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"Figaro" 
V. 23 - 28 






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3ARO SIViOR-jrWHKKE, 

[O \IlO is Programme of thu 

ItiO 1« distributed frx« e?-. 
tf.rou^hoiit the busip ^35 
: 8an I'ranciaco. 
!0 l3 well circul»t»;, evetj 
ilaiiJ. 

.0 is placea ''^ bands of the 
rd by the <)verl&ud Trato 

Ols'^-tribi'.tnd ia Sacra 
•w^At to lliowoek. 
•* a auUed every day to 
f^' Xlttcipal hotels on the Pacific 

r^J" BOGARD US. PaMinher. 




Here, "mere and ETerywberc." 



£stabUslie& 1865 



SAM FitAKCIBCO, W^fiDNESaAT, VL :LY 31, IM76. 



VOL, XTTTtT , 



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ISu<ih Street, brtweca Moutgoiuerr »»«> KejtriiT. 

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S EVENIKO- —- ■■■■■■■■■■ •..^■•■■•MAY^ai 

Programme for this Everting. 

T F1R3T-AN ENTERTAINMENT OK REFINED MINSTRELbY. 

duclorj Overture WOKKLSON'S OK<'IIESTKA 

d-KU8He(i«iMlB7cDarliue R- T. TVKBKLI. 

c aoii£-Pull dowB Tonr Trst BILLY EnERSON 

d-Brine back the Old Folk* ('. S. FREDKRICKS 

;-!«onETtae Dollar Store BEN COTrOftI 

d-.'tl.-utsie, ntien thcSnuKocsdAWB W. n. TILLA 

DESCRIPTIVE UNALE- 

fe on the Mississippi ! 

Me' rH. EnEB.S9>', KEMBLK AND <OMrAX¥. 
PAZt X* SECOND. Grand Etbiopian CarnivaL 

TR ALABAMA HOMES 

!« LUKE SOHOO r«B AFT 

y UEO. H. GOES 

In an Aibnni of llig iRtcsl (ii^otn. 

a<l--"Ph<Bbe Doart-st" . . ..... VV. H. riLLA 

CT10X8.. ...■■.■...■......... OH CHEijTR A 

•liolo to ooQcluJo with an entirely New ^nd Novel Eraolionol, 
jensatlonal. Hysterical, Lachryinacy, Society Draiia eutilled, 

^e Was Led Astray ! 

will be pregentcd wiih new Scenery, by DaytoD, New and Costly 

op«rtiM, by blierman and Assistant. New and MsKnificicnt 

Wjirdrobee, by Mis. Taylor, New i.nd Mechanical tflccta, by 

Andrews and Ass stant. Original Mutk written 

Exoreasly tor this Barlcsque by 

GEO. T. EVANS. 

id Chapdooo LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT 

>h., GEO. H. COES 

de Li-sparre J. R. KEMBLB 

J '*>;"'e BEN COTTON 

'«••■•••• W. H. TILLA 

sa«OiIara K. T. TYRELI, 

.-,;••■ ■a:;.- •- J H. !vn:RpnY 

,s ., uluUigan O'Hara ; JUSTIN ROUIN.SON 

de BILLY EMKRSON 

s»s , T. F. OliERIST 

SM u;ii" "" ^■■■■■..C. « FREDERIUiia 

f Q active preparation, J It. Kl.ilKiJ'; 3 IJeir Burlesque, 

biG Hammam BatliSf 

'DAY. June 5th- Will be presented for the first time ia thiu city at 

re'i New Theatre Bush street, MAT. MORGANS LIVING PICTUHKS 

««t Eastern Sensatiou 

*DAY. Juno Sth-ThoOalifoniia Minstrels will remove from Magnire's 

'heatre to Ma^ulre'e Opera House 

DAY. June «d"BEKEiIT OF H. SCHREINER. 



QEHS 

from 

aU 

the 

Operas 

can 

be 

had 

at 

Sherhan 

Htde's 
Uusio 
Store, 
comer 

of 
Kearny 

and 
Sutter 

Sts 



California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN McOULLOUOH Proprietor akd Manaoeb 

MR. BARTON UIIL Acting AUnaokr 

RoKKRT M. Eberle... Stage Mauatrer I Obas. Sohultz Musical Director 

JouN TOBRBNCK Machinist T. J. French Treasurer 

W. T.^POBTKR^. .^.._. .^..Scgnjc Artist [ Martjn.Toyok Buaino.s.s Manai-ir 

trgagement for PosiVively Of.€ Week Only 

OK TUE DISTINGCISHED ARTIST, Mfi. 



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SI I'i'ORTEU RY 



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He will appear in hij great personation of "Liuis and Fabien Dei Pranchi," 
in the famous drama of THE 

Gorsioan BrotJiBrs 

The Drama will be presented with New Scenery and Illusions, and the 

FOLLOWING STRONG OAST; 
M. LOUIS DEI FRANCHI, ) Corsican ( CHAS. 
M. FABIAN DEI PRANCHI, f Brothers \ FECHTER 

HI. Ctaaceitn Renand Barton IIIII 

n. AlfrMl Slonard NcIhoii l»o«;k«T 

Lc llaron i^toiitsiroii Hcniv t:tlv)Hr<lH 

Le itiiruii <lt»i'<lauo Ulartelll .Iiiliii ^>HH»n 

n . lU-anrJiuni!) n u rr y M uo<l x 

n. FavioUe Frank Kll lay 

Marco (olouna IThe heads of two) Robert Pntenian 

tiaotano Orlando (Corsician families ( W. A. Mcsliivcr 

Aiiluiiiu Salona, Judge of Sullacaro District, Corsica 11. €oa<! 

Gcin'o, a Domestic E. N. Thayer 

Kolssvc. a Woodcutter,., R. nonarnuin 

Tomato, a Guide M, HoInie.H 

Servant J. Connell 

BMILIE DE LESPARE MISS LIZZIE PRICE 



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Koree 

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( Miss Carrie Wyatt 

j Ml«» MasL'ie tJi.iiubcrs 

t. Rli.»<4 l.oniNa Vavasoar 

Mother of Louis and Fabien 

». Mrs. C. K. Saundfrs 

Marie, a Domestic Miss Annie IIIkk.^ 

Ladies, Gentlemen. Maaks, Dominoes, Debardeurs, GroteB(iiioi'. Servants, 
Male and Female Corsican Peasants, ete. 

NEXT MONDAY EYENlNfi .Il',VE 5, I8TG 

By arrangement with MESSES. JARRETT & PALMERif Managers 

of Booth's Theatre, New York, SHAKSPEARl-YS 

Grand Historical Play, 




Fourth and Poeitlvely the Last YJoek. 

OF THE KI.NG I.WOll MAKERS. THE 

Original GEORGIA MINSTRELS 



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Bo"""" triIKOE A MILLS Interlornlor.. « UAH. II nifU 

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Jvhn'a Bone down od the hinatf JIMMl WILLM 

In licr III tie bnl we laid Lrr T. J i4'kit*n 

Give me the i;nu CBAH. * « uiHeK 

Oh! MIhs HuiiIc B1I.L1 >1ll.«OM 

Mother folil me In year arm* li. A. ROM N«li 

Crand P'"ale •■Entire Company 



ox-^ - 

TJb® Kattle of 

Will ho projiic^l -.r4ti fh« fyrig^ir. 

' Proivortics, Etc., anii 



AS KING HENRY 



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V, 



A (icnl'i 
Smoking 
•lackct, 
made of 
the finest 
Velvet 
ci««t 

for 912,;; 

at 

UIVCLE 

H.ARRIS' 

102 

Kearny 

Street^ 

comer of 

Mtrch^nt 



Mr. FREDERIC THOIRNE, Mr. C. B. BISHOP, Mr. FUANK LITTLE, 
M. VICTOR, Mile. LOUISE DOREL and iille. GABRIELLe DU SAULD. 



Part Second-Grand Olio. 

Jake Hniiiilton in .New Biiujo Solos 

SECOND WEF.K of THE 

Orand Quadruple SoLg and Dance 

IIROtr.N and MILLS and kF.IA \N nnd MORION, 
lu I\rw Ornlorlinl • fT^rln I 

RAMILTOIV and WII.HO«. 

Sailed • • • • • _P-^ ' ^^^"^"T^ 

In their Arrobnfir sons'- onil linncr*. 

To conclude with EASTO.S'S l,-.'i . ■' ;• .--ks;. h. 

m^B iat Croosc 

MR GRAEALL I 

HANNAH ORARALL...*. 

PKTK PERSIMMON ' 

F:R\.sTU8 RDPLTTNS 

JIM JUMPER < 

Hucksters. Peddlsrt. Ashmeii. etc. by tbe Em 

MONIvAV Iiinn Sih. v. 11 l"-. ;>re«onte<l Kir In* fin* tin.' n thi. .If, •! 
VAGViaE';i NCWt^'U^-AI'l^E, Btul. tl.ret, 

Man Morgan's Living Pictures 

The Latrst Eastern Sensation. 

MONDAY, June .1, l^H. the CAMFOItMA MI>>TRKl,H mil riire 
from Majuire's New Tbcatro to Maguire's Op*r» Hwuso 



COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is T<^o^%7%j- €>x>gj:l for SxiT^sorii^tioiaL to Stools., 

r THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Incorporated TJE<ier the 3L.a-vvs ol the fetate of Cnlitornla. 

Q0,000 JSl3.^iro@, I=»a,r ^V^lixe j^SO E3£tola.--S1.0 r»er Sla.a<r© F^£XXCL In.- 

[RKCTOKS -ROBERT aTEVE>N.SON, of Storenson's Block, Ban Francisco; FREDERICK TUERILL, Capitalist; J. 8 SPEAR, JH„ of Ed. 8. .Spsar &, Co,, Auctioneers; ELMER TKRRJ, "' f- T'-rry * Co, .h»t rm.rJwo . HOI.OTI PATT«K. 
ranolsco; LKANDRR SAWYER, 8an Mateo. Capitalist; WALTER G. HOLMES, Attorney at Law. Fre.Hldent,lSOLON PATTEE. Secretary. F. ». « AUTLK. 

IE OBJKOT OF TIIIS nA.>L 

t, 4 per oeat. amon^b. Also to roccii ,. , ^ .„ „. „ _. 

lis. I 1-4 per cent, per month. No Interest allowtd on'i5aily Deposits subject to call or check. 

e Direoters of this Bank arc all well known bb«iues8 men of this city, and aa such give to all custonicra or depositors a guarantee of fair and liberal dealing. 

bscriptioB Books for a Umltcd number of shares it 810 per share, are now open at the COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINOS BANK, Northeast Corner Post and Kearny streeU. 

iLL OR SEND FOR CIRCULARS. my24-lm 



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ML IS TO LOAN HONEY ON COLLATERAL SECURITIES, SUCH AS DIAMONDS, WAT€HEf», FURNITURE, WABEHOK.'.E UFCEirTj*. "♦;••,,•" J"','J\^J,"™,' IJ'-lih? tVI / 

rocciro Term Deposits and Deposits subject to Call or Check. This Bank will for tbe present allow the foUowhig Rates of Interest : -Term DepoalU ofMx Woum.. 1 nr r rem. jM-r rapaiai « w. 



S CARTER. Vor»t»»y 



Choice, Well-Pumlshed 

[itside Hooms 

...TO LET. AT.... 
r CTS.to ONE DOLLAR PEKNICHT, 

....AT THE.... 

>SO HOUSE, 

IDUCED RATES BY THE WEEK. 

L Sa.zi.soxxi.e Street 
L. J. EYTELL, Proprietor. hJS 



/£ YOUR PICTURES! 

OF ANT KIND, TAKEN AT TH 



:W YORK 



Ballery^ 




kblnet Pictures, 94 per dozen. 

J. H. PISTKBB, Proprietor 

inanza House 

887 AX3 d. 889 

:e4 Street, between Fourth A Fifth. 

NOLK PVKnisHKD BOOMS ! 

I^ijlff*!.. Month. Twenty-a™ and fifty 
«*Hgbt; 13 to $13 per month. myl3-lm 



CANDIES. 

i£i°^ •' ttie Ftne«t Candy Made 
9ijM Oandy Factory daily. AU orden, ee- 
T turn the oonnlry, are aoUoHed and will b 
uy attended to. 

'AMTT, facmerly Cantr A WacB«r 
ItT Hootiooier* Mrwt. 




THE LARGEST ABBOBTMBKT IN THE CITY ! Nothln« Ever Seen Equal to !t I 
BABCAINS at 700 to 710 Ke4irny Street, (oppo«.lte the Fiazal, next to City nail 




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The Best Stea m Coa l iii the World. 

Cited Exelii«iTCly by the Briliith Navy on thU Coaxt, and by the Principal Local 
Hteamahlp Companies. 

FOR pOMBeTIO USE IT 18 SUPERIOR TO THE BEST QtrAlITY OF WE«T HARTLEY 
and Scotch Splint Coals. 
Beiureyouget tbe GENUINE WELLINGTON. Once uwd it cannot bo mistaken. Tho Coal la 
h»r(^ apUntery, dull In luster, and does not noil the finger, 
For sale wholesale and retail by the Agents. 



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Buikh 



Pacific and Jackson-St. Wharves. 




A.L.IU LADIES UHE IX 

For Sale by all Dronlata. mt«-lBi 



Boca Beer 1 Boca Beer ! 
ARIONHALL. 

The Celebrated Beer Now on Dratuckt 

from tho only Lager Beer Brewery on ths Gout 

Now on sale at 

HENRY GRIMM'S, 

ARION HALL, 

N. B. Cemer •! antler and Iteaniy Mk 

mall 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARIRG CCEIBI "^SG'" B"""!" 
FOIMIIIG SURF. ■OR^TER SEI LlOIS- 

Appetizing BreakfaBta, Lawket. 
Dinners and Snppen. 

BRIN« lOFR Wl»^„..., 

BRINC VOIR FAMII.Tt „.____ 
BKI.NG worn LAUt FRIRMWI 

And enjoy a »lcw ol thi fln".t 0<:KA.N PAJIO 

RAMA IN THE WoRI.Ii. all ia *mM « 

the world-ron'rwued 

Oolden Oate. 

with a fleet d whlte-wtoged Hiiaiiiiviartatnt 
from eferr P"* of Ibe mmmmcial waM. 

Nrw Llo., TM'H-ii. t«nn.«^ln«t»«lli 8»»«.tOii«»l 
M, l» JUT. I'M. Iiri— flw ferdi* 



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PrRiriEJt TMK Bt OOD -f •" "•■••• 

ooriipt «!..; irrl f. rT>»IUT <"nt" P.fc.»»««i^ 
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PORTABLE 

Extinguishers ! 

firs: tnoines 



H"<)K A 

ciir.Mi 



Better than Insurance. 
PABKK k I.A( V. AKfnt», 

417 Market Street* 



HA?t rKATtnitrt 



Paat* (Iraaril. 75 »*■!•. T"!*. »• ' 

MIoTi.. Ifi oraiSL at 

Shawla, BiMkeU and all Mtl*» aLr** '»J 
dyed or ateMHid at f m y m M t r 



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u<i , 1 aa ' .T.rr. Mukei, 
H. riry. rmrr. 

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Pabllibed Erery D»» In the TeM, by 
J-. f>. Z30<3»-.A.XlX>XTfir. 

ST3 )IEBCUAKT 8TUCET. 

Beln Mofjt. om*j:. 8»n Francis™ 



UOLEl.M. 



WEDNESDAY MAY 31 



C»C>CtX7. 



vilCITic Diviaio* 

ACiriC TELLUKArn 



or IBB ATLANTIC A.VD 
CO., 907 CALIFORNIA &T. 



New Yoke. BIv 31. 1876. 

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THE TB\«9<CO.\Tl\KVrAI. TBIP. 



Mr. Henry C. Jairett, of tha theatri- 
cal 6rm of Jarrett & raluier, Managers of 

Booth'8 Theatre, is now busily engaged in 
perfecting a railroad project, the con«um- 
mation of which will identify the 6rm 
nam* with one of the most memorable en- 
terprises of the Centennial year. The lirst 
intimation of the achenic was incredulous- 
ly leceived, but now it iH apparent to the 
most skeptical that the idea of reaching 
San Francisco, 3,,'U7 miles away, in time 
to dine on Sunday the train having laft 
Kaw York on TUuraday— is soon to be a 
fact accomplished. 

The time usually occupied by the gigau 
tic trip is seven days, but im order to re- 
duce this to the proposed one-half the 
Jarrett k Palmer train is bound to keep 
up a maximum rate of speed night and 
day contiuuously, and with no stoppages, 
until the Pacific coast is reached. Relays 
of engines muat be in waiting at frequent 
stations, and the entire signal force of each 
road ever which the train is to run, ag- 
gregating over C.OOO men, will be required 
for serTice, by day with flags, and by night 
with lanterns. Every other train must 
give this special fast train the right of 
way. 

That no accident may be possible Mr. 
Jarrett has given consideration to every 
suggestion leading to the safety of the 
passsngers, and to this end all the tele- 
graphic stations will be kept open, and 
pilot-engines sent in advance of the ap- 
proaching special locomotive. 

The train will consi.'tt of one combina- 
tion baggage and mail car, one superb day 
coach, now being built by the Pennsylva- 
nia Railroad Company expressly for the 
trip, and one maguificeut Pullman Palace 
Hotel Car, the mate of which is now on 
exhibition at the Centennial Fair. But 
twenty passengers will be carried, aud of 
these four are invited giiest8,including Mr. 
Lawrence Barrett, the tragedian, who is 
under engageraent to Messrs. Jarrett & 
Palmer to appear as the principal in Shak- 
spaare's spectacular tragedy of " Henry 
V." the night after his arrival in San 
Francisco; special correspondents of the 
Paris CanttitiUionHfl : Bull Run RuBsell, 
of the London Timet ; and correspondents 
of the New York Herald, Tribune, Times, 
Frank Letlie't Ilhutrated aad Harper's 
Weekly. 

It is believed that the party will reach 
Pittsburg in about 10 hours, Chicago in 
20 hours— where New York papers of the 
same day's issue will ba delivered to agents 
of the American News Company for dis- 
tribution—and cross the Mississippi om the 
evening of the same day they started from 
New York. 

The tickets gotten up by Mr. Jarrret are 
very unique, the coupons being elegantly 
engraved leaves of a sterling silver book, 
the title page contains the inscription: 
"Jarret * Palmer's Special Fast Train 
Continental Train, Ne-v York to San Fran- 
cisco, leaving New York Thursday June 1. 
1876." It is illuminated by a pictute rep- 
resenting the train turning the HorseShoe 
■on the summit of the Alleghanies, near 
Altoona. 

The route adopted is over the Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad from Jersey City to Pitts- 
burg; from Pittsburg to Chicago, over the 
railway uf the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and 
Chicago Company ; from Chicago to 
Omaha by the Ohicago aud Northwestern 
Railway; from Omaha to Ogden, over the 
Union Pacific Railroa<l; and from Ogden 
to San Francisco by the Central Pacific 
Railroad. 

The day selected for the start is Thurs- 
day, June 1, and early enough in the morn- 
ing to give the passengers a view of the 
glorious scenbry between New York and 
Chicago. The majestic scenery of the 
Rocky Kountains will also be viewed by 
daylight, and the whole trip, it seems, has 
baem organized with the view of making it 
delightfully exciting. --.Vew York Lkiily 
Graphic, Satunliy, Ma'j 13, 7*76. 



TsslelcM HrdlrJnes. 

^ '.or Oil and many otht-r nauseous medicincu. 
ci e tKkcn easi'y «nd safcl.v iu Dundat Dick & 
Co. '8 Soft Capsules. No lastc; no smell. Sold 
by your druggist. Ask him tor our little book. 

Free Exblbltlon. 

Mii'inee every Saturday at Townsend's Candy 
Fa( . , No. 627 Market street, where you can 
earu now candies are made. q 



All of the dresses Miss Dickinson wears 
as Anne Boleyn were devised by herself, 
and they are spoken of as queenly in rich- 
ness aud elaborate in detail, as well as 
historically correct They are four in num - 
ber- -one for each act-and were not made 
in Paris, as has been reported, but by her 
own dressmaker in N. Y. , and under her di- 
rection. The cost of the outfit was ?0,000, 
axdusive of diamonds and ornaments. 
As Anne Boleyn is sui)poaed just to have 
returned from France, some license is al- 
lowed for French taste. ^liss Dickinson 
wears a gold blondo wig and displays her 
cobtumcs with exquisite taste. There is a 
marvel of feminine .irt iu her exhibition of 
her queenly robes, as act after act brings 
them before the public eye. The first is 
the court dress Anne Boleyn may be said to 
have worn wi:en the admiring eyes of King 
Henry were attracted by her girlish beauty 
It is a creaiiiy brocade, with ruby velvet 
trimmings ami gold embroidery. This 
robe is bewildeiing in its blended beauty, 
and it is as exquii^ite for harmony as for 
elaborateness. The second is a dress sup- 
posed to be worn at the home of her father 
Sir Thomas Boloyn. 

It is a Metternich green satin, with a 
crimson and cloth of gold overdress of the 
Venetian style, and it may be described 
as unique and piquant, with a subtle sug 
gostiou of the ante-renaissaace period. 
The third dress is a marvel of brocaded 
beauty as is fitting for the royal robes of an 
Knglish queen. It is of the azure of an un- 
clouded sky, and it is made more queenly 
by a train of blue velvet and ermine and a 
girdle of diamonds and pearls, with a dia- 
mond crown and necklace. Tbestomacbsr 
is of woven pearls and old lace. The last 
dress is not traditional black velvet in 
which queens are supposed to be led to the 
block. It is sombre, but full of a passion- 
ate suggestion of intoBse and smothered 
fire, typified by a blendinf, of black and 
crimson satin nnder rich bl..ck lace, ll is 
such a dress that a queen might almost 
wish to die in at the hand^ of the exeau- 
tioner. 

STBAV HIT*; AXn STOLEN BITfi. 

"Is it becoming to me?' asked "h», >ii 
she paraded in the costume ef one hui.\ 
dred years ago, before the man who is no 4 
her lord and master, but i-i her husband. 
"Yes, my dear," said he, meekly. "Don't 
you wish I could dre<s this way all th.' 
time?" she asked. "Nj, my dear," he an 
swered, "but I wish }i~,u had lived whei: 
that was the sty's." 

The lettsr "O" is ca' ' i! tn» raosl 
able of all the alphab : uruuieit < 
oft<>ner than any other , i "doing goo :. 

"Cemetery" is the r »ni?pf anew station 
on the Stony Creek Railroad. All "l.'oad- 
I leads'' are expectad to get ufi at this sta- 
tion. 

A correspondent en t- •"red an office wtii 
accused the compositor of nut having pun-)- 
tutited his communication, wheii the typo 
earnestly replied : '.' I'm not a poioter; 
I'm a setter." 

A Detroit florist ii getting up "a lan- 
guage of vegetalleK." If you hit a man 
with a turnip that means: "I dont think 
much of your relatives way b^ck for savea 
generations." 

A yonsg lady in a class stadying phy 
siology, made answer to a question put, 
that in seven years a human body bscama 
entirely changed, so that not a particle 
which wai in it at the commencement of 
the period would remain at the close of it. 
Then Miss L— ," said the young tutor, "in 
seven years you will cease to be Miss L— ," 
"Why; yes, sir, I suppose so, said she, very 
modestly, looking at the floor. 



tollr tlbbcr'k liral Fine. 

Cibber, when ha took to the stage, was 
known only, for some years, as "Master 
Colley." At length, by soma good fortune, 
ho obtained from the prompter the honor 
of carrying a message on the stage, iu 
seme play, to Betterton. Whatever was 
the cause, Colley was so terrified that the 
great actor was disconcerted by him, and 
aiked angrily who the young fellow was 
that committed the blunder. Downes, the 
prompter, replied, "Matter Colley." "Mas- 
ter Colley I then forfeit him." "Why, 
sir," said the prompter, "he has no salary.' 
"No !" said Betterton; "why, then, put 
him down for 10 shillings a week, and forfeit 
him five.'' 

Palmer's have received a new supply of adies 
and children's underwcai— very cheap— 726 to 734 
Uarket street. 



Orders como in from all quarters for the Stan- 
dard Shirts. The public appriciaic Iheni. i 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 



At a IHecting of the Board of IlealtU, 

held on the 26th of May. A. D. 1876. it was ordered 
that the lolluwiDg sections of cbaiiter 11 of the 
GeQcr.il Orders of the Board of .Supcrrisors be pub- 
Ushed iu the daily iie» spaperj : 

[KfiiitrlH of Ph.TKlclans.) 
Sec. 5. It shall he the duty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Health 
Olhccr in writing, every patient he shall have labor- 
ing under Asiatic cho'era or smallpox immediately 
after he 8h.iil be satisfied of the nature of *he dis- 
ea.se immedfately after if. shall have occiirre<3. 
[Keporls of EIonKCtaoIderM] 
Sec 6. It shall be the duty of every house- 
holder in this city and county to repoit. in writing. 
to the Health Officer, immediately, tiie uame of 
every per.son boarding at his af her house, whom he 
or s^e shall have reason to bvlicre to be sick of 
choler.ll ->r smallpox, and any deaths occurring at 
lie or her house from such disease. 

IPersons >nr<:cl«d fvilh Snialljiox.] , 
Se<'. 9. Xo person atteudiug upon or otharwis 
coming in contact with any person affected with 
smallpox in such a manner or to such an extent as 
to render hiia liable to commnriicate the disease, 
shall go upon any public street or iu any way mingle 
with people not affected with the disease. 
fProhiblling the Kemovnl of Quaran- 
tine Flags.'! 
Sec, 23. No person shall remove a yellow or 
quarantine flag or placard from any building where 
the said tla^ or placard shall have been placed by 
the Health Officer ur his deputies, without the per- 
u-issioQ of said Health Olhcr or his deputies, 
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Wade's Opera House. 

IN l'KEI'A^BATIO.>, 

Fates i£ Furies. 



UBEAT 

'■IPRIOO'S 



r.4B!«l.iN SF..\SATIOX: 

PAEKNMiLL ENGAGEMENT. 

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I »K^i. 13 4.THI1NG. 

I Long Bridge -.wimuilng Baths 

ii)£ exposed to chiUmg wiud 4 
_,., .; .i IRUWORTHV. ManagprS 



-A-TXTLOrS 



mylt-lw 



I' iinderslcnrd, 60 SiilLv 

'Ulniets, Kreistplatop, Lam- 
irmleU. Titjhts. Sandals, Tu- 
I, r,mbat Swords, Spear Head?. 
JOHN H. McCABE, 
? t5 Kearny Street, Room 13. 



Palmer Bros. 

H?.>-e the bosr 



r.riT'-Tt of lircn StJts 



Criterion Ojsl^r l^aloon, :!I0 Kearny St. 

Tho handsomest Oyster Palace, — 

Hoam all Fri-co where you will. 
Is the re«own*d CRnERlO.s',' 

Kept by EuEKBO!< Corvillb ! 
H j*s the Oyster King of Frisoo, 

Bivaice'Ci/iviui from the East, 
210 on Ke.irny Street, 

Where all can obtain a feast 
Of dirli'a*c Eastern Oysters, 

Or of California's best, 
Drtss'd in any and cv'ry sty'e. 

That's in vo^Tie from East to West, 
All the Oyster-eating public 

Protest, without a ,quarrcl. 
That for Freshi st. Choicest Oysters, 

Corville can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, for Privacy and Comfort 

All his LjLin' Patrons tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as web ! 
So coey, cheerful, ele(;ant! 

You're enchanted at a ylmice 
With Convii.LE's orbat Critkrion 

It is ihr House Par E-XCKLLENcb ! ! ! 
Gams, Lobsters and Crabs the tresfaest 

In the City jou ^fct there ; 
With Guinness' Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "Bass's Bitter Beer f" 
Sparkiinx Champagne and finest Wines, 

Imported by him express. 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoiseurs all C"iifee8 ! 
If. KeaUer, you like swett Oysters,— 

Your pleasure to make complete, 
Goto 
EMERSON CORVILuE'S CRITEailON, 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 

Every first class dealer leeps the "Standard' 
Shirts. I 

Cloaks, Sacques, Lace Caps and Bonnets, etc., 
just received at Palmer's, 726 to 7H4 Market St. 

Courage ! Don't despair when the doctor sa\ s 
your lanes are diseased. The worst ciscs given 
up as hojieU SB have bten cured by Hale's Honey 
of Horch' ur.d and Tar. Pike'« Toothache 'Drops 
cure in one minute. 



MASONIC TEMPLE BATHS, 

NO. I* POST ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Vapor, Uol Air. .Steam, Elrrtrlcal. 

Chemical, yalphu.-, Mercurial, Acid. Artificial Sea 
aad other Bathr. for the preservation of Health 
audC'uruif luT°.I:d3. 

OXYGEN 1 ^HALATIONS. - For Catarrh. 
Throat, Lung. Nervo' s and Mental Diseaeesj 

"SOLAR RAY SURGERY. ■-Removes Birth 
Marks, India Ink. Moles, Abnormal Growths and 
discoluratiuns 

Dk. liT'OWH'S REMEDY FOB CANCER. - 
Pron','", cil;,"':' it, and almost painless. The most 
'iijftp-rate cases are invited. No Pay required until 
a cure is effected. 

DB. D. C. and MRS. MOORE, 

mj2.5-3m 10 Post Sueet. 



AKNUAL PICNIC 

or 

Amalgamated iiocirt; of Engineers, »a- 
ohiniKts nillwrlKht.s, BiacbHmltlis 
and Puttcm-.VaJiers, Is. F. BrancU, 

So. 380. 

WJLL bE HELD AT 

MELMOJNT PAR-It, 

en SnndaT, .Inne 4, iH}6. 
Train leaves depot, corner of Fourth and Town- 
send streets, at 9 o'clock, sharp, aud will stop at 
Twenty-si tb street. A number of prizes will be 
contested for. Music by Alp ir's B.iud Tickets, $1 
each. Children under 13, 50 cents. Tickets to be 
had at 140 First street and '207 Second street, or at 
the cars. Dancing to commence at 11 A. M. my24 



READY INJ^E WEEK. 

Bishop's GirBciory 

For 1876 

will be ready for delivery in O.N'K 

WEEK, cntaijiing 1.600 pases and over 100,000 
Names. PRICE oVlY THREE DOLLARS. A 
thorough and speedy canvass- fresh from tlte tieUl 
— not seven months olif as usual with Directories 
heretofore published in San Francisco— but issued 
in a few days from the tinai eompletion of the can- 
vass—containing all new arrivals, changes etc up 
to dat= -making it truly A DIKECTORY FOR 
1876! 

BE.IIEnBEit 'THE PBICE IS 

ONLY THREE DOLLARS. 



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B. C. VANDALL. Pnblisber. 



Smoke Cigars Made 
White Men Only. 



by 



To b« had In all stores and Saloons. 

Manufactured by DENICKE BK .THERS at the 
WHITE MAN'aCIGAB FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23-tf 

Prepare, for your Centennial trip by laying in 
• ■>uly of "Standard" Shirts. I 



Db. Caas. C. CDosssli, (late D. S. A.), office 
and residence 82S Kearny street The treatment 
of women and children a specialtv i 



Fresh and Sweet. 

For the beet confectionery, eo to Canty *e, foi 
ttomerv St, 



OPERA HOUSE. 

or Week, or will make 

ements with Theatrical Compa- 
ms. For particulars, addreee 
J, McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE. W. T 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suffering from tho effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to aratl them- 
selves of this, the greate>st boon ever laid at tbo 
altar of suffering bumauity. 

Dr. Spinney will Gnarantee to 
/orfeit $500 

For every case of seminal weakness, or private dls- 
cmL of IJy kind or character, which he underta|:es 
and fails U> cure. Uo woiUd. therefc-e. say to the 
unfortunate sufferer who may read tuis notice, that 
vou are treading upon dangerous ground when you 
lon"er delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
conTplaint. You may be In the first stage, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If v ou are bor- 
derin.- upon the last, and arc sufferi) z some or all 
of its IU efft^cts. remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must como when 
the «no3t sKillful physician can render you no a«- 
pihtauce; when the door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy car. bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself npon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
suka of his treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to siTty who 
are troubled with two freiment evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation aud weakening tho system in a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
cause, which is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a healthy restoration of the gonito- 
tirinary organs. 

. AU I/etter« and Commnnicatlons Strict- 
ly Confidential. 

Consaltatlons Frec-CliarEes Moderate. 
Office Hoars frt < 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRESS, 

D.«?. A. B. SPiNMEY, 

No. II Kearny Street, San Francisco. 



FREE AND EA8Y. 



To F*&,Txi.±: 




TmEW^RE AND ALL 

Prom which the Silver is worn, rei 
most durable manner, at the «ak 
Gold axd Silvek j-latino Work 

Nos. 653 aud 655 Missioi 

Between New Montgomery and T 

A Fine ^tock of Tabl 

For Sale at the Lowest R» 
E. t. DEKMSTON ] 

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O O 2*3^, 



•OS MIffSIOBI CTBEfT, 

Near Saoocd, 

THOS. -WlI^U, f}halrmsa, 

Dntll Fartbar Hotiot. 
A the test Songs next Sataiday Night. 
EAtiLEii A WILD. 



YOUE SPIB 

Friends Can be Seen by Atte 

Seances of tho GREATFST MATEI 
MEDIU.M in the world, 

MRS. C. M. SAV 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE, SHOW J 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO ] 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS Gr« 



Honest investigators call and see fox 
every evening except Monday and Tba 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYE: 
street near Market. Seances begin at 

FOR A GOOD 5 CB.VT GI 

BEER, ALE OR PORTER 




SW COR 
MARKET fitS 

Wines, I/iquors and Cigars «l 
Qnaltty, 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

WIU Open Xovember 1st. Variety Tal. 

ent going East or West, wishing engagements, wil 
find it to their advantage to address, stating term ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
oc25 t CHEYENNE. W 



IThe Manly Art 

or 

Private Lessons Given in Boxing ! 



PROF. TOM McALPtNE, 

Ex-Chanmion ot the ,HiddIe>>Teiiitat«. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
rooms or residences, if desirable. apl8-tf 

Cards. Cards. Cards. 

50 of ihv \eatest V4SITI.\<; CARDS yon 

ever saw. with your name beautifully priutod on them 
sent by return mail upon receipt of 40 cts and ac 
stamp (or its equivalaut in postage stamps.) l,a- 
Ul«'« and <;<-nt.«t now is your time. Samples of 
our ;$0 styles of printing and a list of our JO kinds 
of cards, 100 styles in all combined. Agents price 
list, etc., sent with each new lot, no two alike and 
tlie late.st style. Address all orders to DeFOB- 
KEST i GASKILL, 82S Broadway, Oakland. mT27 



,^. :B XT ^L TLm 1E3 XI., 

DUrtifil^T ASiD CHEMIST. 

SOLE AGENT OF 

Ricord's Specific & Velpeau's 

3VE Hi 3=> X ox I>JE1 e . 

1330 



Dnuont Street, between 
and «rcen. 



Vallcjo 

apl4-lm 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs less than half as 
much as ordinary Soap. 

For Sale by all DrnBBi»«s and Groeers. 

VENTURA BOCE SOAP CO.MPANY, 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent, 



rOLiSOM-STREET 

Riding Academy, 

ASD.... 

LIVERT STABLE. 

A splendid stock of Horses. 
Phaitons, Saddle Horses, to let 

at all hours, at moderate rates. 

737 and 739 Foleoin street between Thiru aud Fourth. 
my2-J-tf WILLIAM LEVI, Proprietor 



ITALIAN il^USICAL INSl 

....DERECTED BY.... 

Prof. D.Jpera 

Lessons on the Piano and in 
1800 STOCKTO!!! STKEET. 

'^^ OYSTER HOUSE 

nARKBT STREET AUOVE 

The best Oysters, Chops, Roasts at 
the market. Private appartments for F 
Ladies. Family orders delivereil to ves 
of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. 3. SMITH. P 



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GLAY-STRFET 

RiD»G ACADE-W, 

8S8 Clay Street, eor. 
Stockton. 



This is the most elegant 
aud commodious Riding 
Academy in tlie city ; open 
day and evening. Particu- 
lar attention paid to teachiiig beginners 

se24 A MARSHALL, 




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SILVER & FABE? 

Designers and Engravers o 

532 Clay St., (Sterctfs Priutin 

BUILDINGS, LETTEimEADS. MO: 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, 

Plain, or in a Variety of 

fell-lm 




First'ClaK§ T»EBJTISTKV for 1 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at c 
kefc and Stockton than an first-class 
in town, Teeth extracted without pai 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
fe8-3m COCHRANE t RK 



ONE MILLld 
Trad© X>c»i: 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOO 

716, 728, J30 and 733 
IVrAx-b.et Sti 



Advetisers. Take P 

u' iV"?, «J'»«rlbntlnK Cards. 

Handbills, etc , on the route between l. 
rainento— both by the Vallejo and Kto 
including all way towns, and am pre] 
tribute all kinds of Advertising mat 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms mo 
dress JAME.S HAURAHAN, Ameri< 
Hotel. Sansome street. N. B —I can 
niission to the proprietors of the A 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fr 
manner in which 1 do their work. 




Wood's Opera H 

LOS AXG EI.es , CAIj 

J. B. RYAN k CO 

COL J. H. WOOD !.!B,isii 

This Xew Thcalrc ■win „ 

about May 15th, as a first-class Var 
Seating capacity, 700; stage, 36x40 fee 
stage of any theatre In the city, with 
galleries Wanted, at all limes, first 
People, also an A No. 1 Stage Mana 
the year round. Addrees COL. J. 
Business Manager Wood's Op«r» Ho\ 
p. s.— Woald like to bear from al 
pecjr. 



RBA SANTA 

rR9CHE3 

ingtben the Voic e and 
Believe Cough. 

SKAllUY, DRUGGIST. 

i9 Market St. 

siteBildwia'sThaatra; also, 
•ner t'oUoiu anil Fifth Ste. 




'Here. Tbere and Everywbere.'' 



EstabUahed 1865 



SAN rRAHOISOO, IVEODNIXSDAY, MAY 31, IOT6. 



VOL. XXIU. 



A 
T 



M 



... KOR A.... 

STYLISU HAT 

Got up of the Bcr\ MaUrlkL 
Call at 

M Tklrd Ml 



A-DE'SOPEHAHOUSE 

Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 



ICK W. BERT.. 

Uartlctt.. 



..LSSSBR AKD MANAORR 

..Stage Mana^rer 

^matPsT 



EVENING 

OF THE YOUNG ENGLISH TRAGEDIAN, 



<i 



tontli 



IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSON.\TION OF 



|$WftT 



THES 



m 



rrls. 



Or, The Battle of Agincourt. 

Orit'i""' Splenior, with a powerful cast of forty fpeiking chara:- 
I, F.ve Hunlrod Auxiliaries, a Chime of Church Bel 8, Grand 
Operatic Clionis, New Scenery, Correct Costumes, Warlike 
Implements, Or ginal Musi: and Superb TableiHv. 

HKNRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

ir a.< Chorns M»8S Annie Fliniin 

ir^ilostor . . I brothers to the Jirv Fr.-v*er 

>i ncdfurd I King I .Mr. Osborne 

r Kxeier liucleUnbc King J. II. Vinson 

r York Cousin to ttae KlBK Mr. Herbert 

Siilisbur.T ^.''JSfP.'*^ 

»e>tmur«'land ■•.;*- I!"¥** 

Wiu-wich ^.Mr. Morley 

shop or C'antei bnrr Mr- Meartows 

ot My Mr. .Seyton 

.mas Gray I "" ^'"^ I Mr. Dal ton 

,ma. I.r..l«ban. I Offices in King ; ; ; ; ; "'^ JVlf Vr«" 

I Henrys Army | I. .M. W»,d 

_ li. Douglas 

First appearance in America, engaged expressly for thi? pnrt.) 

I i 11. B. liOniidalg 

Soldiers in King Henry's Army I Chas. Howe 

DM... I I Jas. J. Bartlett 

(Played by him 76 nights at Booth's Theatre, New York.) 

j KorBcerly Serrants to Falstafl, I Wm. Srallcn 

Ipta I Now Soldiers In King I Wm. Siinms 

I Henry's Army. I John Jacli 

(As played by him at Booth's Theatre. N. Y.) 

..Servant (o tbe above Mlmt Gertie Granville 

Id -Mr. Mcrton 

Hadnr, from C'ha.s. VI Mr. .Seurg 

« Vi king of France t'ba>i. Alien 

...the Itiinpltin G. J. ISurklcjr 

if Ruruiiiiiiy Mr. Kai nor 

it Orleans W. W. Shaw 

»f Boor b'la Mr. Rail CHton 

rli rolUlcr Hans. A. Maynai'd 

notable ot France H. H. Krown 

'','^.'' I French Lords I "mV ^M.'illV.'i-^ 

>re I I Mr. Mowbray 

lor of llarflear Mr. Palmer 

iOT a French Herald Cha« Edmouds 

thiiM of Bourgcs Mr. Bertram 

«« liatlierlnc......... .Miss Mary Vounti 

ilulcKly (PlNlvl'K wife) a llnntnn . 

Mr». Cbas. Kdmondn 

...Queen or France Mna. Norton Bush 

..a lady attendant ni>on the Prineogs Katherine 

Ml»<i Thame 

.dd Ecclesiastic Di^Tiitaries, Knights, Nobles, Pages, Ladies of the 
id other attendants. Soldiers, Citizens. Chlldreii,etc., by 40O auxiliaries, 
gnificently caparisoned Horses. 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FIRST RIGNOLD MATINEE. 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell. 

TIIOS. MAGUIRE PRorRiirrOR 

AL^JATMAN^^..^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

Positively the I«ast VKTeek 

OF THE rA.\10US 



lUlSIiMISf i I 

PROF. LING LOOK, KELLER, 

CUNARD AMD YAiilADEVA. 

Pronounced by the Press and Public, the 

Wonders of the 19tli Century! 

THIS irirENnJG^ 31 

1— Now and Marvelous Experiments by 

dnring which he will produce his Great London Sensation— 

THE FLYIMC CftCE. 

2— The Mysterious and rnexplalnable 

Ica Fete de Las Kspadas^ 

Introducing the inimitable and Only 

_^_I_iJ^^LS_JE-i O OJS.. 

3-MESSKS. 

In then 

Spiritual^Dis 

4— The Masterpiece of all lllii 

LA CENa. 

As performed over .'J.OOO tim 
HeadM ol 



I-iiiag; 



NOTE- Between Parts Two and Tf 

mediately rise again, and the audience 

Between Parts Three and Four ther 

Seats can be secured Six Days in A 

FRIDAY, June 2— BENEFIT of 1 . ; 
will be presented. 

SATURDAY, June 3— FAREWEl J '. 

SUNDAY, June 4— BENEFIT of ''iiJ 
in th-8 city. 



Strakosch Gram 

Belocca, Tom K 

Under the Direction of 



^ances. 

aNAL, 

' re all Ihe i'rowne«l 

will only fail, for to im- 
keep theli seats. 
miaaioD of Ten KL'nut^s 

•OK— when a Gala Bill 

08itivel7. 
"l and last appearance 



Company 

■iapietria; 

4K0SCH, 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Stroct, between Stockton and PowcU 

U!!:^^^'"^-: ■: i-K..;M»x.a 

Tlic Xfanu|;i,mcnl ha« th« honor to announce an eii(afftmonl »llh Ih* 
nnowntd Imprecnriu, 

IVI^URIGi: STRAKOSGH 

or THE. 

S T n. -A. 15. S CJ H 

OPERA GOUFANY 

For the Ajipcanuicc ol tli* CcUbraUd Priiaa Dcnaa, 

Mile. Anne de Belocca 



The Famoui Tenor, 



The Inimitable Baiiton*, 

Signor TAGLIAPIHTRA 

Under the ptrMofl diwclion et 

MAURIGX: STRAKOSGH 

In a Series ol 

Grand Operatic Concerts 

POSITIVELY 

LHr.ited to Six in Number! 



lOMlIENCINO ON 



fednesdaj, Jnnc 7) 

Due Notice will be tivcn ol the S«l» of btate, Scale •( Crircii, «t» 



.ace Opera Hou^. 



«s New Montgomery and Mission Bts. 



WILL OPEN ON 



turday Evening, 



•TlXXl© 3€^. 



18KELL Proprietor 

{ TVEBS BuHlncRg and Stacc Managet 




'M^ Oljrmpic Variety 



^'JlS:S3 ia».'X'3Fl.I3. 



f>n> 



Patented Aug. IG, 1870 



Grand Eeopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard & Jones 



RFORMERS! 



WILL APPEAR ! 



HAVE REOPENED THEIR 



Magniflcet Shoe Parlor ! 



WITH THB FINEST STOCK OP 



BOOTS AND SHOES 



Sole Agents for the LILY YOUNG, PRATT & 
BRACKET'd Colobrated 



ors. Comer Ttiird and Mission Streets. 

J I- ; ■ ■ rON Proprietor 

.Tf>' . ■'■.-* Stage Manager 

'- B.,,,, 11 .•■••I Mi'.i.uaj uirecTot 

RANDOLPH DixOM, . . , , ,, ,., ,.Scenlc Artist 

InJheJFujTTi^^ 

THIS EVENING MAY 31 

Curtain Rises at i, o'clock 15 minutis. 

In which the Olympic Stage will t>c SEATED TO ITS 

UTMOST CAPACITY. 

Crand M'alk-Aronnd by all the llanrrrs In Tonn. 

Overture ttrrbrsl ra 

*'lo(j Johnny <:ook 

,M lag L1I»IA LIYI^f;!<TWiy..........^^.^^ 

Joli Ti Ti y TTxLOirs, 

« vertn re OrrhrsI ra 

I'onilc .Song Fannr >Vrb«lrr 

The TiTiro Gomiques. 



In Loral Hone.x of Che l»ar. 
Highland Jlingj^.^;;^^;^;;;^;^^;^;_^j_^^^_^;_;^^;^J^ 

The Only FirNl-l lain Diitrli 4 ouirtllan In 
Han FraurUfo. 

HouE FannT Websler 

.lOM.N.W ItlLLON tS »r»!<T*LTIK* 

Comic !*OnE»^;^;_;;_^;,;_;^;.;_^._^^y_;_,__,__J;ljiPB»_i''," 

The Champion Bone •'la*^£_o£jf.ke_World. 

TIIUKK MINUTKH INTKUMIHSION 

OVER THE HI Hi to the FOUR IIOUSK 

WILLIAM STALKV. 

With a New Snow StormSc«n«b/R. DIXON. 

Overture Orebealra 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. W. corner K corny and Pine Streets. 

JIM HOCKINO & (ii:o''.>JK IKTK.R'* .... rK<»rRIKTr»UI 
FEJINK MoRTIMOR» 11 .in«« «nrt 8l«ff. Il.n.^» 

E^Schmidt^. .^Mnmcal lMn>ctor H'li <-, Mnrbm . ...Tn^nt t 
IMMK.VKE Siecnss OK ^' ^ 

THB LITTLE GENERAL! 
ALF 6EJRNARD ! 

THE (;BK4T HINir. 

THIS EVEHIIfO - MAT 31 

The Porlomuuie* will Onauneno* wtth • 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

Fiiilahlnif with the I'l.ANTATIu.S u Al.h AlVMMi 

xz>j''z*aEi]RLxIia^aD]0^ 

»le<IIrT^OTert«rr •rehntrs 

i\ Hiu »iri4 1 II Tirs. 
nt>AF.B Hoss Mlli4 c*«rrB 

Knnin )Mila l^i r •■ 

<IIARL»,l hiCHBB»«)l WILI OKI Mill 

CIIIMA NWKti ULLII Mtil<<«l 

KO^i. ■ ■■i_-_^^:— , ■:;:;-• vj--v_ ••»**'» ■•^ 

KOM. MTT1I BrllJOBr 

Going Home to Dixey 

oM) fiKN nr.HVAKii vdifvii UKJ I i'rnj^^»''7»'RAi. 

PIrolo Holo "I*-. rauvelMa" r»lli« •r«-b»tlr» 

Song and Dano« Johnnr Prlo« 

Senate - - - - and h'S Banio 

ItMilF 4.IBL ..„.^.^. •■•!« ««»rl« 

Dutch SLX&ftXO . Soncs 



Alexis Ties and Gaiters. I how far is it p 



OUR STREET BILLS. 



None Genuine except eUmped with our Trade Mark; Solo 
Agents lor SAMUEL DUNBAR & CO'S. Fine Miwca' and 
Childro<.'8 Shoes, and GRAY BROS. Kxtra Fine Ladies' and 
Misses' New York Shoes. The largest and finest stock ol 

3gx;3'\^XKr a. :^'ctje«.'x"s 

LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES in the City. EYcry pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 

(8U0CK880BS TO BEERS * MAYNAED.) 

Koamy St set, ona Door firom Basb Straet 



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Can Danciir In llio World. 

Which !■ pat upon the .St*)(c regardicM o( eii)«D»r "J'h >••» 

Scenery by R. DI.XDN, Contiinn". by M.MK TEKMK. 

I'ron.Ulc. by KFFO ., „ . . 

FralllT. the Belle of Ihe Lardrn. F.llia narrlsiloa 

(OivioKa true Idea of the oljli' til. > do it '"„'"'■' . 

Mr. Ladnr .. the .'^porl an'l rroi.n.Uir Billy Weal 

Jumbo ...Lat<- t.r the (..or^li Mh, 'ruin but i.ow hjldlryt 
a billot tonhow tlit-in upjo^th'' liir.i.n^. JohnB]r_T»f r« 

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FuUUlMd Kren D%i In the Tew. bt 



mnerckant l^tTrrt. briaw Montgomrry 
San FrunrtiiCo. 

gr IMKtrllnited Prci- tlirouxbout the Cltv dftlly. 
BOU.SK I-R0U1:A3IME tor the (oUowtcc pUcea of 

AiDlUCUi^Dt . 

California Theatre: 
Wodo's Opera Honsc: 
Baldwin's Academy of Unsic; 
Magulre's New Thoatro; 
Macrulrc's Opera House; 
Piatt's Hall 
Buckley's Varieties; 
New Olympic Theatre; 



I From the Jourual of Applied Cbemiittry 
I .Si'lENTII'M: €Oi;KT8IHr. 

Toucg Mollf met C'briatoplier down li/ the (tmi 
yfi\h hi; anulviif 
And bis catilyria 
And Ma dialyiia. 
What would he do there? 
Ue came down to woo then?. 
He cami down to sue tLeie. 
To bill and to coo there. 
Not to fill all her coul wHh alarm. 



WKDNKSDAY .MAY 31 



Amusements, £t<;. 

CaUromla Tlienlrc. 

There li n« chaiifo of blU a<lTeit!Md. ud "The 
Coraciaa Brother*" will probably continue the at- 
traction all during the week. The pieee li full of 
telliotf «ituatinrs. tbe scenery is an artistic treat 
snd the cast unexceptionable The Cbatean-B»- 
naud of Barton Illll. the Baron MoDttfiron of 
Henry £dw«rdi, the Cotonna and Orlando of 
Meseru. Pateaan and ft.estayer, are all excoUeot 
cbarac'.ers Besides all of which Mr. Feohter Is 
Uie star, aud Miis Liuie Price supports bira as 
JIaiilie de Lospare 
BaldiTln'a Aradrmy of Maslc. 

Tke succua that has attended the long season of 
Ute Hoyal lUosioaljte would be (urprising; were not 
me ffuperior eKaracter of their entertainment taken 
SBto consideration. Tbij is their last week bow- 
^rer. and only six icere perforpoaaces will be girasi 
On Priday Ling Looli l^iUn a benefit, Saturday 
aft«rTjoon ^e the last matinee, tod on Sunday night 
Frof Keller takes a ticneBt, aud closes the season. 

Wade's Op«ra Hodhc 

There was anathtr splendid house last night, and 
•rcrythlDg showed a great improvemcat on the flr»t 
olght, the anrtaia working smoothly and many of 
the actors haring orideutly studied up tlioir parts. 
Mr. Ri^'uold was recalled no less than five times 
hut night, and the applause granted the various 
tableaux must have been equally gratifying to Mr. 
Voei;tlin, the scene painter This afternoon a spe- 
cial matinee will b« given for the special conven- 
ieuce of ladies and cbiidrco. 
■acBlrc's Hew Tlitatrr. 

Luke Schoolcraft (iTes another of his wonderful 
impersonation as Bu^anne in the masioal act of 
"Our Alabama Homes." "She was Led Astray," Is 
on the vboie arery clever burlesque, ererythiug in 
"La Ttntatien" that eould possibly be turne<i 
into ridicule has been, wbilut all the attractions 
of costume and personal beauty baru been le- 
ialned. On Monday, Ifuierson aad Troupe move 
acri«9 the street 

0»era HnnM. 

Mr. Hicks Iia3 recovered from his cold, now sings 
"That's Where I Like to Ce. " in a much improved 
■tyle. Jake Hamilton manages to get more nsusio 
owl of bis banja than most asen can and "llie Old 
Man's Perplexities " an aet by Messrs Kaaton and 
Wilson, is a most axoellent bit of foaling. It 
should not be forgottea that this is tks last week 
of the Geeralatk 

Sto-iikoarli Kallnn Opr.m. 

It had been for a long time uuppoeed that the 
Btrackoeh Italian Opera IVoupe wer« to appear at 
'Wade's Opera House, soon or immediately after 
Uie production of "Henry V." but thero's many a 
slip twixt the operatic cup and the maoag«rfal 
Up, and the annuuccmeut is now made that on 
Vadnelday w»ek the much talke 1 of Bvloeca will ap- 
pear at Baldwin's under the management of Mr. 
n>os Maguire. Tum Karl as tenor and Taglia 
pietra as baritone, will accompany the Russlau 
can ta trice- 
Met* Olympic 'VarietT Theatre. 

Amongst the favorites who appear to-night are 
Johnny Tucrs, Harry Howard. William Staley, 
Wily West aud Miss Kllza Harrington. 
BacblCT*! New Varletr Theatre. 

Alf. Bernard, mimic and old man negro delinea- 
tor, made his first appearance here last night and 
was a great suceess. This evening too, he will ap- 
pear in conjiiaetlon with the Little General. 
ralace Opera Hoaae. 

On Saturday evening this place will— according 
to advertiseuent-be opened with J. H. Haskell as 
Proprietor. Johnny Taers as Manager, and a well 
selected variety troupe. 
froodward'g Gardenii. 

On Saturday and Sunday, Bevaos thelOharapalo- 
gian. the Parisian Viloclpedist, Mile. Clarissa In 
her thrilling Niagara Leap, and the 'Variety Troupe. 
An cleborate working model of a twenty-stamp 
mill will epLrate on some Bernal Height ore. 



Tht Ladlra of Han Francliteo 

Will begltd i't learn of the opening of flrst- 
ehua offices at 6?4 Clay street, ojifnaiui Kohler, 
<*a»e i Co'e, whtro they can be supplied with 
lir8t-<-la«iChiiic«e domestic servaiils at bhort no 
tscc. We heartily recommend Mcaers- Kinfr & 
Merritt as g< ntkmen who will study in every way 
to please their customera. n 



The Green K«om. 

»Th)8 popular resort of the profession and al 
•picurea who can appreciate Rood liquors and a 
food lunch, la directly opp<ieit« the Calif orTiia The- 
atre. It has Jost been beautifully Ireacord arul is 
aow a uiijdel oi taste and eletr-uice. Everybody 
foes to th» Qreen Room bclweeu the acta. i 



••n't Help Pay Other l*eople'» Debts, 

But KO to the F^imiture and Bedding Store o» 
J. A_ bhabcr & Co.. 707 Mftrlct nti-Mit Ti.)-.rTKini 



Science, 'tia thus ihat a fair maid you win, 
With parthenoi^aoetis 
Aad alterogeuesto 
And other such tbiotra; 
Tor Love, he has winga. 
And with him he brings 
Full many such things 
In the ears of f>ir matdeng to din. 

Young Christopher came with the finest bro- 
cliarea, 
On trilobites. 
And troglodytea, 
Theodolitoa 
And anch delights. 
And he said : "My dear, these are yotirs- Yes, 

they're yours. 
Love may come and love may go. Science en- 
duies." 

Tlie heart is a stubborn thing. 

And conical in 8ha|>e, 
A remnant which with us we brtnjf 
From our ancestral ape. 
It drives the blood to Mcl.'y'a checka : 
She opens her ruby lipa and ayoaka, 
tier mitral valve plays 
In the wildest of ways; 
Her columua corner 
Civcs her an idea 
By the way that it aots; 
And acce;^ting the facts. 
She then aod there agrses to become 
Tha partner of bia scientific home, 

rnKTUih rAKTici;i,AK8 ik rioird to tub 

"SOIKNTine COUBTSUll'." 

[Reported by the lournal of Applied Cheaaistr;'. ] 
Yea, Molly met Christopher down by the farm; 

If he's seientiflo, 
Pray, what is abo — 

Thia girl beatific 
At the farm by the seaT 

Tis her c^l'cge vacation, 

And mild recreation 

t>hc finds ID the Veins 

And in UpavoUaa, 
And all other things that a Bolton girl charm. 

"Weak pertccta," for ina'ance, of Germanic verba. 
Until a weak perfect. 

Whose prefix is Fritr, 
Gives Molly a surfeit 
Hy airing; his wits. 
She turns to her sketching 
Aud delicatd etching. 
And in chiaroscuro 
She seeks for a care, O ! 
Wlieu Chriatopher's coming her young heart 
perturbs. 

They wander together upon the sea-Mads, 

And talk of patella', 
Ai:d aweotlj agreo. 

In regard to sabella' 
They differently see. 

Then she finds hixa deficient 

Where she la proficient. 

In languages Arjan, 

And art antiquarian. 
Vet setaQce united her votaries' hands. 

Aod linking new wiles to others wall known. 
They find that the season 

Is fairer thin aught 
That rhyme or tha', aeasoo 

Has hitherto wrought. 
"Vea, I'll take your aaalyeia 
And your dialysis, 
Bui you will learn synthesis. 
My deafest Anli.hesls, 
Won't yooT" she murmurs. He answers 
ownr 



"My 



'Ceoua of shells! 



■anaaer* 

Of Amusements, Excnrsions, Lecttires, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printmg 
Eetabliahment of B. F, Starott, 632 Clay Street. 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
era, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the sbortoet possible sp&co of time. Also, Beau 
tilul Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
(Hit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
stantly on hand a fine lino of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged (or 
these are very little in a<ivanoe ol plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes^ from 18 to 42 
inch letters, in stock, o( all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre Managen are especially Invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 18^0 
and has been In successful operation ever since 

frcj 
m 

D« STet SolTer rrom Conu. 

The unfortunate suflerers from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Ingrowing Noils, con find Instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H- Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 407 Kearny street, between Sutler and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. m. Wo sp«ak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor s capability. Ref- 
erence given \t reqjired. h 



Oir<-iil>acli as a Coadncfor. 

On Tliursday night, Hth instint, Gil- 
more 's Garden opened. About six thous- 
and persons were present At 8-15 M. 
Jacques Offenbach appeared on the plat- 
form. He was greeted by enormous ap- 
pi.*tise. The audience was composed of, 
one-half German, one-fourth French, the 
remaining fourth American. M. Offen- 
bach was attired in a black swallow-tail 
coat and pants to match. He had a wliite 
cravat, hair parted very carefully in th< 
centre, and a pleasant stereotyped smile, 
lu his bnttonhole he had a small red silk 
bow of officer of the Legion of Honor, in 
his right hand a short ebony baton, tipped 
with silver. 'When he bej{an wielding this, 
there was a peculiar earnestness in his 
manner. All the compositions played 
were his own, and he appeared to take 
that intense interest in them that any 
man might take in the production of his 
individual brain. As a conductor he has 
a peculiar mannerism. The right side of 
his body with the arm that conducts in all 
activity. The left arm is motionless, e.x- 
oept in passages of particular diflSculty, 
His whole body, head, arms, chest, and 
legs move in the forte passages. In the | 
piano movements his sole right arm and 
eyes appear to be moving. But he imparts 
a magnetism to his orchestra. He invests 
every one of his musicians with a desire 
to do bis utmost. His compositions attain 
a new rigor under kis baton. We are un- 
aware what M. Offenbach might do with 
the eomy6»ltfon3 of others, but 'with taose 
which are his he infusiia a peculiar virility, 
a peculiar strength which is wholly his 
own. Their melody and meaning become 
in his bauds magnified, and to the musi- 
cians he reveals beauties of melody which 
wore never dreamt of before. People ask, 
"What is the attractiveness of Offenbach?" 
It is this, that any composer's music as 
conducted by himself, is certain of better 
iBterpret.ttion than if led by another.— i\^ 

Y. Dramatic Newt. 

^ 

A Bequest In Soasvn. 

"George, my darling George, promise 
one thing," said the young bride of amonth, 
as she threw her arms around her husband's 
neck and gazed anxiously into his face. 
"What is it, precious ?" he asked, a3 he 
drew her to liis bosom. " Promise me, 
George dear, that you will not become a 
Presidential candidate." "Why, mjr dar- 
ling, that (s asking a great deal." he re- 
plied, and hi.i countenance darkened. 
"There are ■Jones, Smith aud Brown, and, 
in fact all the best people— they are candi- 
dates. You want me to be somebody, don't 
you ?" "Vea, yes, Coorgo, I do, I do."" 
said the yo ing wife bursting into tears, 
"but all tha newspapers will tell how big 
my feet are, and you know folks never 
think that anybody's feet may be good 
shaped if they are large.** 



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METROPOLITAN THEATRI 

S.4.CRAMENTO. 

ThU very desirable property is loeated 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and is 80 
foet on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
alley in the rear. The Theatre is a very good one, 
and is well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and $600 per 
month. It would cost about 890,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores lilie ttic building in question; but 
this desirable property can be bought for f^OOO 
cash. Parties wishin;t to negotiate for the theatre 
can write to W. K. MOEltOW, Sacramento 
„ „ „. , W. K MORROW, 

For Kenl.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writing to above address W K. 
MORROW. de3*-tf 






PROGRAMMES, 
And all klnd{ of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

K1 LOW BAXSU, BZ 

3. F. STERSTT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



tore thev have no bad debts to make np out of ex 

tni tirofl»q. "^ 

Why Do Sherwood Brm. 

>JSl2^- ^^ *''i*' "^'^ ■»" 8«>8ome. seU more 
batter than aor otter house in the elt»T Be^ose 
l^ rS!?,'" 'S'J?^ ■"'*» ^ ">« saS? store dallj, 
torr about and buy butter at 10 to SO cents per roll 
cheaper than elsewhere. No wondj!^ o 

SvlrllaaliclBs Seances. 

Mrs. C. M Sawyer, the Uaterializjne Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at IS Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at TJ o'clock. " •■ ' »"" 

line Watches. 

T bMt goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
OaL.-.der'e, comer of Second and Miseion. A 
one aasorUnsnt of chains, Jewelry, etc. Call aod 
•T»miue. 5.y 

Falmer Bros. 

Sell • le Palmer two-button Kid Glove lor >1 25 
a pai .6 to 734 Market street. 



Wade's Oitera Boase. 

The hpRt nf rinAf-a niaoa. 



New Store ! New Goods ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
Mcussdorflor t Bro., has optnrU alNo, 402 Kearny 
street, near Pine, with a splendid stock of Hats 
and Caps. "The finest foods at the lowest poe- 
sible prices '■" Is his motto. s 



Harry np Thoac Batter Taltca. 

Who has not tried them? New York Butt«r 
Cakes and Coffe for 10 cents, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon, 517 Calitomia street, under Califor- 
nia Market Open all hours of the uicht aud daf. 
J. H. Bums. Proprietor. • 



The original "Swain's Bakery" Is now eetahlished 

B their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 

ear Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 

and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 

busines o 



'Ttarice Truihfal. 

"My wife tells the truth three times a 
day," remarkeil a jocose old fellow, at tte 
game time casting a mischievous glance at 
his 'better half.' "Before rising in the 
morning she says, 'O, dear, I must get up; 
bat I don't want to.' After breakfast she 
adds, 'Well, I suppose I must go to work; 
but I don't want to.' And she goes tojbed 
saying, 'There ! I have been on the move 
all day, and haven't done anything.' " 
SADDLE KOCK. 

ElMBBSON CeaviiLB Is the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster fame ! 
He has the 6ne£t ever bred, 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oysters st-ew'd, or Oysters roast. 
Curried or Fried, olike's his boast ! 
To CORviLts's famous Saddlh Rock, 
The fashioj) of all Fnsco flock ! ! ! 

At 415 Pi.vT! Strut, mind. 

This noted rendezvous you'll find, 

Eleoaxt Puivate Rooms ore there 

To accommodate his Patrons fair. 

Who, as they take their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the whUe, 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saphiji Rock. 

Bmt.rson Corvillb is, to-day, 

Lar^eat Ini]M»rter on the Bay, 

And the whole irado upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

And then for dams,— soft or hard vhell, — 

Lobsters and Crohs, all styles, as welL 

Folks, night und day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the f imons Saddlh Roce. 

The cboicepi Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, jou bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Guinness' Stout, 
(The two beyt lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bright Oh mpaomo the finest brand; — 
Tea, Coffee and Chocolate always on hood. 
Visit CoRviLt,K'8 but once- at all others 

you'll mock, — 
For there are njne can compare with the 

Saddlb Kock! 

Emkbson CO«VlLI.k'S SASDtsRooK Otstkk Saumk, 
415 Pine Street, opposite the Market. ck 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAMERS. 

....AND TUE 

FULTON & GUERNVJLLE R. R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On aimI aft^r Monday, Hay t9, 187C, 

the Steamer JAMK9 M. DONAHUE. Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Grreen-btroet Wharf daily iSun- 
da-ys OJtcepted) at 7 A. m. and 3 p. M., counectiiig 
at Donahue Landiug with the cars fur Petaluma, 
Cioverdale and way stations. The cara will leave 
C!oT6rdale daily fBandays excepted) at 8 a. m. aud 
3:30 1". M.. conneetiag with steamer at Donahue for 
San Francisco. Close connections aiade at Fulton 
with the Fulton and Guernville Road for Koehell's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds aud terminus of the road. 
Shortefltand quickest route to the Geysers. Through 
from 8au Francisco in seven hours. Close Htage 
connections made for Litton's, Skaggs" Mark West, 
Santa Rosa While Sulphur, Bartlett's. Highland 
aud Harben's Springs. Also, ^biah. Point Arena, 
Hebastopol, Bondcga. Duncan's Mills, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Mendocino, li'otrifltjd Forest and Quiok- 
silver Mines. 
SUNDAY EXCn7RSI0NS~The Steamer leavea 

Grten-Street wJ>«»Jrf fiunday mwinino at 8 -*■ ** 

Connects with cars at Donahue for CloTeroale and 
all stations on the road. Katuroing. will arrive in 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:20 p. M. Excursion Tick- 
ets Bold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. k. to 4 p. m. 
P. DONAHUK. PreaidbLt 

A. A. BBAK, General Superintend-ent. 

F. H. GEKDK&. Gon'l P. A T. Agk 

General Office, 43<i Montgomery street. San 
Prancisoo. fe20-tl 



JAW. G^. wTtitOLE ^fc Oo. 

CHEMISTS AND APOTHECARIES 

Have removed from Ihelr Old ^tand to 

tZieIr nc^y ^torc, :IIG Rearnj street, 

BETWEEN PINK AND BUSH. 

Their attention wUl he devoted to keeping at all 
times, the vabibty necessary to a First-Clasa Drug 



Store. 
fell-tf 



JA8. G. STEELE & CO.. 
Chemists and Apotheoariea, 310 Kearny St. 



RUSS HOUSE 8AL00N. 

No. 213 Honteomery Street, 

Buss House Block San Francisco 

R. B. 8TEWABT. Proprietor. 
N. B.— Saloco open all night. ap25 tf 



The Antelope Orater Boase. 

Our specialty, always the best oystert in market 
•erved up in the beet style of cooking. Our 
Kastem transplaiited oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
Dear Mont^mery. g 

«— 

Trrolean foneert. 

Also other perfonnanoea, erery night at the 
TiToli Gardens, northwest comer Sutter and Stock- 
ton streets. Admission free. * 



MUUnery C^ods, 



The Collateral loan and Sarlnga Bank 
Company 

This day announce tbroui^h the cohimns of 
PiOABO. that a bank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearny streets for the purpose of 
making a specialty of Loaning Money on Collateral 
Security, eucb as diamontU. silrer plate, jewelry, 
etc.. subject to the legal r&te of mterest, namely, 
4 per cent per month. Etference to the advertise- 
ment will satisfy erery one that the Directory o( the 
Bank ie composed of wealthy aud weli^nown busi- 
ness uien whose names inspire conhdence at a 
glance, and ar; a guaraatee that the saairsof the 
institution will be conducted fairly and honorably 
The bank itself is something that bos long been 
needed, and those who are unfortunate in stocks 
etc., will now have a bou£e of refuge. w 

Don't Pay Fancy Price* 

By going to Montgomery or Kearny street to 
get your hats, when you can buy the very finest 
class of goods considerably cheaper than in either 
of these streets by calling at "Tlie" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street, below Kearny, besides, 
having a splendid and complete assortment to 
choose from. This is a positive fact, and everyone 
is sure to be pleased If they call at the above 
piace. H 




BOOK & JOB Myi 
PRINTERS, 9w^ 

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COMMERCIAL 



LINOSEY & OESTERREICNER, 

Real Estate Agents and House 
BroKers, 
339 KEARNY STREET, 
Will take fall cliarcr of propertv for 
parties wishing to leave the state, and will give 
bonds if riquircd. By iKtniiMiou we refer to the 
following named gentlemen ; A. J. BRYANT, 
Mayor: W. P, HVMPHKKI!*, Surveyor; J. 
WIKLAKI). Brewer; JOHN CALVilKT, 
Builder; I'iC.l^lK KAIJCL', Oapitallst. myl9-tt 



FASHIONABLE 

Boot & Ehoe 

337^ KSOAHrVY 



ISV 



ST., 

Between Pine and Bush. 

E. KIESEtlDAm. 



FLORENCE SALOON 

Si. W. rerner Ellis and Powell 6(8. 
BEST BRANDS OF 

Wines, Liquors & Cigars. 

W. E. BOOERa Proprietor. jaU-tf 

THE CAFE DES ARTISTES 

C«mer of Bosh and Dnpont Sts., 
Under the Foodle-Dog Restaurant. 

ALFRED F»b:R,KXER, 

(Sumomed the French Herculea), Proprietor. 
The Best Qnallty or Wlne«, Liqnors, 

and Clgara on band Klliards. nolo 



ZIMMERMA] 

G-ARDE 

OAKLAND 

.„?**.?•,?""*""''"• "f ••'* al 

respectfully annouuce to their f 
public generally, that these Gard 
gone exWnsive and elegant repair 
large and very fine 

DanciEg and Musical 

which has been thrown open to 
numerous other attractions, such a 
leries, Bowling Alleys, Swings, etc. 

Orchestra and 

Will be in attendance ever^ 
day aud evening. 

All Alameda Trulno stop a 
and Ellis Sts., near the 
.SIMON & BRECK 
ADMISSIOX, 25 CEl 

P. S— Special Terms made with 
for Picnics, 

JUST ISSlIED-200th ] 

MANHO 

REVISED AND COKRUCIfcu BY T 

E. DE F. CURTIS, M. D. 

A Medical Essay on the €ai 
A premature decline in man, show: 
Is lost and how regained. It gives i 
of the impediments to marriage, th 
nervous and physical df lility. ahi 
and all other diseases ajjpertaioiug 
suit of twenty years Fucces^iiil praci 

CITRTIS ON -MANHOor)." T 
her of society by uhoni this book v,i 
useful, wh' ther ho be parent, preo 
iDAti.— London Tiniat. 

Price— One Dollar, hy moil or exi 
the author, DK. CITBTIS. 5«0 St 
Postoffice Box 337, Han Francisco, ( 



iRUPTUR 



Use no More Metftlllc 1 

iNo more (JiirtcrinK from Iron Bo( 
lapringB. TrU. KoWE'S PATE] 
iTIC TRUSS ij worn with ease a 
luight and day and will, and baj 
Iradical cure^ when all others 
^Reader, i^yo" we mi»t»ur«<l, 
iUnVES camrortable * 
lances : yon will never regrel 
■'ELASTIC TRUSS COM? A] 
Iramento street. 



LOST US, HAVI 

WELL YOXT CAN FIND 

No, 25 Keari 

Between Miirl'et and 

With a Fine Line of CLOTHS to 
the best style, under the regular pri' 
assortment SHIRTS and FURNISJ 

BENEDICT & SH] 

Formerly at No, 3 Secon< 

mrl+-tf 



THE PERFORi 
FRICTIOWAL 

...FOR.... 
Rbemnntism, Ijiunbago a: 
Complaint. 

It is All Elastic and Perforated, h 
qualities of the Porous Plaster, am 
affected parLs at the same time. Tk 

Elastic Support 

la unequalled as an Abdominal and i 
either for ladies or gentlemen, and ii 
mended by all physicians as the best 
presented to the public. 

Orders received for DR ROWl 
TRUSS, for the radical cure of RUI 
$05 Sacramento Street, San 

Send stamp for Circulars 



OPERA HG 

•Air JOBK, OAl.i 



This Beantlftil and Newly 

■nieatre is to be let by the Night, We 
At reasonable terms. 
jal4-tf O. BBOHASKA 



ELOCUTION 



MKS ESIILT ]tlEgT4¥rR 

method of informing the public that : 
to give young ladit^ Lessons in Kloci 
pare tfaem for the Draniatio Trofcssio 
etc., apply at No. G03 Taylor street. 



NEVADA RE8TAL 

4ia Pine street. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny (H 
V. DOL & V. BIGNE. 

A FIKST-CLAS.<« KESTAI 

fel-]m 

Books Boug 



Libraries and Pareeta ot Bool 

DAVID'S, 663 WASHINGTON ST 
doors below Kearny. Open evenings 



OEOROE BIATE8, 
Dealer In Orsters, Clams, and^ 

aU Unds of SHELL FISH, Stalls Nos. 
40, 41. 48. California Harket, eotranoe 
on California street. 



MRS. A. E. A. M 

Uesldenee, 130 Fonrtta 81 

Bet. Mission and Howard. 

SAN FRANCISCO I 

Hairdressing Estabiii 

•36 fTaslilncton street, m 

below Keamy. PRICES K&^_ 
DUCKD: B aths, 25 cents. Shav-j g 



w 



OliVjBRYWHiaiB:. 

is Prograuime of the 

3 Is distributed rKEK eT- 

throuehout the buBluefis 

r Saa FranciBoo. 

ia wiUl circulated every 

Claud. 

ifl placed in hands of the 

1 bv tlie Orerlaud Train 

9I» d.-4rlbnt?d in Sacra- 
9« d%7 in tao we€k- 
J Ik oi^ed every day tOy 
idpal boteLi on tbs PacUio 




Here, Tbere and Everywhere.* 



OgARDP a^^ubHaher. j^ Establislied 1865 



SAM FflANCiSCO, THURSDAT, JUN£ I, 1816 



■"■OL. XXIII. 



TAPEWORM 

UrmoTcd In Two llniir», 

A o char£o unless tlio > •- ^ ' - 
Uedid&a lianuj<ai t^ 
to»t«. bdnx Tpjstoi 
fvnoiu, orlboMnm 
atrmagnaaat ot tbt 
adTiard to call, a* r. 
•of mcti oam aia tbi 
"•icni, ottttv buurs ' 
•nd 6 to 7 r. M. 

DR.. CLOSE. 

Naar F^mith Hax TtLX* 



=i'i 



lire's Few Theatre. 

L Street, between Montsomerr and KearnT. 

HAV.qRLY...... .^.. ......... ^Fr.OPRISTOBS AND MAX.tOERA 

forms MInitrtIi 



XNING 



JC9)£ 1 



•gramme for this Evening. 

iT- AN ENTEKTAINMEXT OF REKINED MINSTRELSY. 

ry Overture HORBISOX'S OKCHESTRA 

i«i ne £«oiI Bye Darltaz R. T. TIKKELL 

-Pull down TOnr Vr:it BILLY ENERSOK 

Ine back the Old Folk* C. 8. FBEDF.KICKS 

-The Dollar Store BESi COTTON 

REie, When tbe Sao Boes down W. H. TILLA 

DESCRIPTIVE UNAJLE- 

on the Mississippi ! 

Mrs. ESIEBSON. HEMBLE AXD CONPAKV. 
LT SECOND. - Grand Etbiopian Carnival. 

, ALABAMA HOMES 



.LUi^E SCHOOLCRAFT 

GEO H OOES 



In an Album of llix Latent Ciems. 



'PhoBbe Dearest' 



W. H. HLLA 



.OliCHESTKA 



OEMS 

fr^ra 

aU 

the 

OpenM 

can 

be 

bod 

at 

Shebhan 

ft 

Hn>«'s 

Huslo 

atora, 

comer 

ot 
Keam; 

and 

Sutter 

Sta 



California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN MoClTLLOUGH PaoraisTOR akd Manaorr 

MR. B.ARTON HIIL AcTlNO Manaoer 

Robert M. Ebkiu.s... Stage Mauaser I Ohah. Schui.tz Muiical Director 

JoHji ToRRBNCE Machinist T. J. Kkkno-h Tr«a«urur 

W. T. Porter Scenic Artist I Martin Jovck Buslnc.u Mananer 

tr.gagemenl for Positively Ore Week Only 

ot- TUE DISTINGUI-SIIED ARTIST, MR. 



o oniluJe with an entirely New and Novel EmotionaJ, 
>oal. Hysterica!, Laclir.vmacy, Society Drajia entitled. 

Was Led Astray ! 

! prcgeatod wiih new Scenery, by Dayton, New and Costly 
•I, by Shemian and Assistant. New and Uxi^iScieDt 
robea, by Mrs. Taylor, New tnd Mechanical effects, by 
iKlrews and Ass stant. Original Ma^ic written 
Expressly for this Bartcsque by 
GEO. T. EVANS. 

nUooe .*. LITKE ^CHOO^^'RAFT 

GEO. H. GOES 

parre J. R. KEMBLE 

e BEN COTTON 

e W. H. TILLA 

iganO'Hara P.. T. TYRELL 

J. H. MURPHY 

lUlgan O'Oara J U8TIN ROBINSON 

BILLY EMERSON 

J. F. 0BERI8T 

C. S. FREDERICKS 

ctive preparation, ,1 R, KEMBLE'S Now Biirlaeaue, 

Hammam Baths. 

June 5tb- Will be presented for the first time in this city, at 

r Theatre, Bush street. MAT, MORGANS LIVING PICTURES 

beta Sensation. 

June 5th— The California Minstrels will remove from Hagnjre's 

to Ma^uire's Op«ra House. 

June Zd-BEilEFIT OF H SOHREINER. 



© 

5 H 



S "^ 



Silly 

SUPPORTED BY 

MISS I^IZZIE PRICES, 

THIS EVENING - JUNE 1 

He vrill appear in bij great personation of "Louis and Fabien Dei Fninchi," 
in the famou) drama of TUE 

Oorsican Broilers 

The Drsma will be presented with New Scenery ixod Illuaioos, and the 
FOLLOWING STRONG CAST: 

M. LOUIS DEI FRANCHI. t Coraican ( CHAS. 

M. FABIAN DEI FRANCHI, J Brothers \ FECHTER 

n. Cliai«an Renaud Rar«on Hill 

n. Alfred Heynard Nelson Meeker 

Lc Itaron MontgJrvn Uenry Kdwardi. 

I,e Itni'on tilortiauu Hnrl«lll John »llson 

M. IScHUCbump Munry » oodN 

M. Favrollc Frank Kll lay 

Marco Colonna IThe heads of two ) Robert Patcjnan 

Uaetiino Orlando fCorsiciau families) >V. A. MeHta-rer 

Antoulo t^nlouu, Judgs of Sullacaro District, Corsica U. 4)6ad 

ficiffo, a Domestic E. Bf. Thnycr 

ItoHNee, a Woodcutter R. Ilonarnma 

Tonuuo, a Guide H. Uolmeti 

Servant J . Connell 

EMILIE DE LB6PARE MISS LIZZIE PRICE 

Rolette ) ( Miss r«rrlc Wyatf 

Dore« >• Ladies or the Opera-i Mi-s Maasie riianjbcrs 

Domino ) v. Mi.«H I.onisa Vavasour 

Madame Savilia Del Franchi, Mother of Louis and Pabien 

-, Mr.s. C. B. Sauiidrrs 

Marie, a Domesitic MLss Anuie lliges 

Ladies, Gentleoien. Masks, Dominoes, Debardeurs, Grotesques, Sorvauts. 
Male and Female Corsican Peasants, etc. 

NEXT MONUAV EVKNINC .HIKE 5, 1876 

By arrangement with MESSRS. JARRETT & PALMER, Managers 

of Booth's Theatre, New York, SHAKSPEARE'S 

Grand Historical Plav, 



B 
U 
R 
R 

& 

F 
I 
N 
E 

The Bo<M 
Tailors of 
the City, 

No. 3 

Monttt'ry 

street 



% © 



H 
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O 




OPEEA HOUSE. 

Roih Slreei, belwM-n Houteomrry and krArn). 

MAtJUIJlIC ,V HAVKIU.V Piiorn,.T,<.. ,v-> Max.si 



OI?2. 

Tl£@ iBattle of Agincourit 

Will be produced Jilh the Original Scenery, Costumes, Armors, 
Properties, Etc.. and the Engagement of 



Mr. 
M. V 



A Vent'H 

Smoking 

.iQCkct, 

made or 

tbe ane-st 

Velvet. 

ennt 

«.^0, 

for an, 

at 

UNCLE 

HARRIS' 

:o» 

Kearuy 

Street. 

corner of 

Merchant 



Fourth and Positively the Last Week 

OK THE KINO I.AIKJH MAKEKS. TUK 

Original GEORGIA MINSTRELS 

THIS EVENING ._. JUNE 1 

GRAND DUAWINd RdOM KNTCKTAIXMRNT. 
RoBM CBCHOE a MILLli , InlerltM-nlor f M tM. R. Hir&ll 

TamtMM BRWW.% anu >«it«u>. 

Overture LLOHCI i MI\HTRKLll 

AuKel 4;at>rlel TAIIUK RROVT'I 

Thai's where I like (o Be ...CBt<«. n i||«-kh 

John's (one down on the blaad JIM«I1 MllIJa 

In her llitle bed we laid her r. J tihiH*^ 

«lve mo tbe «;nu CliA^. t < rihok 

Oh: Miss «n»ie RIILl >«ll.s«1 

MoUier rold mr In Tonr arms II. \. li«M M4'* 

Cr^nd^Fijrvajle^j^j^^^^^ 

Part Second— Grand Olio. 

Jake Hamilton in New Banjo Solos 

.SKCOXD WEI'.K OK THK 

Grand Ctuadrnple Song and Dance 

BBOW.\ and niLLH and kF.E>rt% anil MORT05I. 
In ^r>Y Orntnrlrnl IITrrf*! 

THEOLD^AFslPERHixmES 

KASTO^. HAMILTON and Wll>«0«. 

Sallad v: : : . ,• . : : . .P-.f .'.^.^y "^ ^ " 
Ii.eerxa,rx cfc 'J%/LojrXc:>xx 

In their Acrobafle Sonc* and Danrvs, 

To conclude wil'i K*-T>>S>i I 



AS KINO HENRY V. 

FREDERIC THORNE, Mr. C. B. BISHOP, Mr. FRANK LITTLE, 
lOTOR, Mile. LOUISE DOREL aad JMlle. GABRIEL1j,E DU SAULD, 



MR. ORABALL 

HANNAH OKAIiALL 

PEVE PKltSIMMON !■ 

ERASTIM RtrPLUNS 

JIM JUMPER ( 1' * 

Hucli9t«H, PeddUrs, Ashmen, etc . by tbe Knt.rs Luinpaoj 

MONDAY June 5ih, wll l>c presented for the flr»t time in this city, at 
MAOillKK'S NEW TIIEAFUE, Biif h .■<» jr -l. 

Man Morgan's Living Pictures 

The Latest Eastern Sensat ion. 

MONDAY, June 5, 1F7(3. the CAI.IFOKNIA MIN8TKELS will rvBOV* 
from Maguire's New "Theatrj to Majulro's Opera Iluusf. 



>LLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is IMo^^Tir Oj^Gid. Tor Si:i.l3sorii>1;ioxi to Stools., 

THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Incorporated XJncier tlie Le-ws ot the Istate of Calilornla. 



>,000 Slx^iires, r»a,r "Va,l-Li.o $^0 E3a,ol3."$10 I»er Sli«,r© I=»«,icl In.. 



'OBS-ROBERT 8TEVBN80N, of Sterensone Block, San Francisco; FREDERICK TURRILL, Capitalist; J. S. SPEAR, Jr., of Ed. 8. 8p9ar & Co Auctioneers ; KLMKR TERRY, of ETjirry* Oo. 8« Fr«ici»« , !»OU>II P ATT KB. 
i; LBANDKR 3AWYEB, 3an Mateo, Capitalist; WALTER O. HOLMES, Attorney at Law. Prcsident.ISOLON PATTEE; Secretary. F. H. r.lBTKR. 

JFXTOP THIS BASK IS TO LOAN HONEY ON COLLATERAL 9ECi;RITiF,S. SUCH AS DIAMONDS, WATCHES, f"BN"WKK. WAREHOUSE REJ^IPTJ.CT<..CH«^ 

cent, a month. Also to receive Term Deposits and DeposRs subject to Call or Check. This Bank will for the present aUow the foUowing Bates of lutcrest : -Term DeiMMlla of MX nnnins. i IK>r rrm. pr, ni«a»i 

1^4 Der c«nt. per month. No Interest aJI'-wrd on Dally Deposits subject to call or check 

;ers of this Bank are all well known bbsiness men of this city, and as such give to all customers or dopositors a g^iarantee of fair and liberal dealing. 

on Books for a limited number of shares at $10 per share, are now open at the COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK. Northeast Corner Post and Kearny slreeu. i-ARTFR HMrMArr 

i SEND FOB OIBCULAUS. my24-lm * « *Bi r.n. ^.T^wrj 



[^oloe. WeU-Funiiahed 

(ide Rooms 

...TO LET, AT... 

to ONE DOLLAR PERNIGHT, 

....AT THE.... 

O HOUSE, 

D EATE8 BY THE WHEK. 
. SWELL, Proprietor. lalS 



YOUR PICTURES! 

ry Euro, taken at th 

YORK 

llory^ 

t Pletares, 94 per docen. 

J. H. PETEB8, Proprietor 




inza House 

eet, between Fourth 4i Fin^ 

; rvKNisaxD roobis i 

eek Month. Xwenty-hTe and fifty 
t; fS to $18 per month. myl3-lm 



CANDIESs 



» Af th« Plnent Caadr Made 

taody VaotoiT daUy. AU ordeI^ es- 
be eoontrf, are aoUolted and win b 
ided to. 

', formerly Caaty A Wacaer 
Ml Klontgomery Bbreet, 




the LAKOEST ABSORTMBKT in the CITY I Nothla« Ever Seen Equal to It I 
BARGAINS at 70« to TI6 Kearny Street, (opposite the Plazal, next to City Hall 




WELLINGIQN COAL. 

The Best Steam Coal hi the World. 

Caed ExdulTCly hy the BrItiKh Navy on this t^oaaf, and by the PrlnelMU Local 
Steamship Companlea. 



FOB DOMESTIC 0BH IT IB SUPERIOR TO THI BB8T QUALITY OK WEST HABTLEY 
and Sooioh SpUot Ooala 
Be sore you get tbe OENDTNB WELLINGTON. Oooe tued it cannot be mlstakeo. Tbe Ooal Is 
' spUntecT, dull In Ituter, and does not soil tiie flngsr, 
~~ sale wboleaale and retail by tbe Ageiils, 



BERRYMAItt 

Bulkhead. 



bet. Pacific and Jaokson-St. 

no28 M-W-F-3m 



Wharves. 




A.IL.L LA.DIK*i* UMK IX 

For Sale by all DrnHUta. mrG-lm 



Boca Beer ! Boca Beer ! 
ARION HALL. 

The Celebrated Beer Now •■ Oraaghl 

from the only Lajor l^eor Unwary on tbi> Ooast 
Now on sale at 

HENRY GRIMM'S, 

ABION HALL, 

N. B. Corner of Batter and Kearny Nta. 

nial6 



THE CUFF KOUSE! 

R0IRI1G OCEMllURGIUfi IREIKERS 
FOAMING SURF. MONSTER SEI LlOIS- 

App«tlzliiK BraakfMta, LaoohMi 
Diners and iJuppera. 

BRING VOrR WIFE I 

BRU«G VOliK FAMIIT t -_. 

BBINi; VOIB LABI FBIMmA 

And enjoy a tltw of the fln«t fX?KAJ» FAHO- 

BAMA IN THK WORI.IJ, »J1 ta d^ c< 

tbe world-raaowned 

Ooldem Gate. 

with a tmt of whlts-wtefed nMwnnn 
lrt>m every pari of Um «o mtt ii wt 

Now Line BoMas. ooWMcUncwIUi BUM* 0»» •» 
Ix>ne Mountain every IS Dtnolc* bnfttt j^ "^ 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 



The Beit Spring If edicioe in Ut*. 
PI I ooti or all ■•■■>* 

^.. ,». |U*>»a<l>B 

^-A.:ooooi^ 

PORTABLE 

Exlingiiisfiers I 

FIRE ENGINES 

CHKMI 

Bettor than Insuranc*. 
PAKK! .V LA< V. .Umt", 

417 Market Street, 

HA-. • i'. V^' '•" " •»*» 



PMta t %t mmt ^ . n rent*. Fa^ W rlf-j 



Ularm. Weart*. •> 

Dwotaa aad D»«hif IU«aWi*ia»» Jm T mMM ^ 



. akom Oadforala ' 



BOBTOI* OTSTBB ■0OU| 

M a<wl M C'»iitf» MartA 

Hrft III, ft- .* umftri. PraffK 

Urn, ^^*s>L 

yi" 



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i> 



t 'XC^^J^'J^^O 



ros ORGAN OF AUUSEMISITS. 



PabUsbed Ererr D»t in the Tew. by 



S39 iMEUCIIAKT STBEET. 

Belo • HoQti.oii>e:T Ban Fnmdico 



THURSDAY JUNE 1 



•FACIFIC DITISION 
.4GinC TELEOBAPO 



OF THE ATLANTIC AWD 
CO., 507 CALirORHIA ST. 



New YoO-K, Jiue 1. 1876. 
Opened 13 6-8 

• 3 M 12 S-4 



TUE FAST TBAI.V. 

Jairett A Palmrr** Tranw'Continonlal 

Fast TralB Left Kew lork at One 

O'clock Tlit!« Morniue' 

Nbw York, June 1st. — Jarrett & Pal- 
mer'a Trans-Continental Express Train 
left Jersey City at one o'clock this morn- 
ing. The excursion party met at the Her- 
ald office and witnessed the printing of 
fifteen thousand Heraldx, for distribution 
on the road to San Francisco, after which 
the excursionists took breakfust at the 
Aator House, and left for the starting 
point. 

THB TRAIN. 

The train consists of a new and power- 
ful engine which has been built expressly 
for ibis undertaking, a baggage car, hotel 
coach and sleeping car. The locomotive is 
thoaght to be the most powerful engine on 
the line of the Pennsylvania Central Rail- 
road, and is named "Governor Tilden.'' 
The hotel coach is called ''Thomas A. 
Scott," and the sleeping car "The Yosem- 
ite." Four engines and the Chief Engi- 
neer of the Pennsylvania Railroad will 
accompany the train. It is hoped to reaeh 
Pittsburgh, at 10 a. m. , Chicago at 8 P. 
M,, and to cross the Mississippi river be- 
fore midnight. The gentlemen composiBg 
the excursion party propose to dine in the 
Palace Hotel, in San Francisco, on Sun- 
day. 

THI PABaEKGK]». 

The passengers for San Francisco are 
George F. Williams of the New York Her- 
ald, correspondents of the Paris Preesc, 
London Times, London HlxtttraUd Ntv), 
Colonel Alberg of the English Army, three 
English gentlemen, Mr. Lake of the New 
Orleans Times and three friends, A. Romain 
and son, Mr. Remson, Mr. Doughty, Judge 
Russell, Lawrence Barrett, Fred Thorne, 
C. B. Bishop, G. Clinton Gardner (Gen- 
eral Superintendent of the Pennsylvania 
Central Railroad), 8. Sloan of The Railwny 
World: also, Mr. Jarrett, under whose su- 
perintendence the whole affair will be. 
About five hundred pounds of ra«il matter 
Tvere sent by this train. 

The following prospectus has been issued 
by Messrs. Jarrett & Palmer : 

UWPARALLED BIN 

ACR06S THE CONTINENT. 

JAARETT & PAI.MEB'B 

Special Fast Trans-Continental Train. 

NSW TORE TO SAN FRANCISCO. 

Leaving New York on Thursday, June 1st; 

Arriving at San Francisco on 

Sunday, June 4th. 

Having the Right of Way Across the 

Continent, 

Carrying the United States Mail and Wells, 

Fargo & Co's Express. 

Jarrett k Palmer are enabled to an- 
Boance the completion of arrangements 
with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 
the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago 
Railway Company, the Chicago and 
North-western Railway Company, the 
Union Pacifie Railroad Company and the 
Central Pacific Railroad Company for run- 
ning a special fast train, to be formed by 
one combination passenger, mail and bag- 
gage car and one Pullman palace hotel car; 
to leave the foot of Cortlandt street. New 
York, on Thursday, June Ist, at ore A. M., 
and will run through to San Francisco on 
express time, making but a very limited 
number of stoppages en route, and it is 
confidently anticipated that the guests on 
the trip will dine in San Francisco on the 
foUowin;; Sunday, thereby assisting in the 
greatest and most remarkable railroad per- 
formance ever attempted. 

riCKKTS POB THE TBIP 

-Are elegantly bound in covers of solid ster- 
ling silver, of unique worlunanihip and 
BBperb finish. 

These are limited in number to sixteen 
(several of which have already been en- 
.gaged), and each entitles the holder — 

1. To passage to San Francisco on the 
special fast train. 

2. To one double berth on Pullman 
Palace car. 

3. Meals en route, on the Palace Hotel 
car, a la eartc. 

4. One week's board at the Palace Hotel, 
Sa Er' - Cisco. 

6. 1 ...t-claes return ticket from San 
Francisco to New York, good until used. 

*»* A limited number of passengers 
will be taken to Chicago, through by day- 
light, ar ug the evening of the same day 
theyleavd New York. 

For passage and all further information 
apply to HENRY C. JARRETT, 

General Manager, 
Pennsylvania Railroad, oSce, .'>26 Broad 



Tim TABLB. 

To Philadelphia, 90 miles from Jersey 
City, 1 hour 45 minutes; Harrisburg, 196 
miles, 4 hours; Altoona, 327 miles, 7 hours; 
Pittsburg,' 444 miles, 10 hours; Chicago, 
913 miles, 20 hours; cross Mississippi River 
at Clinton, 23^ hours; Omaha, 1405 miles, 
32 hours; Cheyenne, 1932 miles, 40 hours; 
Ogden, 2435 miles, C5 hours; San Francisco, 
*.'U7 miles, 84 hours. 

Relays of engines will be provided on 
the route, and the entire signal force of the 
five railroads over which the train will run, 
about 6000 in number, will be on special 
duty during the trip. Flags by day, lan- 
terns by night, and a number of pilot en- 
gines will be brought into requisition to 
keep the track clear. 

Here Cenleni>lal $<lang. 

"Mother," said a promising boy, as he 
came in, whistling, from school the other 
day, slung his satchel full of books down 
on the stair-landing, and elicited a howl of 
agony from bis infant sister by giving her 
a sly punch in the ribs; 'Mother, I hear 'em 
saying at school to-day that this Belknap 
business is all a stall; is it ?" 

"A what, my son ?" inquired the doting 
mother. 

"A "snide' yeu know. A first-class 'bilk' 
on the community." 

"I don't understand yon, Willy, dear ; 
what horrid words those are ; explain your- 
self." 

"Ah, mother, pull down your vest. I 
mean, isn't it a fraud, put-up-job, yon 
know, to get Bel' to give himself away 
and then have Cale Marsh light out for 
Canada so's be can't swear it on 'im. Don't 
you twig ? Where's th' old man ?" 

Whack 1 bang \ came an application of 
slipper suddenly from the rear— the "old 
man" having just entered unobserved in 
■eaioD to wind up the dialogue. 



Rhode Island sends to the Centennial a 
policeman who measures six feet three 
inches. That comes from living in a small 
State. Not having room to spread, he 
ran up. 



Crllerion Uysier iteioon, 210 Kcamy St. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace, — 

Kooin all Fri-co where vou will. 
Is the riiiou'n'd Criterion,: 

Kept by EiiBRSOX Corvillb ! 
He's the Oyster King of Frisoo, 

Bivaive-Cotuul from the East, 
210 on Kearny Street, 

Where all can obtain a feast 
Of delicate Eastern Oysters, 

Or of California's best, 
Drcss'd in any and ev'ry sty'e. 

That's in vofpit from East to West, 
All the 0} sttr-eating public 

l*TotfcBt. without a, quarrel. 
That for Ftu»h< st. Choicest Oyster*, 

Corville can claim the Laurel ! 
Tlicn, fvr Privacy and Comfort 

All hi.^ Laut Patrons tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as well ! 
So cosy, cheerful, elejnLnt! 

You're enchanted !rt a jlance 
With Corviub's oreat Critrkion 

It is ihi; House Par Exckllenck '. ! '. 
Clams, Lobsters and Crabs the freshest 

In tlie Ciiy you get there ; 
With Guinness' Stout and En^'Iish Ale, 

Or Limed "Base's Bitter Beer '." \ 

Sparklin;^ Champapie and finest Wines, 

lmi»ortod by htm cxprtse, 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoiseurs all confess I 
If, Reader, you like sweet Oysters, — 

Your plcasiux to make complete. 
Goto 
EMERSON CORVILl.E'S CRITERION, 

"riie Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 

Every first class dealer keeps the "Standard' 
Shirts, I 

Cloaks, Sacques, Lace Caps and Bonnets, etc.. 
Just received at Palmer's, 7-26 to 734 Uarket St. 

Ta«lele8s Medicines. 

Castor Oil and many other nauseous medicines, 
can be taken easily and safely in Dundas Dick & 
Co.'s Soft Capsules. No taste; no smell. Sold 
by yuur druggist. Ask him for our little book. 

Palmer's have received a new supply of adies 
and children's nnderweai— very dieap— 726 to 7J4 
Uarket street. 



Orders come rn fnm all quartern for the Stan- 
dard Shirtfl. The public appreciate tbem. i 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WHITE A KEARNS 

will rnatmoiKe (hrlr Sixth A«B«<i>n on 

Jons l^.h. at Aubiouh. and irill tibU the prinoipal 
towQi thren^bout Cahfovuia, Nevada and OresOD. 
WANTGL) Tvo ei.d men, also a firat asd tecond 
yioliniat that cui play E Flat asd B ^at Cornet> 
Apply at BloadcU House. V. W. cornet Stecktoa 
and Broodway. :iuDdaT, /one iib, from 12 H to 9 
P M , jtl^t 

AirafUAL PICNIC 

. . . .OF. . . . 

Anialsamatt'd Soc4cl.v of Encinrrrs, Ma- 
rhtniKlA, Mlllwrlelits, BiarksiuKtas 
and Futl^rU'.Wakers, ». F. Branch, 

xo. cse. 

W-ll,L BE HELD AT 

BELMOINT P A T* It, 

On SnndaT, Jnne 4, 1876. 

Train leaves depot, comer of FBurth and Town- 
send BtrectE. at !• o'clock, sharp, and will stop at 
Twei}ty-6i th street. A number of prizes will be 
contested for. .Muaic by Alpor's Band Ticketc, !*! 
each. Children under 13. 50 cents. Tickets to be 
had at 140 First street and 207 Second street, or at 
the car Msmbera of the Brilish lAutuaJ Aid Soci- 
ety aj'e uiTitad to attend. Dancing to commence at 
11 A M n>y2l 



\f ADONIC TEMPLE BATH^, 

NO. 10 POST ST , SAN FRANCISCO. 

Taftor, Ilni Afcr, Meam, Electrical, 

Chemical, Sulpbur. Mercori&l, Acid, Artiilcial Sea 
and otber B»tbti. for the preeervation of Health 
aad Cure of InTalids. 

OXYGEN INHALATIONS. - For Catarrh. 
Tbroiit. Lunc. Nervous and Mental Di8«raR«s. 

•SOLAK RAY SURGERY." -Removes Birth 
Marks, India Ink. Moles. Abnormal Growths and 
difecol orations. 

Dr browns remedy for CANCER - 
Prompt, efficient, and almost painlees. The mof:t 
desperate ca«es are iiirited. No Pay re()uired until 
a cure is effected. 

DR. D. C. ftod MRS. MOORE. 
Hay2:"3m 10 Post Street 



-A.rxxi.ors ! 

For Hiile by the nurtorslenrd, 60 Snlln 

ARMOR, comprieuic Bwlmetfi, Bre'i^tiilateB, Lam- 
berqnins. Wristlets, Antlete, Tighu, Sandals, Tu- 
nics, Togas, Shield*, Combat Sword*. Spear Heads. 
JOHN H M(<-AP,K. 



Maguire's New Theatre, 

BUSH STREET. 

A. D. BOBBRTS Leasee and Maaacer 

Ij-A-TESST 

New York Sensation 

MATT MORGAN'S 

Art Exhibition! 

Xji-^riixro- 

CLASSIC STATUARY 

OF 

Historical & Mythological 

TABLEiAUX. 
3F" 3. 35* «3P "S? 

BBATTTirl}!. 

Young Ladies 



.ASD. 



A Talented & Selected Troupe 



Specialty Stars ! 



Box Office DOW open for ule of £aat(. 
J8l-ti 



Wade's Opera House. 

ly PREP\BATI01«. 

Fates & Furies. 

URE.IT PABI.SIAM SENSATION! 

(JIPEIOO'S FAREWELL ENGAGEMKMT. 
mj27-lw 



Long Bridge ^wimnling Balhs 

Persons can here enjoy tha benefits of SEA 
BATHING, nitbout being expoaed to chilling winds 
and dangtiious currents. 

my27-t! A. TRUWORTHY, Manager.g 



NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 



At a Moctlng of tlie Board of HealCb, 

held OB the 26th of May, A. D 1876, it wa« ordered 
that the following sections of chapter 11 of the 
General Ord«rg of the Board of Supervisore be put>- 
liahed in the daily newspapers : 

[BeiK»rls of PhynlcianB.] 

Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Ue,ilth 
Officer in writing, every patient he shall have labor- 
ing under Asiatic cholera or smallpox immediately 
after he sball b« Batisfitd of tht nature of *he dls- 
•a£e immediately after it shall have occurred. 
{UeporU of Hoa»ehold«rs] 

Sfc. 6. It shall be the duty ef erery boose- 
holder in this city and county to report, in writing, 
to the Health Officer, immediately, the name ei 
every person boarding at his «f her ho«^, whom he 
or Bbe shall have reason to believe to be sick of 
cboleral Dr smallpox, and any deaths •oenmog at 
hie or her boosa from such diaeaae. 

[PersoDi tnfort^d with Smallitox.) « 

Sec. 9. No person attendJBf upon or otberwii 
coming in contact with aay person affected with 
smallpox in such a manner or to such an extent ae 
to render bira liable to eommauicate the diseaM, 
shall go upon any public street w in any way mini;le 
with people not affected with the disease. 
[Problblllng Ui« Removal of Quaran- 
tine FlagA.] 

Sbc. 29. No person Bhall remove a yfllow or 
quarantine flag or placard from any building where 
the said flag or placard shall have been placed by 
the Health Officer or his deouties, without the per- 
mission of said Health Otbcr or bis deputies. 
my29 



READY mm WEEK. 

Bishop's Directory 

For 1876 

will be ready for «lellvery in ONE 

WEEK c. nUining 1,600 fugef and over 100,000 
Names. PRICE ONLY THREE DOLLARS. A 
tborough and speedy canvaes— fresh from the field 
- not seven monttis old as usual with Directories 
heretofore pnbli^bed in San Francisco— but issued 
in a few days from the tinal completion of the cau- 
yas.s— containing all new arriviUs, changes, etc, up 
to date-maliing it truly A DIRECTORY EOR 
16761 

KEMEMBEB THE PBICE IS ' 

ONLY THREE DOLLAR-S. 



iny23-6t 



B. t-. TANDALL. PnblUbrr. 



SmokQ. Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To be tiafi in all !iitorrM and jtaloont*. 

Manufactured by DKNICKE BR ,THERS at the 
WHITE MANS CIGAR FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23-lf 

Prepare, for your C«nl*nnial trip by laying in 
a supply of "Standard" Shirts. i 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

By tbe Nicht or Week, or irlll make 

satisfactory arrangementc with Tbeatxical Compa- 
nies on cbkrisg terms. For particnlan, addren 
J. McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I. 
rfrTFVi-vwB" \» T 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suffering from tbe effect of youthful 
fo)lle« or indiscretion, will do well to avaJI them- 
selves oi this, the greatest booa erer laid at the 
altar of suffering humanity. 

Dr. Spinney will Guarantee to 
forfeit $500 

For every case of seminal weakne:';^ or private dis- 
ease of any tind or character, widen he undertakes 
and fails to cure. lie would, therefore, say to the 
unfortunate sufferer who :iiay read this notic«, that 
you are treading upon dangerouB ground when yoti 
longer delay in seeking tlic proper remedy for your 
complaint. You may be in the first ata^e, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If > ou are bor- 
dering ii]H>n the last, and are sufferj ? eome or all 
of its ill effects, remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procraetiuation, the time mu^t come when 
the most 3ki!Uul pb>-aician can render you no a»- 
aistance; when the door of hope will be cloeed 
against you; when no augel of mercy cat. bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of sucoeas. 
Then let not despair work itself npon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your ca^e is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurriea you to a premature grare 

MiDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacaation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning nensation and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
caui^e, which is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Br. U. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such caaes, and a healthy restoration of the geoito- 
urinary organs. 

All Letters and C4>iiiinunlcatloii« Strict* 
Ij Confidential. 

ConsoltatlonH Frre— Cbar^c^ Moderate* 
Office Ileurs from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

OaUX OE ADDRESS. 

DI7. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Francisco. 



FREE AND EASY. 



4* 



.^ Xj o 



r^. 



«0« MiaaiOK STBEET. 

Rmt BMODd, 

ETerv Saturday Nifl^tit . 

THU«. VrU<U, CteKlrK&n. 

Until FoTtlMr Hotlo*. 

A the test Bongi next Satvrdar Klght, 
KACLES a WILD. 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY, 

Will Open Noveiuher I8t. Variety Tal- 
ent going East or West, wishinjr enga^ementa. wil 
find it to their advantage to addreaa, stating tens ' 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
oc25t CHEYENNE, W« 



1'he ftiaiiJy Art 

OF 

8X2 ZLeX* - X>ESX* £: ^3- C7 33. 



Private Lessons Given in Boxing ! 



PROF. TOM McALPINE, 

Ex>CI>anivion ot Uic IHiddle-WelshU. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B- —Gentlemen can receiTe instruction at their 
rooms or residenoes, if desirable. apl8-tf 

Cards. Cards. Cards. 

."iO of ihc Ncat^-Kt VJSlTIXi; CAKDS yon 

ever saw, witb your namt; beautifully iirintedon them 
sent by return mail upon receipt of 40 cte and ac 
stamp (or ite e<iuivalant in postage stamps.) La- 
dles and CieutN now is your time. Samples of 
our 30 styles of printing and a hat of our 70 kinrtg 
of canlfl. I0*> styles in all combined. Agents price 
list, etc, sent with each new lot, no two alike and 
the latest style. Address all orders to DeFOR- 
RE 8T & GASKILU Sa« Broadway. Oakland. mr27 

-A.. -JS TJ :^ TLb :Ei JELy 

DBKiOI^T AND rilEniST. 

SOLE AGENT Oi" 

Ricord's Specific & Velpeau's 

1330 Dnpont i^treet. between Vallejo 
anil <ireen. apl4-lm 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and cost« less than half as 
much as ordinary Soap*. 

For Sale bj all Dmsglsts and Grocers. 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY, 

1B4 :S*±rt'Ja. Stroots 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent, 



FOLSOM-STREET 

lUdiiig Academy, 

AKD,,.. 

UVEBV STABLE. 

A splendid stock of Horses, 
Phjetons. Saddie Horses, to let 
at all hours, at moderate rates. 
737 and 739 Folsom street, b-tween Thud aud Fourth. 
on .f wii TT,i^^ 1 fvi — 




To r's^iM.ille 




TiBLlW^RE AND AIL GQC 

From which the Silver ie worn, replat«d i 
most durable manner, at the Sak Fran 
Gold Axn Silveji i-L,ATiNG Works, 

Nos. 653 asd 655 Mission Sti 

Betwe«n New Montgomery and Third S( 

A Fine Stock of Tablewi 

For Sale at the Lowest Bates. 
E. e. DENNISTO.V Propri 



YOUR SPIRIl 

Friends Can be Seen by Attend 1b« 

Seances of the GREATFST MATERIAL!: 
MEDIUM in the world, 

MRS. C. M. SAWYE 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE, SHOW HAND 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO BE RE 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEN, 



Honest investigators call and eee lor them: 
every evening eicept Monday and Thuriday. ; 
residence of MRS, C. M. SAWYER. 13 
street near Market Seances begin at 7i o'ol 

FOK A GOOD 5 CBMT OL&SS 

BEEP., ALE OR PORTEB, 




SW ECR 

MARKET &3"-°S 

Wines, LianorN and Cigans of tbe 
Quality, f< 

ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTITU 

,.., DIRECTED BY..,, 

Prof. D.^peranz 

Lessons on the Piano and in Sing 
I8O0 STOCKTON STBEET, S. F. 



OYSTER HOUSE 

1004 

MABKET STBEET ABOVE POV 

The best Oysters. Chops, Roaste and Ga 

the market. Private appartments for FamUit 

Ladles. Family orders delivered to resldenw 

of extra charge. Open all night. 
fe21-tf A. 8. SMITH. Prrpri* 



CLAY-STEEET 

BIDINCi ACAOE-UY, 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is th* most elegant 
and commodious Riding 
Acadenty in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particn- 
lar attention paid to teaching beginners' 

BeS4 A MARSHALL, cpri 




SnLVER & FABENS, 

Designers and Engravers on 7i 

332 Clay St., (Sterett'K PrlBliDj: OflO 

BUILDINGS, LETTER-HEADS, MONOGI 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, Etc. 

Plain, or in a Variety of Col< 

fell-lm 




Flr!it-Clas« nEXTISTBT for lei^s l 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at comer i 
ket and Stockton than an firet^cla&s Dental 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain by 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
feMm COCHRAJJE b RICHMC 



ONE MILLION 

WANTED AT PAR. FOR GOODS. 
726, 7'^S, 730 and 733 



Advetisers . Ta ke Not 

I am distiibntinx Cards, Clrc 

Handbills, etc.. on the route between here i 
rameuto— both by the VaiJejo and Stockton 
including ali way towns, and am prepared 
tribute all Jdnde of Advertising matter o 
route*'. Orders solicited. Temjs moderat 
dress JAMES IIARRAHAN, American J 
Hotel, Sansome etreet. N. B.— I can rtifer 
mission to the prwprietora of the Amerii 
change Hotel and the Publi^er of FiOAJiO 
manner in which I do their work. 



Wood's Opera Hot 

I4>S ANGELES, CALA. 

J. B. RYAN A CO rr< 

COL J H. WOOD Business 

TbiK Kew Theatre will oven 

about May 15th, as a first-class Variety 
aeating capacity, 700; stage, 35i40 feet- th^ 
BtaHC of any theatre in the city, M^th back 
galleries. Wanted, at all tiau-s. first class 
People, also an A No. 1 Stable Manager, 
the year round. Address COL. J. H. 
Business Manager Wood's Opera House. 
P. B.— Wonid like to bear fron all my < 



YERBA SANTA 

TROCHES 

Strengthen the Voic e and 
Believe Cough. 

W. M. SEARBY. DEUGGIST, 

869 Market St. 

Opposite B-iMwiuJ Theatre; also, 
corner KoUom and Fifth bta. 




'Here. There and Everywhere." 



EatabUalied 1865 



SAN FRAirCISGO THURSDAY, JUKC 1 1976. 



VOU XZIIX. 



\*"- ' 


STYL» II 




»» Tklrd Street. 



-J 



WADE'S OPERAHOUSE 

Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 



rRHa)ERICK 

AMKS J. BaRTI.RTT 



w RPRT LKSSEE AKD MANAGBR 

W. BLKl gj^g ManaeCT 



OF THE YOUNG ENGLISH TRAGEDIAN, 




IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OF 



T7HE3 



m 



Or, The Battle of Agincourt. 



n all its Original Splendor, with a powerttil cast of forty speaking charac- 

Xers. F ?e Huiilred Auxiliaries, a Chime of Church Bel B, Grand 

Operatic Chorus, New Scenery, Correct Costumes, Warlike 

Implements, Original Music and Superb Tableaux. 

LING HENRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

>uke or«ilostcr brothers to the Wr Osb^Jrac 

>uke ul Bedfurd King I i H *?JJf]?M 

tidteofVork Cousin to ttie KlBB mi- kendr 

Satlof Siaisfcnry. vT" Wilkes 

Jarl or Westmoreland ■^'^' JJ„_i„* 

lorl or Warwick Mr Meadows 

krchbtahoporcanteibnry lll?^eT^n 

tUhODol Bly , •. F rimvea 

lurlot Cambrldue conspirators against «: «ialloway 

X) rd. scroop fbe Kins. Mr. Daltoi 

ilr Thomas Oray 1 I mV il<Jrrl««n 

llr Thomas KrpiiiXham officers in King "^ iWn "an" 

S«eu?n Wm. Scaaen 

^"iiiiim« •• ^'"'""'' '^ ^'°^ '''°'''' '^""' I ::::::: ja^:*j."Ba"*irtt 

(PUyed by him 76 nights at Booth's Theatre, New Yorli.) 

(Srm..... " . .. I Formerly Servants to Falstaff, Ccoree Ooshlll 

»l"dOlph..... . Now Soldiers in King I ^ffi,S"j^ 

flslol. ' HenrvB Arm». I jonn .lacii 



Boy. 



L Uoi-ald 



Now 

.... I Henry's Army. '•■i;'.^'; 

(As played by him at Booth's Thaalirc, "■ «■) r._»«,,iii« 
Servant tJ the above Mis* ^^'^^.'SfeVli^n 



..Mr. Seiips 



tmba.s<iador, rrom Chas. VI ■■-■-- ... 

Eliarte.Vl ...KlnB of France. ..........^ 



Lewis.. 



L«W1S »."<' m»«M|..u« -- -. 

I>nkc or BurfrniiUy 'w w 

Onke ot tHrlrans 'mV-'b-i'ii 



,the Waaphln „„ ,£„,„„, 

Shaw 

e«t«B 

IFrcncU soldier... """ V M*" Br"o^ 

£Smbi"lV'''" "i J"rr-;'i ;::::::::::::::: •■.:v.i«r"-BiioVbaTS 

?l!V.?.«rV^ French Lords M,. Mowbray 

aV'y^rZroi iiaUenr . . . ^ .'. «i...f Fdmo"" 

MIountjoy a French Herald Cb^ iK.T,rY,m 

rhe Btshop or Bourges Wti^ Marv {oom 

PrlncfHs Katlierlne •• ™»»* Mary wonns 

l»ame Uulekly (PlHols '»"«) » ""i**^^ ci.a,. Edi"""' 

Ifiabei. ■.'.'. diicen or France '•""S; '"^i"'*'*.'' ""*** 

Ulce....alady attendant upon the Princess **"*,'Jfg^,*".j,,a„c 

CiTic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries, Knights, Nobles, Pa^e^,!'*'!'". °' *^* 
Dourt, and other attendants, Soldiers, Citiiens. ChUoren.etc, by 410 auxiliaries, 
»nd 6 'magnificently caparisoned Horses. 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell. 

THOS MAGUIRE Propribtor 

Positively tlie I«ast We&k 

OF THE FAMOUS 



PROF. LING LOOK. KELLER, 

CUNARD AND YAMADEVA. 

Pronounced Dy the Press and Public, the 

Wonders of the 19th Century! 

1— New and Marvelous Experiments by 

during which he will produce his fireat London HenHation— 

THE FLYINC CAGE. 

3— lite Mysterious and Uucxplalnable 

laa Fete de Las Sspadas^ 

Introducing the Inimitable and Only 

3-ME8SBS. 

In their Slnrtllns 

Spiritual Darh Sleancesi 

4— The Masterpiece or all Illusions, 

liA CBN A INFERNAL, 

As performed over 3,000 times, and be/ore all the Crowned 
Heads or Europe by 

NOTE— Between Parts Two and Three, the Curtain will only fall, for to im- 
mediately rise again, and the audience are requested to keep their seats. 
Between Parts Three and Four there will be an Intermission of Ten Minutes 
Seats can be secured Six Days in Advance. 

FRIDAY, June 2— BENEFIT of PROF. LING LOOK— when a Gala Bill 
will be presented. 

SATURDAY, June 3— FAREWELL MATINEE, Positively. 

SUNDAY, June 4— BENEFIT of PROP. KELLER and last appearance 
in th's city. 

Strakosch Grand Opera Company 

Belocca, Tom Karl, Tagliapietria, 

Under the Direction of MAURICE 9TRAK0SCU, 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and PowoU 

T. MAGUIRK „ 

. — -„-»,- »_,,,,„ _ ■y^\,-',V';^; '\'l"l ;■; PfcorwBTpa 

Tbc Manuij.inont has the honor to announcs an togtfttnvnt wlii, u. 
r,nowntd Impreoarfo, 

IVCAURIGE STRAKOSCH 



OF THE.. 



OPERA COMPANY 

For the Afipcarauce of Iht C«l«br«««d rrima Po'.,», 

Mile. Anne de Belocca 



The Famous Tenor, 



Tbe iDimlUble Baiitom, 

Signor TAGLIAPI£TRA 

Under the pwscnal di»«'cl>on «f 

MAURICE STRAKOSCH 

In ft Hfriri <>f 

Grand Operatic Concerts 

POSITIVELY 

Limited to Six in Number! 

COMMENCING ON 

etoesday, JnneTth 

Due Notice will be <.'ivea of the Sale M Svala, Scale of PncM, au 



K CARD TOJHE PUBLIC. 

On Monday last i was engaged 
by Dr. Haskell as Stage Mana- 
i;erforthe Palace Opera House, 
under the representation thathe 
fiad engaged the Theatre for one 
irear, and that he Intended to en- 
ter in the business legitimately 
Kvith abundant means to back the 
enterprise. Findingthese repre- 
sentations to be entirely un- 
rounded, 1 hereby give notice 
that I have revoked my engage- 
ment, and take this method of 
notifying all Ladies and Gentle- 
men engaged by me that I will 
lot hold myself responsible for 
the fulfillment of their engage- 
ment terms, as I have the best 
>f reasons foe believing they will 
lot be complied with. 

JOHNNY TUER8. 

itan Francisco, June I, 1876. 




Patented Aug. 16, 1870. 



Grand Reopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard & Jones 

HAVE REOPENED THEIR 

Mngniflcet Shoe Parlor ! 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



.ON., 



Solo Agents for the LILY YOUNG, PRATT & 
BRACKET'S Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Genuine cxoept stamped with our Trade Mark; Sole 
Agents for SAMUEL DUNBAR & CO'S. Fine Misses' and 
Children's Shoes, and GRAY BROS. Extra-Fine Ladies' and 
Misses' New York Shoes. The lari;est and finest stook of 



OQXSTTVXI^ G. ^VJ^^ry'Bt 



LADIES' and MI3SKS' 8HOE.S in the City. Every pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 



(SXTCCE8S0BS TO BKEE8 ft UATNARD.) 
Koamy St e«t, one Door trom Boah Stroot 



Uew Oljrmpic Variety 

Southeast Corner Tblrd and Mlsslos Streeto. 

J. HARRINGTON rROPRiRTOR 

Johnny Tukh-s Stage Manager 

ISADOBB Franb Musical Direct<jr 

Randolph Dixon S cenic Artiat 

FIRST APPBAJtANCE OF 

nvEoiriris '\ps7'g1.g13.. 

THIS ^VJ^^yfi::":-:"-"-::"-:;- ■:"::"-:::*^^..} 

Curtain Rise? .Tt 8 o'clock 1/J minutes. 

la which the Olympic SUfrc will be SEATED TO ITS 

UTMOST CAPACITY. 

Grand Walk-Around by all tbe Danerrs In Town. 



Overture 

rioe; 

Ml»» lilUIA LIVIWeSTOK. 



.Orrhr«lra 
.Morris Welaii 
IS SO.Nt^n 



Overture ~~rT?"rrrrT7TT?T7'T^~'~~7~7r~'~"~Torrh^^ ra 
t'ouilc SoniE i'?,"." lL-11,''^'*^"' *■ 

The T-oiro Comiques. 

West .jjjj.— vi— L52!J;>i^.;j.OO;^ 

.llg If orrU Wclr* 

In Loral »onBK_or_tlieJ»8£j 

lligbland I'HnB v^;^^^;,:;^ -,^^x::_-:x. : , J''Xi".""''?" 

Tbe Unly Firsl-( lii«'> IMilrh < nnir.lian iu 

Xbu Franrlsro. ^^ 

B„„c KannT Mrbulrr 

.lOlliv.Sl Y I.ILLON 1^ '*''i J '.*„';^'l;j 

']Bllly 'West! 

The «'b«nipt«H Bone Plajer o* »be_»0Tld^^^ 

OVERTUKHlLlitothflPOOKHOLSK 

JOn.M.M Tl KBS. 

With a .\ew Snow Storm Hceiie_l»> j' J ^^^ 

tlvei^ure^^^^^^^^^;^^;;^^;.^^^^,:^^^ 

HOW FAR IS IT ? 

Howard Roia_. And W.lch 

Hone and Uanee ....._.. BUlr Jfal^^ew • 

" ilVE'TahfUTES^IXraiElMISrtlON 

oveMuTeT:.: '::.." ':-^------C--l-i.-ii-J*'i*!z:lif 

Now Comes the Roj.l 

Which will Miuln.l you of ILENK I.AIAVUK. th.. b.«l Can 

fan Dancer In the World 

Which Is put upon the Ht«(((! 'cftardlcss of Gipon«o wUh Wcw 

Scenery by R DIXON. (;oiitumt«. tiy M.Mh TEKMK. 

l'rop.,rll0M. by KPKd 

FralltT. the Belle of the till rile n. r,ll#fl llarrlnelon 

(Hiving a true idea of the »tyli tlicy ao it I" '«"- ' 
Mr. I,iidue....the .Sport and l'r..priutor. ... Bll 1 We.l 
J umbo... Late or the Ocortfia MlnnlreU but now h..ldlni! 
a bdlct to show them_up to^thcOirjlcn^. Jlo_BnBy_^l nrrs 

Note-On Saturday Evening ntit, Bve New Lidlea; four Hong 
and Dance Artist?: one Serio Comlipie. 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. W. comer Kcamy and Pine Stro«ta. 

JIM HOCKl!IO * GEOROE PETER-S rRnPHIKToma 

Prank Mortimori B.ftnMa sod Hu«« Mtr.^gm 

K. Schmidt Momcal IHrMTVw I Hfi«bey Mnrtmi. . .. 7r..«.n* r 

IM.MENSK SUCCES!- vy 
l.MMKN'-K .Mc ( l>->. (U 

ALP BERNARD ! 

TBI: CBKAT NINir. 

THIS EVENINO JUME I 

Ths Perlormaoc* wUl C o uumncs wttk • 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

Fhiishlng with th« PLANTATION WALK AIV»iM) 
MedleT Ovrrtnrr ArrliMtrw 

.A. If. :oom«.irci. 

i> "'■"_'"»"i*j*"ji_f^ 

LITTLE^ GEXK R A L ! 

ii«^%f;r HO^ii Kwit (ooriB 

Itiinln Hnlo Mlw F'«ll 

'im'klkV" ViCiEM** ...T.V' ""'i^S 

IS/L O n. T? I "BUL E! FL 

HO^tTT ^I.TTir BliltlOBr. 

Going Home to Dixey 

OLD URN HKR««Ani) VOITHfl Bll^ "THi!ifJ!L55^'' 
PIrolo "tolo "!-«•• rau»»H*«" Tolfca ttrrWtr* 

Sonc and Danes Johnnr Pritx* 

Senate - - - - and his Banlo 

i*M»ir. «.IBI .»•••» tnurtm 

Dutch BLIIW^ lO . 8onK«» 

Oomeastic Troublee. 

WalU'c >'''" *' ' "'.' '"il" 

tTi^et i»«l»-"«»r»M rolli»~ . "[.""i'^a 

BiYiin ^r.TMi uri.! •«•.■■ 

CjAXV - C>MV. 

Ilrnnlt. Ihr rarl.l.in n-llr Ml., i^",*' 

Mrn. t ll/wllllnni. 

Jiinil". 

«lr. >ll>vtilllam>, 

la.lnr. rroprictor "f v 

Mr s..nt<-llow Dutch .taJti/' 

.M.,i. I'rrrte .{ KafllJb Tmif1.i. 

M>.>,a lliuMr I 

Mil- fjlK't.lp ~ 

Mlip. l.aOr«niif- A 

Mllx I.* >'"»' 

Mlet Olru. Watlen. AtUurUiw. Bit 1 1 'r,< • • n i.. 



rax osoAM or AxvsMxam. 

PubUitMd Krarr On In ttw Tur. bf 

*T^— 

»a^ Merrluial RlrKl. bplow Monlcoinerr 
(tan t'ritiicUc*. 

r*' rMitribote.! Krc«' lhr(in«houl th i City d»U7^ 
BOUtjB I'ROOKAMMi; tor tlie (oUoirio* pl»o« o* 

California Theatre; 
Wade's Opera Boose; 
Baldwin's Academy of BCosle; 
Uagulre's New Thontro; 
MaKulre's Oi>era Bouse; 
Piatt's Ball 
Buckley's Varieties: 
New Olympic Theatre; 



THinWDAY JUNK 1 



Amusements, Etc. 

Baldwin'* AradrniT of HaAlc. 

A few more altbXt »nJ the IlltuionlitJ will Imt* 
«u ABODfit otfaw tbiogs that in>tt«rla<ulr dla- 
sppMir«<l Imat nl^llt wfts a dUmond, tbe ^rop«rt7 of 
tJia Mua««r, but wbettaor it want up with tie tlylBg 
cxo or dovn Linf Look ■ throat, h&i not yet baen 
detarained. we baliere Liog Look'a beaaftt to-mor- 
row oiibt 
Wade'* Opera Boaae. 

Th* forgaoui iTectacJe of ' Haorj V " itlU can- 
tlooM to attract large audiaooaa Tbero are seTcral 
peopla in tha aut daaarTiog of maotlon, aoma of 
wkoo we aball refor to t»-dar. Plaf auji danut. 
Miu Mary Yanng mut altbar ba a good PreDch 
aebolar or muit bare baen marTelloualy caacbad' 
to glTe bar Krenok acanea so correoUy and witb anah 
vsciion : we inclinr to tba former oplnljo. Bfrs 
Vartoa Biuk plays Isabel witb the (Juiat grata be- 
attlng a depoaed qae«u. and Mlsa (iertla OraaTlUa 
a* Pistol's boy was pretty, and arab. though occ^ 
alooaUy unlatolUyiblo 

■acvire'* New Tkealrr. 

Tbr sangs In the Ant part for thLi week ara par- 
ticularly g'>od, Tyrrell. Fredericks, Till* and Oba- 
nat forming a quartatte of t^non of more than or- 
dinary quality. The choruses are generally most 
eojoyabla spadmanj of harmony and ladact great 
eredit on wboarer baa had the arranging of them. 
**dhe Wa^ Led Aatray" i-i tlia jrU^ d' r^tUlmtot 
this waek 
•vera Beanr. 

Tbu time of tha Oaorgiaa i^ rapidly drawing to a 
cloaa. oa on Moaday momhig they fold thslr wings 
«Bd silently Hoat away All should see them ere 
they float. Tba pro^ramnie for to-night is fall of 
tba bast things thfrM artists proffer, embracing a 
kofit o( daooas. soegs and acts all character Utic and 
origijiaJ 
Oatlfcmla Tkentre. 

Tho kccnery alone la tba "Coraiesn Brothers" a* 
yresentod at this theatre is worth the prica of ad- 
mission Tba cievcrly managed aorva in tba lobby 
of tha opera, tha scane of tha carnival, with tier oa 
tiar fall of ptople in tba distaice, the Corsican 
iMoie, aad tha Wintar wood -scene ara all splendid 
esamplas of seaoic art Mr Porter snrely desarraa 
Bsehpraitefor tha skill and rapidity displayed in 
«ka prrparatlao of tbes^ tableau i | 
MrakaaeJi llailMi Opera. 

On Wednaaday next, what id known as the Strak- 
«ach Oyara Troupa. make their first appaaraaes in 
a»o Prandaoo at this tbaatra Mr Manriea Strak- 
••h. andar whoaa penoaal direction the astertaln- 
aaanta viU h* giraa, ha* daddad not to aasay opera, 
•a th* aeauant of the •aocaens difflcully in cat- 
tlBC t aga th sr as aaeWDt support in this city, but 
ta gin aiz concert*, ia which the calebrated Ru- 
•Ua ptima daoaa. tha tenor Tcm Karl and tba bar- 
ilaaa Btfoar TkII*)»>-'» will all make their ap- 
paaraoc*. 

%«cUer8 lew TariMT Tkeacr^ 

Tba new act of Ih* UtUa General and Alt. S^: 
aard eatitiad "Oosag Home to Dixie. " wsi a peat 
we aas tail alfbt and he'b performers are far- 
■*««* 

■cw Olraple Tarlety Tkeatre. 

Morr,j Wrirb make* L's Snt appearance here t»- 
Bifht. Harry Howai'l. JohiiDy Taer*. Billy West 
a»d tha Can -Can~ are CO the bill 

Weed ward's Cardeas. 

Ob Bataidaf sad Swiday. Berana thelChampalo- 
Siaa. Iks riildsB Telcelpediat. Mile. Clarissa in 
hm t>«llk«i VI^BIB Lea*, aad the Variety Trsope. 
Aa •tebcrsU vocklag Dwdd at a twenty-stamp 
I Bemal HaigLt ore. 



THE EDITOB'a END. 

The editor'* fitca was darkened, 

hy a look of wild des|iair; 
Odc band a stubby pencil clutched. 

The cilicr clutched hi* fa air. 

He had watched each mail for s fortnigb\ 

Witb a keen and wistful aye. 
All! ercrr time the poatmao r'Oj, 

«i.<i heirt »ith hope brat hl^h. 

But tba loDg-looked-for subscription 

Still failed his heart to cho<r : 
And the cash hi* paper broii(ht him, 

Wouldn't paj lor a (rla** of beer 

So h* tat in hi* inky (anctuni, 

And wept o'ar hi* erael lot. 
And his reason tottered en her thr.n». 

Till she fairly was upaot. 

Then he seticd a wora-ont r;>ller 

And slabbed himself in the breast.; 

And they laid him ont on the imposing stone. 
To take his Snal rest. 

And thoagh tbey found his form was knocked 

Into creriastiog pi, 
They lacked hlra op in a «alnut case 

And planted it under ttie aky. 

Bew a Women Bead* a Newspaper. 

Somsbodx says that one who will wsteb 
a woman read a oewapaper will get 
some new ideas on the aharacteristics of tba 
i,'entler sex. She takes it up hurriedly and 
begins to scan it over rapidly, as though sbs 
was hnntins some particular thing; but she 
ia not. She is merely taking in the obacure 
paragraphs which she half believes were 
put in out-of tbe-way places for the solo 
purpose of keeping her from seeing them. 
As she finishes each one her countenance 
brightens with the comforting reflection 
that she has outwitted the editor and the 
whole lace of men, for she cherishes a vague 
belief that newsjiapers are the enemies of 
of her sex, and editors its chief oppressors. 
She never reads the headlines, and the 
hugb telegraph heads she nerer eren sees. 
She is greedy for local news, and devours 
it with the keenest relish. Marriages and 
deaths are always interesting reading to 
her, and advertisements are exciting and 
stimulating. She cares but little for print 
ed jokes, unless they reflect ridicule upon 
the men, and then she delights in them and 
never forgets them. She pays particular 
attention to anything enclosed by the quo- 
tation marks, and conaiders it rather better 
authority than anything dnt, handed. The 
columns in which the editor airs bis opin 
ions in leaded hifalutin she rarely reads. 
Views are of no importance in her esti 
mation, but facts are everything. She 
generally reads the poetry. She dosen't 
always care for it, but she makes a practice 
of reading it, because she thinks she ought 
to. Rhe reads stories, and sketches, and 
paragraphs indiscriminately, and believes 
every word of them. Finally, after she 
has read all sbs intends to, she lays the 
paper down with an air of disappointment, 
and a half-contemptuous gesture, which 
says very plainly that she thinks all news- 
papers miserable failures, but is certain 
that if she had a chance she coald make 
the only perfest newspaper the world had 




will ks toaad a l*agthy and 
i1l«>*liih eaoeeming tb* 
train, far which we are 



last. Miss Bitto BhaCeld. of 

died aoddaaly of heart dUaaaa 

DBcmber of the profee- 

vety feaaeal aateao. Oalf 




' etty CriM (§-!• upvaijs. 



o< Uacn SnIU io 



If*. Cass C WomamL (lata D. 8. A.), oOm 



f V dt* 'Mas ! iii ii ac «« o in ry. (d to Okoty's, for 
mwj (MAt a Wacwr's, lOT Mnlglisisn' t. 

*r«* Ksk«MU«s. 



" I 'h i n mmrr ■a««r«a / at Tewasead'a Candy 
Wtr.uirf, Mo. «T Marfead stnat, where yoo can 
^•n v/v sas flt i art r—li <i 

Wfcr •• i k m saa d Btmu 

._2r«^ Mi Bartat almt. a*a* flsMMM. MiO Bore 
••"'•^ ••»«•*» hoMa •■ Ifc* «*»» B e t a ua a 
l*'**imf » ■ " *' " laantlaMseaaMaaloradaUy, 
^ ^ ""^ « ^ *■» haM ar at IS tnll**at* par rail 

BVM8 AASA4M* 
■a«7W, lis* MalaalattdiMr IfiMtoai 
1 Ml saa a ws a« llTMrt BtraaC 
'-'. mmy araalac aseapt Mondar ariO 



• ' at dt* l«»*gt prtaaa, at R. A 

> <« »mrm4 a ad Blastoa A 

^ ^ksSai^ ftm^try^ s<4. OsM said 



*» .~. »aia»<rls \ tWHm tit mff Vtr tl M 
p**r 7M»»7U " ' " 



rant ai t>.a (Uiid, 
'aslMrale. • 



■•■asers 

Of AmnsemeoU, Excoisioos, Lectores, and 
Ontoerls, are directed to the splendid Printing 
KstaJjIishmeDt of B. F, Sterett, (82 CUy Street 
over the Ssn Fruxuaoo Market. The laigMt f oet* 
ars. In Plain or Fancy Uolora, are turned out in 
the shoitest possible srace of time. Also, Bean 
tUul Prograinmesi ncksts, eta, etc, printed to 
suit the most fistkUoua. Mr. Sterett keeps odd- 
I'antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers ol every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little In advance ol plain white 
paper. Streamen of various sizes, from U to 42 
|r>ch letters, in stock, d all colors of paper and 
ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. IhJs well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1860 
snd lias been in suooeastol operation ever since. 

»<1 



Be Net Boner trom Coras. 

The nnforttmste sufferers trom Cams, Bnnione 
dab and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applytsg at Dr. R. B. Ootran's Institute, re- 
moved to W7 Ksaniy street, between Batter and 
Bosh, from lU>9r. u. We spaak from ezperi- 
eoee, having tested the Doctors capability. B«t- 
glveo if reqjlred. a 



New Htore ! .New Goods ! 

C. H'.TiDann, for a number of years with J. C. 
Meuaedorfler %hrn., has opened atNo. 402 Kearny 
street, ri^ar Pine, with a splendid stock o4 Hats 
and Cape. "The finen goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. ■ 



Barry ap Tboac Batter t'akcs. 

Who baa cot tried them? New York Butter 
Oakaa and OolTe t'/i 10 oenta, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster Halooo, 617 Uallfomla street, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of tfae night and day. 
J. H. Bum*. Proprietor. * 



The original "Swain's Balcery' Is now establldied 

a their maf^nificent new place at 213 Sutter street 

ear Centra Market, and has added a lunch room 

and Ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 

boslncs 



Bllllnerr «w«ds, 

Whr<laaale and ratA 
llvkei street. 



at Pa asf s, 72C to TM 



Tk« Ladl^a of Haa Pranclaca 

Will beglsd (o lorn "f the opening of fimt- 
elas* 'iBcas at 024 Ciay street, opposite Kohlcr, 
Chase k Co'*, where they can be Bupj>il«d with 
tTSt-c)a*a Cbrficsa domestic servants at ahort no 
tloe. We heartily recommend Messrs. King k 
Merrttt aa g< ntlMuan who will study In every way 
u> pteaae their cnstomera. a 



Tk« ttreca Bssaii 

TMs popolar resort ol the professloa and al 
spknras who can aupreclate ffoal Ilmion and a 
good hiBeh, Is dlsactly opposite the Canfomia llio- 
atra. H has Jost beea beautifully tresoorl and is 
DOW a muM ul taste and eieinuioa. KverytKjdy 
g*^j9 t/j tha Oraen R/tom t^tween the acts. x 



Bea'l Brip Pay Otker Peepie's DcMs, 

Bat ft, to the Pnmltura and Bedding Store of 
J. A. inwijar k Co., 707 Market street, naarThIrd, 
ai>d •><« fall r B per cant, by bnyinvof ibem. Their 
m'/ttr> la : "haj tnr cash, and sell for oash," there- 
f'>r« th^r faav* do bad debts to malie up out of *<■ 
»»» vrnfH* 



VEBSICAL ODDS AWB BNOS. 

This sample of the poetry of science 
gives us the offspring of a chemical wed- 
ding : 

Messrs. Water and Oil 
One day had a br -U, 
Aj duvn 111 the grass they were dropping. 
And would not unite. 
But continaed to fizht, 
WIltaOBl any prospect of stopping. 

Mr. Prsrlash o'erheard. 

And, quick as a word. 
He jumped in the midst of tha clashing ; 

Wlien all three a;reod. 

And unit*d with speed. 
And Soap came out ready for washing- 



Tim WIDOW. 
Her smiles are tempered by her si^hs, 

Rer garb scarce veils her glory; 
The tender glamour of her eyes 

Enshrines her and her story. 

No greenling girl, nor spinster tart. 
She's all thisigs that become her; 

Ha> life, hsr beauty, and her heart 
Are ia their Indian Summer ! 



Affiietrons very Boro long time she bore, 

Which the physicians really seemed to haie her; 
And though she vreighed 4<X) pounis or more. 
Lightly she waltzed down to Jordan's shore, 
And went up in the golden elevator. 
Uene to meet Daniel Lambert. 



Br our pastor psrplext, 

Ifcw sha'I we determlae ? 
"Walch and prlky," says tb* text; 

"Qo (0 sleep," says the sermon. 

'Bbe following poetical advertisement in- 
dicates humorously, but very truthfully, 
how much a man expects of his wife: 
Wanted-'A wi/o who can handle a broom 
To brush d'jwn the cobwebs and sweep up her 

room; 

Can make decant bread tbat a fellow can eat. 
Not the horrible cempeund you everywhere 

meat; 
Who knows bow to boil, to fry and to roast. 
Make a good cup of tea aad a plittar of toasl; 
A woman that washes, cooks, irons, and stitches, 
And sews up the rips in a f .-How's old clothes, 
And maktis her own garments—an item, (oo, 

which is 
6a hornd cxpcnehe as everyone knows ! 
A common-sense creatore, and still with a mind 
To teach and to guide exalted, refined : 
A. sort of an angel and housemaid combined. 



Regarding the Amsriean "walkist" now 
in England we find the foUowiag : 
A footprint on the sands of time 

Most men essay to tracs oa; 
Thsrc's one will surely leave bis mark — 
That's Weston, Edward Pac*-on (Paysonj! 

«- 

These I'ennp Ones Again. 

"Miss Smith, does a cormorant eat 
strawberries?" "Law ne ! no, child. 
What put that into your head ?" " 'Caiise 
ma told Sarah not to bring out the straw- 
berries and cream until that old cormo- 
rant, l4iss Smith, had left." Aboat ten 
minutea afterwards, that child and his 
mother w*at up into the attic and played 
"peas hot and peas cold" for neitrly an 

hour, 

*. 

SADDLE BO€K. 

EuBOSON CORVULS IS the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster tame I 
He has the finest ever bred, 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oysters steVd, or Oysters roast. 
Curried or Pried, aiikc's his boast f 
To CoRviLLE'a famous Saddle Rook, 
The fashion of all Frisco flock ! ! ! 

At 416 Pn<-s Stebbt, mand. 

This noted rendezvous you'll find, 

Ei/SOAKT rniTAn KoOHS are there 

To accominudate his Patrons fair. 

Who, as they take their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure aJl the while, 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Sabdu Boos. 

Ehekson CoaviiiLB is, to-day, 

L&recst Importer oo the Bay, 

And the whole trade noon the Slope, 

Admit tiiat none with him can cope 

And then for Clams, — soft or hard bheH,— 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng the 

block 
Where st&nds the famous Sadou Rook. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wince and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Ouinuess' Stout, 
(The two best lines, withottt a doubt.) 
Of bright Ch mpigne the finest brand ; — 
Tea, (>>ffee and Chocolate always on hand. 
Visit CORVUiLS's but once— at all others 

.vou'II mock,— 
Fur there are nDne can compare with the 

Saddls Rock! 

BiUKSOK COBVTLLh'S SADDLS ROCH OtSTKR SaI/>09, 

41 S Pino Btreut, opposite the Market. ck 



IjiO 

«X" 3F1. jA. 

When You 



Standard 

FOE SALE BY 

NEUSTADER BROS, 



Ask For 



TRADE 

N.B 

MARK. 

YYV 



Shirts 

ALL DEALERS. 

MANUFACTUR 



METROPOLITAN THEATRJ 

SACKAMKNTO. 

TThlg very desirable property Is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and is 80 
feet on K street by ICO deep, runuiug to the 
alley in Ibo rear The Theatre is a very good one, 
and is well stocked with soenery and all the appli- 
ances neoedsary to the production of any orlinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and $400 per 
month It would cost about 890,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like the buililin«r in quenUon; but 
this dciirable property can be bou«ht (or $33,000 
cash. Parties wishing to negotiate for the theatre 
can writ* to W. K. MORROW. Saoramento. 

W. K. MORROW, 
For Bent.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writing to above address W K 
MORROW. de3+-tf 



The Collateral Loan aad SaTinca Bank 
Company 

This day announce through the columns of 
FiuAito, that a bank ha* been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearny streets for the purjioae of 
making a specially of L.oanlng Money on Collateral 
Security, aucb as diamonds, silver pUte. jewelry, 
etc., subject to the Ic^al rate of interest, namely, 
4 per cent, per month. Reference to the adveraise- 
m<nt will satisfy every one that the Directory of the 
Bank i* oompoeed of wealiby aad well-tmawn busi- 
nea* man whose name* inapiie oonfidence at a 
glanoa. and ar^, a gtiaraatea that tba affairs of the 
inatitntloo will be ooodncted fairly and honorably. 
The bank itself is something that ba* long been 
ncoded. and tho*e who are unfortunate in stocks 
etc , will now have a bou:-e of refuge. w 

Tke Antelope Oyster Uoiue. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Bastem transplanted oysters excel soy other in 
market EsUbllsbed in U164. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomerv. B 
-♦ 

Don't Pay Fancy Prices 

By KoinK Ui Montgomery or Kearny street to 
get your hate, when you can buy the very finest 
class «f goods considerably cheaper than in either 
of thes* streets by calling at '"Ihe" Ilat Store, 
647 Washington street, below Kearny, besides, 
having a splendid and complete assortment to 
choose from. This is a posltire fact, and everyone 
la sure to be pleased U they call at the above 
piaoe. u 

The next tm>« you require Shirts, ask lor Ibe 
'8 andard" Brand. 

Tyrolean Ooneert. 

Alao other performance*, every night at the 
Tivoli Gardens, northwest cornet Sutter and Btook- 
too atreete. Admlaaion kee. • 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Frintlng for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursiona, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BS 

B. r. STSB.STT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



S. F. &N. P. R.R.& STEAMERS. 

... AMDTBB 

FULTON & GTTEBKVJILE R. B. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On an<l after Honday, Mny 99, lg?6, 
the Steamer JAMKS M. DONAHUE. Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Green-stroet Wharf daily tSun- 
days eicepted) at 7 A. u and 3 r. h.. coacecting 
at Donahue laanding with the cara for Petaluma, 
CloTerdale and way stations. The oars will leave 
CloTordalc daily (t^undayaexoeptedl at 3 a. m. ami 
3:30 P. H.. coDuecting with steamer at Donahue for 
San Francisco. Ck>»e connections made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and Gueraville Road for Koebell's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminua of the road. 
Shortest and quiefecst route to the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close stage 
eonsectiona made for Litton's, Ska^^s' Mark West. 
SaDta EUAa White Sulphur. Bartlett'a. Ui^^land 
and Harben's Sprfngs. Also. ^Jkiah, Point Arena. 
Sebastopol, Bodega. Duncan's MitU, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Mendocino, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIOKS-The Steamer leaves 
Green-street wharf Sunday morning at 8 A. u. 
Connects with cars at Donahue f»r CJoverdale and 
all stations on the road. ReturnJng, will airive fo 
San Francisco Simday. 7:20 r. H. Kzcuraion Tick- 
ets sold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 r. m 
P. DONAHUK. PiesbtoLt 

A. A. BEAK, General Snperintendecit 

F. BL GEBDKS. Gen'l P. & T. Agi 

Geoaral Offioe, 4SC Mootgomery street. S&a 
Frandsoo. fe20-tt 



J A^. <3-. »T:feJli:Hi; Ac Co. 

CHBMI8T8 AND APOTHECARIES 

Have remoTed from their Old Staad to 

their new Store, 310 Kearny Htreet, 

BETWEEN PINK AND BUSH. 

Their attention will be devoted to keeping at all 
timea, the tabiictt aeoessary to a First-Claaa Drug 
Store. JA8. G. STEELE A CO., 

fell-tf Chemiflta and Apotbeearlea. 316 Kearny St. 



RUSS HOUSE SALOON. 

No. 213 IKonteomery Slre«t, 

Bow Hooae Blodi Sao Francisco 

E. B. STEWART. Proprietor. 
K. B.— Saloon open all night. ap25-tl 




BOOK & JOB rOA COMMERCIAL 
P R I N T ERS, 9w^ HEAS K0HTO0UES7 

aolS 



LINDSEY & OESTERBEICHER, 

Real Estate Aeenta and House 
Brokers, 

S39 KEAIiNY STREET. 
1V1II take fnll charice of property for 

partiee wisbing to leire tl>e Htate. and will give 
Conda if required. By imrmieaion we refer to the 
following nanted ffentlenu'.n : A. «l. BRYANT. 
M»yor ; W. P, HIJ.ni>IIKE1.4, Surveyor: J. 
WIKLANI*, Brewer; .I«»HN «'ALVKKT. 
Builder; FK.4%H I4.AUCK, (JapitaliBt. myl9-tf. 



FASHiONABLE >^V 

Boot & Bhoe tf ^ 

aS'T BlKARINY ST., 

Between Pine uid liuali. 
fel-lm E. KIE8ENDAHI.. 



FLORENCE SALOON 

N. W. C«rBer EllU and Powell St8. 
BB6T BRANDS OF 

Wines, Liquors & Cis^ars. 

W. R ROGERS. Proprietor. jalS-tJ 



THE CAPE DES ARTISTES 

Comer of Bmsh and Dapont St«., 
Under the Poodle- Dog Be^taoranft. 

(Simftmed tlie Frenoh Herotilea), Proprietor. 
Tbe Best OnalKir of Wines, U«norB, 

and Oi«Ui on hand EtlUarda nolo 



'^ 



OBOROB mat: 

Dealer In Orstem, Clamfl, and 

•11 kinds of SHELL KSH, St»Ug Nos. 
M, 41. 4», Canfomia MarW, eotnuice 
oa California Btreet. 
'PabUo or prirate partlea and f&miliea anppUed 
horn 6 A. M. to n P K. Ladlei' uid Gentlemer 

OMt^ Hnnm. n»,n fm:,. f. . M t.. I 2 P M d£l_L 



ZIMMERMANN'S 

aARDEN 

OAKLAND. 

The HanatEemf nt ot'ttie nbove til 

respectfully announce to their friends i 
public generally, that these Gardens have 
gone eiteiuiive and elegant repairs, having 
large and very fine 

DanciBg and Musical Pa; 

which baa been thrown open to be pnbl 
numerous other attractions, such aa Shooti 
leries. Bowling Alleys, Swings, eto. A floe 

Orchestra and B 

Will be In attendance every Sundaj 
day and evening. 

All Alameda Trains atop nt ror. 
and Ellis Stg., near the Garde 
SIMON 4 BRECK, I^opri, 
ADMISSIO.Ii, 25 CENTS. 

P. S.— Special Terms made with Societie 
for Picnics. ^ 



JUST ISSIT£D-200th EniT] 

MANHOO] 

KKVISKD AKD CORKECThu ET TBE tCTB 

E. DB F. CURTIS. M. D., etc. 

A Medical Essay on tbe <'an.sc and 

jt premature decline in man, showing how 
is lost and how recained. It gives a clear sj 
of the impe<Umenla to marriage, the treatni 
nervous and physical tUbillty. exhausted vi 
and all other diseases appt^rtainin^ thereto; 
suit of twenty years saccessful practice 

CURTIS ON ■MAJJHOUD.'' ThereUino 
ber ol society by whom this book will noi"'oe 
useful, whi ther he be parent, preceptor" or 
man. — London Timts. 

Price— One Dollar, hj mail or express Ai 
tbe author DR. CURTIS. fi^O Sutt.>r stre 
Postofflce Bqi 8J7. San F rancisco, Cal a 

BUPTURlJ 

, Use no More netAlIle Tmsaes: 
INo more suffering from lion Boops orstee 
■springs. DR. ROWES PATENT KLAt 
■TIC TRUSS is worn « ith ease and comfo 
^nigbt and day and will, and baa performi 
uadical cures when alt others have failc 
iRcader. if you are ruptured, try one 
*DR. ROWE'S comfortable elastic ap 
lances -you will never regret it. RO' 
^ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY. C09 ; 
■rameuto street. Jal3-; 



LOgT US, HAVE YC 

WELL YOU CAN FIND US AT 

No, 25 Kearny g 

Between Marlx-t and Post, 

With a Fine Line of CLOTHS to be mad^ 
the best style, under the regular prices. The 
assortment SHIRTS and I'TTRNIsaiNG GO 

BENEDICT He SMITH. 

Formerly at No, 3 Second Street 

mrl4-tt 



THE PERFORATED 
FRICTIONAL BEL 

....FOR... 

Rkeomatlsm, liombago and Kid 
Complaint. 

It is All Elastic and Perforated, has all thi 
qualities of tbe Porous Plaster, and supporl 
affected parts at the same time. The IMPRC 

Elastic Support Bel 

Is anequaUed as an Abdominal and Spinal Su] 
either for hulies or ^cectlemen, and la bigfaly r 
uended by all physidanB as the best Bupportc 
presented to the public. 

Orders received for DR. RO"WE*S ELA 
TRT78S. for the radical cure of RUPTURES. 
605 Sacramento Street, 8aii Franc 

Send stamp for Circulars JalE 



OPERA HOUS 

■AM JOBK, OA1.A. 



Till)) Beantlfal and Newlr KenoT 

Theatre ia to be let by tbe NUht, Week, or U 
at reaeonable terms, 
jal^tt G. BROHASKA. Proprie 



ELOCUTION. 



HI.4.S EMILT M»8TAYER takeg 

method of informing the public Lbat ^e Is pre 
to give young ladies Lessons in Elocution an 
pare them for the Dramatic Frofeesion. For t 
etc, apply at No. 603 Taylor street. mi^ 



NEVADA RESTAURAA 

413 PInc Street. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny (Nevada B 

V. DOL & V. BIQNE, Propritt 

A nOST-CLASH KESTAtlKAin. 

fel-Im 



Books Bought 



Libraries and Pareela of Boaho Row 

DAVID'S, 6K{ WASHINGTON STREET, 
doors below Kearny, Open eveninffs fe& 



MRS. A. E. A. MUSE, 

Bcaldcnee, 120 Fourth Streeti 

Bet. Minion and Howard. f< 



SAN FRANCISCO RATI 

Hairdressing Establislune 

63« IVaahlngton §tre«t, 

b^ow Eeamy. PRICES ȣ-. 
DUCED; Baths, 2S cents. Shav-' 
Ing, 26 cents, Hahr cuttiuv, 23 ^KtanTlil 
cents. Shampooing, 25 cents. " 



ICO BViSKYWHORE. 

lEO U Programme of the 

t8. 

JIO 13 di3tribiit«d rBEB eT- 

•0 throughout the buamefls 

! of Sau Francisco. " 

JLO U well circulated erery 

>ak]and. 

.KO ta placed in hands of the 

era hv the Ovetlaud Train 

S6l»4.-trlbuted In S»or»- 
h-vt da7 ^ the week. 
RO Is aliiled every day to 
dodpal hoteU on the Pacific 

BgQARPnS. Publjgher. -tj E«tabli«hed 1865 




[] TAPE WORM 11 



X>' cUit«-<. mil,.. 



Here, mere and 'Everywhore.' 



SAM FRANCISCO. FRIDAY, J0N£ 2, IS^6 



voi* xxm. 



i , •■' .a. J. cwv . ... 

W .r.i ,!:•.. . 
s at^il b lo 7 r M 

OK. ChO. 

Vowih Kax 



I 



uire's Uew Theatre. 

!ih Stre«l. between Sfontsoiuery and Kearny. 

k gAVERLY.......... .. .. .. .^.^PROPRIBTOR; and MAXAOERg 

ifornim Btmstr eli 

JBESnXTJbLSJb-IT 

OF 



IVENINO JUWE 2 

ogramme for this Evening. 

RST— AN ENTERTAINMENT OF REFINED MINSTRELSY. 

I«ry Overtnre HORRISOX'S ORCHESTRA 

JssMe&eod Byr Darli-nic R. T. TYRRELL 

IK TheDoUarStoiv BEN COTIO.N 

.rlaa back the Old Folks ('. S. FREDERK KS 

■e Hull dowQ your Trst BILLY EMERSOK 

lassie. When tbe. Sun eoei4 down ^^^. H. TILLA 

DESCRIPTIVE UNALE— 

on the Mississippi ! 

en^n. EnF.R.SO\, KEMRLE .4\D COMP.ASiY. 
L.ST SECOND.- Grand EtUopian Carnival. 

I ALABAMA HOMES 



GEO. H. COES 

.LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT 



d— S€lecied W.H, TILLA 

FRIP TO PARIS ! 

a Tripf BILLY EMSRSON 

Paris, I M;N COTTON 

A Gendarme J. F. •BERIST 

A Rcudarrac J. H. MIfRPHY 

ViiH JUSTIN ROBIjrSON 



tR-"OBPHBlfS" 



-With Violin Obltgat« 

H. »CHRBI\ER 



HORN SOLO Selected ...ERNEST SCHLOTT 



"VUAAID MARCH" 

Coadiictor -CEO, 



.FAPST 



T. EVAKS. 



acCire preparation. J R. KEMBLE'S New Burlesque. 

s Hammaiii Baths. 

r. JuD« 5th-Will be presented for the first time in this city, at 
ew Theatre. Bush street, MAT. MORGANS LIVING PICTURES 
lAtem Sensation. 

r, .IuB« 5th— The California Minstrels will remove from Maguire's 
e to Maguire's Opera House. 



OE1I3 

from 

aU 

the 

Operas 

can 

be 

had 

at 

Sherman 

i 

HroE's 

Musio 

Store. 

corner 

of 
Kearny 

and 

Sutter 

Sta 



? w 

" o 

f QC 

OP ^^ 

> • C5 

ft 

% n 



California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN McCULLOUGH Pbopriktor and Ma.vaoer 

ME. BARTON HUL , AcriSd Manaijeh 

Robert M. Eberlk... Stage Manager | Chas. Schultz Musical Director 

John Toreence Machinist T. J. French Treasurer 

W. T. Porter 9c*n\o Arti.st I Martin Jovck Buitlncivi Manager 

Xj»;St 3>a"isla-t to-ixt On© 

OF THE DISTINGl'ISUED ARTI.'^T, MI?. 



B 
U 
R 
R 

& 



MISS 



SUPPORTED BY 

LIZZIE 



PRICE. 



F 
I 
N 
K 

The Rosa 



Ko. 3 
MoDtc'ry 



He will appear in his a;reat perjoiiatiou of "Louis and Fabieii Dei Franchi," 
iu ihe fainom drama of THE 

Gorsican Brothers 

The Drama will be presented with New Scenery and Illusions, and the 
F0LL0WIN18 STRONG CAST: 

M. LOUIS DEI FRANCHI, 1 Gorsican ( CHAS. 

M. FABIAN DEI FRANCHI, | Brothers \ FECHTER 

M. Chnlcaa Rcnaud Rar«oii Hill 

M. .Alfred Mr.viiard IVIcIhoii l»r<-kfr 

I.e ItHroii .Vlonluiron Henry i:<l»ur<lH c,_ . 

Le B.-iron 4;«or<iano Martelll lohn »il«nn' *"^<^«'* 

n. ICeanchiuni) :il ii nrj M oods 

M. Faviolle Frank kIMay 

Marco Colonna IThe heads of two) RolM-rt PuK-niaii 

t^uctano Orlando tCorsician families I W. A. Me^laver 

Aiitnnio |i«alona, .Judge of Sullacaro District, Corsica H. Cond 

ncin'o, a Domestic E. ,\. Thayer 

Bois<te«. a Woodcutter R. Ilonarnma 

ToiniL«o, a Guide M. Holmes 

Servont J, Connell 

EMILIE DE LESPARE MISS LIZZIE PRICE 

Rosett« ■) ( Miss Varrlc WyatI 

!?rei.;.v.-.- ^i'»'»'- 

Domino... . 

.Madame Savllia Dei Franchi, Mother of Louis and Psbien 

Mr.s. C. R, Saiinder.4 

Marie< a Domestic MInh Aunie HisKs 

Ladies, Gentlemen. Masks, Dominoes, Debardeurs. Grotes^uei*, Servants. 
Male and Female Cor.^ican Peasants, etc. 



OPERA HOUSE. 

Fourth and Positively the Last Week 

or Till hlS^. I Al'tJll M.XKK.r.S Tlil 

Original SEORGiA MINSTRELS 



OR.\N-D DU.KVMNi: H.poM KVTKKTAIN MKNT 

■»""'' CRFKOI. A Mliu. I«i,rl«r»i.r. « H*«i. B. ■■( k|i 

Tnmbo. BRO^.% •■« «ll«OV 

?"•■■«■'••• t.l.«Rrl4 «ll».TKI.I>. 

An.ei «.Hl,rlel T«Tl«K hrow^ 

Thnls Mhrrr I like (• Be en**, n HMk» 

Juhn'ri KOBC doM n on Ihr l^laad Jl«l«1t «llll» 

In her llillc bed we laid her T. J n k«a« 

CUc mo iho i:bu 

Oh: Mtm ••aiilr 

Mother fold nir In your arau 

T«iior.oi|Cr^nd^Fijnajle^jj^^^^^ 

Jake Hamilton in .New IJanjo Solos 



I 11 l«. t < Rl ont. 
iiiii\ miotic 
t. lin>« « 4^ 



A tienfs 
Siuokln 



.■) ( Miss rarrlc WyatI 

■ Uadies of theiOtera-^ iii1"/«!?^'i'*' /•''"•*?'"" ''""*'■«' 

. 1 I Mi>s Magsle t lianil>ers 

■ J {. MIks Louisa Vavasour mitde oT 



? o 



NEXT nONUAl EVENIKV JL.VE 5, 1876 

By arrangement with MESSRS. JARRETT Si PALMER, Managers 

of Booth's Theatre, New York, SHAliSPEARE'S 

Grand Historical Pia.v, 




The Baf-ile of Agincouri, 

Will bci)roducod «itii the 0riy;inal Scenery, Costumes, Armors, 
Properties, Etc., and the Engagement of 

AS KING HENRY V, 

Mr. FREDERIC THORNE, Mr. C. B. BISHOP, Mr. FRANK LITTLE, 
M. VICTOR, Mile. LOUISE DOREL and Mile. GABRIELLE DU SAULD. 



Ihe Iknesl 

Velvet. 

cost 

9>0, 

for $13, 

at 

UNCLE 

HARRIS' 

70? 

Kearny 

Street. 

corner of 

Merchant 



SECO.ND WEEK OF THE 

Grand Quadruple fioDg and Dance 

BltO>»> and Mli.l.s and KF.I>tN ninl 1|<iMTO>. 
In ^r« Orntorlriil IITrrl-.: 

THE OLdIiaFsISrPLEXITIES 

F. tSTO\. HAMII.TO> nnd >1ll>n\. 

Ballad •••••• -p. A. Bowman 

In Ihi'lr Arrobntir (tivng* and t>anrr«. 

To conclude with E.\STON'S L«u/h.i><le SVrUh. 



Iiar^s clat Gooso 



MR GRABALL 

HANNAH URABALL. 

Ei-rrE persi.vimon... 

ERASTUS RUPLUN8., 

Jl.M JU.MPF.R 

Huck.ier«. Prdl 



But 



MONDAY, June Sih. will be prewnled for the Br« tlmt in thu <it». at 
MA<;UIKES NEW TUEATKE, Bush SUeet. 

Matt Morgan's Living Pictures 

The Latest Eastern Sensation. 

MONDAY, .lime ;'.. 1^7'.. the C.AI.IKO KM.^ MI.^Mla.U^ -.rl t.c^,... 
from Majuire's Mew The^lra Ui Manure's Oixft* H..>i»e 



^LLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is D>3"oT7\r Ox>oiDL for S"u.T3Sorii>-tic>rL to Stocli., 

THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Incorporated TJiicler tlie Lavrs ot tlxe State of CalHornla. 

0,000 Slx^x-es, I»a,r TT'^lxxe $SO ES^oH-SlO I^er SJHa^re I»«,i<a. In. 

:T0«.«( -ROBERT STEVENSON, of Stevenson's Block, San Francisco; FREDERICK TURRILL, Capitalist ; J, S. SPEAR. .Jr., of Ed. S. .Spoar & Co , Auctioneers; ELMER TEIIRV. .,f KT.rri* i.., . San Fr»n«tac.-. . '«»U>X rATTSR 
co; LEANDER SAWYER. San iUteo, Capitalist; WALTER G. HOLMES. Attorney at Law. rre.sidenl,|80L0.\ FATIEE; Secretarj. ». H. 4 iKTt.K. 

BJECT OP THIS BAKK 18 TO LOAN MONEY 0.\ COLLATERAL SECURITIES. SVCH AS DIAHONDg, WATCHES, PPK^i 'TI/RK. WARMIOMK RKCEIPTIi. I^t .. n 

xcent amon>b. Alio to receive Term DeposiU and Deposits subject to Call or Check This Bank will for the present allow the following Rates of Interest ;-Tcrm uepMIM ffi ."iv oonin. 

I i>t per cent, per month. No Interest allowed on Daily Deposits subject to call or check. 

icters of this Bank are all well known bbsiness men of this city, and as such give to all customers or depositors a guarantee of fair and liberal dealing. 

tion Books for a United number of shares at $10 per share, are now open at the COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK, Northeast Corner Post and Kearny strectJ 

• R SEND FOR CIRCULARS. my24-lm 



cn4R<;ixc mr ir«i«i. ■(T*:«c 

per ri-nl. iwr maalki TweM» 



CARTBI! ^fT'tarj 



Choice. Well-Fumished 

side Hooms 

...TO LET, AT.... 
8. to ONE DOLLAR PRRNICHT. 

...AT THE.... 

JO HOUSE, 

ED RATE.S BY THE WEEK. 

lA-xxaioxane filtreei: 

J. EVTELL, Proprietor. jaI8 

YOUR PICTURES! 

.JfY KOro, TABCEN AT TH 



/ YORK 



illery^ 




et Pictarex, 94 per dozen. 

J. H. PETERS, Proprietor 



anza House 

treet, between Fourth A Fifth. 

E FURNiaeXD ROOMS ! 

Week Month. Twonty-flre and flfty 
(ht; te to$18 per mouth. myl3-lm 



CANDIES. 

Am ttt the Flmeot Candy M«dc 

Oandi Factory dally. All ordori, ea- 
Lithe oountaT, are BoUdted and will b 
ended to. 

'If, focoierly CaatT Jt Waocr 
IWi Uontgomerr Btnat, a 




THE LARGEST A.SSORTMENT IN THE CITY I Nothing Ever Seen Equal to It I 
BARCAINS at 70« to 716 Kearny Street, (opposite the Plaza), next to City Hall 




WELLINGIQN COAL. 

The Best Stea m Coa l in the World. 

Used Exeitulvely by the Rrillfih Navy on thlx Coanl. and by the Principal Locjil 
Steaaiithip Companies. 

FOR DOMESTIC USB IT IS SUPERIOR T<} THE BEST QUALITY OF WEST HARTLEY 
and Scotch Splint Coals. 
Be aare you set the GENUINE WELLINGTON. Once used it eunot be mlstakeo. The Ooal to 
hard. apUntery dull In luster, and doe* not (oil the finger 
For sale wholesale and retail by the Agente, 

BBRRYMAiy & DOYLiE;, 

Bulkhead, bet. Pacific and Jackson-St. Wharves. 

now M-WF-3m 




i%.I^L LADIEM tJ.*JK IX 

For Sale by all Drauinta. miO tm 



Boca Beer ! Boca Beer ! 
ARIONHALL. 

The Celebrated Beer Now OB Oraaiht 

from the only Lager Bwr Dreworr "O th ■ CoaJl 
Now on sale a*. 

HENRY GRIMM'S, 

ABION HALL, 

N. E. Corner of Bailer and Krarnr Sl>. 

ma]4 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

R0ARIR6 OCEMI ^«GI"G BREAJEBJ 
FOiaillG SURF. MORSTER SEI LIOIS. 

App«tlzlii^ BreaklaBts, LaoA«i 
DiniMrs aod Support. 

BRINt; VOIR WIFF : 

BKLNI. VOIR FAMIL1 I _______ 

BKI^C VOIR LADV FRIRMM 

And enjoy a .Itw of Um flr,M4 "<'**'*' *^**' 

EAitA IN THE WORLD, aU lo •!(*>* «* 

the world-iMiusiMd 

Golden Gate. 

with a fleet orf whlt»-wlof»d uiiniiif ■" 
from every part of Uw •ooaaniii •• 

New Llna Bumm. eonaietJii* wUb BtrjH 0«i •» 
Looo MountalB ntfl U wtaatm ttmmnm w Ma 
CUB Houae »' " 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 

The Beit Spring Mtdif iur ;r Vtf. 



rrRirir.* trf Bi.4i«ii »t * ' 



•tit«> 



DB -A. 13 O' O O :^ 

PORTABLE 

Extinguishers ! 

FIRE ENGINES 

H<">K A?<T> I AMTIi TVlf' «« 
< HF.MK AL AM-AHAT • 

Better than InBurancc. ^ 
PARKKA LACY. ARont., 

417 Market Street* 



MAV IP.A!«i I- 



»»r> 



Pacta rieaaed. Tl CeaU. »e«|«*r** 'Ifti 

GIvTW. W 'x>nU. at 

HnartacMdDvatM blaMMkMat. FM r»ia«> 
ShavtoTBlMMi 
dy«4 or «lMa«l _ 
turn*, mhrrrm CalllamU 






BOSTON OTSTSB HOfJSB 

af aad M riMM MarWt. 

McklUrtcft^Braarr. rrar'n. 

ffM/Ml mtr.nw P^.l-v.l ?" r.»'»t«^_ "a!" 



3^- 



ncK osoAM or amusdcents. 



T. 



PobUibed Ererr Oar Is %be Tear, br 



Kn nercbaat 8lrr4-l. brlow nontcomcrr 
San FrnncLMW. 

MT Diitrilmfed Fiee tbro\i«hout the CItT d»Uy. 
HOUbE I'KOOBAltMK for the roUowing places of 
AiDtU0lueni . 

California Theatre; 

Wade's Opera Boose; 

Baldwin's Academy of Music; 

Magulre's New Theatre; 

Magnlrc's Opera House: 

Piatt's HaU 

Buckley's Varieties: 

New Olympic Thea tre: 

THURSDAY Jl'NK 1 



Amnsements, Etc. 

Baldwin'* AradeniT of Miulc. 

A few more nlgbu and the Illuiionljti will Isare 
oi Aaioa(»t other tbiDgl that mysterloiuly dl^ 
•ppMred lut Dljht was a diamond, the yropert; of 
t^e Maaager, but whether it went up with tte flying 
eace or down Ling Look'i throat, has not yet been 
detanalned. we baliere Ling Look'e beoefil to-mor 
row nifht 
Wade'* Opera Boane. 

Tba forgaoue tpectacJe of "Ueary V " atiti eoo- 
t4oaea to attract large audienoea There are sereral 
people in the eaat deMrvjog of meotloD, soma of 
whom we thall rofor to to-daf. Pla" auj dama 
Miu Mary YaaDg must either be a Kood Prench 
aetaolar or muit baTe been marrelloualy 'caacbed' 
to gfre har Preook scene* so correeUy and with sash 
VBCtion ; we incltxie to the former opinion, fifra. 
Ifarton Biuh plays Isabel with the (juiet graee be- 
fitting a deposed qaeea. and MLsa Gertie OranrlUo 
as Pistol's boy waa pretty, aud ar«b. though oecfc 
■iaoaUy unlnteUigiblo 

■acvire'* New Tlieatrr. 

Tbr songs In the int part for this wrek ara par- 
ticularly good. TyrrolL Fredericks. Tilla and Obe- 



THB KDITOB'ft END. 

Tha editor's face was daskened, 

Ey a look of wild dce|>air: 
Ont! band a stubby pencil clutched. 

The oilier cluuhed hi* bair. 

He had watched each mail tor a fortnigtir. 

With a keen and wistful aye. 
And every tima the postman r.'nj. 

His heiTt with hope beat hijh. 

But the laDglaoked-tor subscription 

Still failed his heart to chs<r ; 
And the cash his paper broufht him, 

Wouldn't pay fof a (rial* of b««r 

So be sat in hi* inkj *aoctura, 

And wept o'er his erael lot, 
And his reason tottered en her thr n'. 

Till she fairly wa* u[>«jt. 

Then he setsi'd a wom-oat roller 

Aod slabbed himself la the breast-: 

And tboy laid him oat on the imposing stone, 
To take his final re«t. 

And though they foard hi* f*nn wa* knocked 

Into eTcrlastlog pi, 
They lacked him op in a walnut cas« 

And planted it under Mie aky. 



B«w a Woaien Beads a Newspsper. 

Somtbod^ say* that cue who will watch 
a woman read a newspaper will get 
•ome new ideas on the oharacteristics of the 
i;entler sex. She takes it up hurriedly and 
begins to scan it over rapidly, as though she 
wa* hnnting some particular thing; but she 
is not. She is merely taking in the obscure 
paragraphs which she half believe* were 
put in outof the-way places for the sole 
purpose of keeping her from seeing them. 
As she finishes each one her countenance 
brightens with the comforting reflection 
that she has outwitted the editor and tke 
whole isce of men, forshe cherishes a vague 
belief that newspapers are the enemies of 



dinary quality. The choruses are generally moat 
•ojoyable specimens of harmony and reflect great 
eredit on whoeTor lias had the arranging of them. 
*'3he Was Led Astray" La tlia irU^ d' r^tUutnce 
this waek 



nst forming a i|uartatte of ttnora of more than or- of her sex, and editors its chief oppressors 

She never reads the headlines, and the 
hugb telegraph heads she never even sees. 
She is greedy for local news, and devours 
it with the keenest relish. Marriages and 
deaths are always interesting reading to 
her, and advertisements are exciting and 
stimulating. She cares but little for print 
ed jokes, unless they reflect ridicule upon 
the men, and than she delights in them and 
never forgets them. She pays particular 
attention to anything enclosed by the quo- 
tation marks, and considers it rather better 
authority than anything first handed. The 
columns in which the editor airs his opin 
ions in leaded hifalutin she rarely reads. 
Views are of no importance in her esti- 
mation, but facts are everything. She 
generally reads the poetry. She dosen't 
always care for it, but she make* a practice 
of reading it, because she thinks she ought 
to. Hhe reads stories, and sketches, and 
paragraphs indiscriminately, and believes 
every word of them. Finally, after she 
has read all she intends to, she lays the 
paper down with an air of disappointment, 
and a half-contemptuous gesture, which 
says very plainly that she thinks all news- 
papers miserable failures, but is certain 
that if sho had a chance she could make 
fhe only perfect newspaper the worid had 



•vera 

The time of the Ueorgias is rapidly drawing to a 
cioae. OS on Moaday morning they fold their wings 
and silently Hoat away. All should see them ere 
they float. The iirosramme for to-night is fall of 
the best things these artists proffer, embracing a 
kost of danocs, aoags and acts all character tstic and 
osiginaJ 
Cauramla Thentre. 

The accnery alono id the ' 'Coraican Brothers" as 
yreaented at this theatre is worth the price of ad- 
mission The devi^rly tiianaged ourre in ths lobby 
«f the ojjera, the acane of the carnival, with tier on 
tiar fall of people in the distaaee, the Oorsioan 
borne, and the Winter wood scene are all splendid 
•samples of scaolc art Mr Porter surely deserves 
naob praise for Mia skill and rapidity displayed in 
the preparation of tbesu tableaux. ^ 
Mrakosck Itailan Optra. 

On Vedaseday neit. what is known sa the Strak- 
•ecb Opera Troupe, make their first appoarancs in 
San Kranciaco at this theatre Mr. Maurice Strak- 
otb, andar whose porsonal direction the entertain- 
xaanta will b« given, has decided not to essay opera, 
on the acuuunt of the enormous difflctilty in get- 
ting together an elScient support in this city, but 
to give six concerts, in which the celebrated Rtu- 
^aa prima donna, the tenor Tam Karl and ths bar- 
itone SIfuor Tagllapistr* will all make their ap- 
pearsoc*. 

tackier** Rew Tarletr Tbeitirf. | 

The new act of tha Little General and AS. *"; ' 
Hard entitled "Qoing Borne to Dixie." waiagreat 
■uccess last algbt and bo'h performers are fav- 
Brit«s. 

lew Olymple Tarletr Tlieatre. 

Morria Welch makes Lis first appearance here to- 
night. Harry Howar<I. Johnny Taers, Billy West 
aod the "Csn-Oan" are on the bilL 

Woedward's Gardens. 

On Saturday and bunday. i^vana thelCbampalo- 
Kian. the Parisian Velccipediat, Mile. Clarissa in 
her thrilling Niagara Leap, and the Variety Troupe. 
An elaborate working model of a twenty-atanip 
mill will operate on some Berual Height ore. 
■•tea. 

In another column will be found a lengthy and 
iotereatlDg telegraphic dispatch concerning the 
Jarrett-Pslmer lightning train, far wllich we are 
indebted to the morning dallies. 

Ob Wednesday last. Miss RitU Sheffield, of 
Sritlah Columbia, died suddealy of heart dUeasa 
•a Bush street. Sho was a member of the profea- 
•tea and was held In very general esteem. Only 
alaeteen. 



CvuroKe ' Don't despair when the doctor says 
your lunra are diseased. The worst cases given 
up a* hopeles* have bten cure<l by Hale's Honey 
ot Horehousd and Tar. Pike's Toothache Drops 
our* in ons silnute. 



Palmer Bros. 

Have the lie^t assortment of Usen Suits in 
the city from $3. ISO upwards. 



Da. Cbas C O'DONinu. (late U. 8. A.), offioe 
and residence 826 Keamy street. The treatment 
of women and ctiiMren a epecbUtv. s 



Vresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to C&nty's, for 
merly Canty & Wiener's, 107 Montf;omery St. 

Tree Exltlbltlon. 

Matinee oiaery Saturday at Townsend's Candy 
Factory, No. 627 Market street, where you can 
earn how candles are made. n 



Wfcy Bo Sherweod Brmt. 

Orooers. MS Market street, near Sansome, sell more 
ootter than any other house In the city T Because 
I soo persons purchase meat in the same store dally, 
torn about and buy butter at 10 to 20 aeots per roll 
•heaper than elaewhere. No wonder. n 

8plr1tuaIlslB( Seanecn. 

Mrs. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Thhil Street. 
near Market, every eyening except Monday and 
nursday at 7) o'clock. • 



nne WaftaeM. 

Tlie beat goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
OaUeirier's, corner ol Second and Mission. A 
•ne assortm A cfaalM, Jewelry, etc. CM mmI 
•xanxine. ^y 

Palnser Bros. 

Sell the Palmar two-button Kid CUove tor >1 16 
a iMlr; 7SS to 734 Market street. 



trade's 09f lioase. 

The beet of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at the toot of the stairs, in the vestibule. * 



ever seen. 



nan^Kcrs 

Of Amusements, ExcnisiuDS, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
iLEtaliUshmeat of B. F, Sterott, 682 Clay Street, 
over the S.-.n Franciaoo Market. The lar^ost Pgst- 
ers. In Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space ot time. Also, Beao 
tUul Programmes. Tickets, etc, etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps ood- 
Itanlly on baud a fine line ot bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little In advance ot plain white 

finper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
nch letters, in stock, ot all colon ot paper and 
ink. Theatre Uana^rs are especially invited to 
call tor estimates. This well-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1860 
and has been in suocesettil operation ever since. 

S-cJ 



Do Net Sailer from Coras. 

The unfortunate suflerera from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Ingrowing NaUs, can find instant relict 
by applying at Dr. R. B- Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Eeamy street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 8 p. >L We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctors capability. Ref- 
erence given if reqjired. B 



New Store ! New Goods ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
McuubdorSer & Bro., has opened at No, 402 Kearny 
street, near Pine, with a splendid stock ot Bats 
aud Caps., "The finest goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. a 



Horry ap Those Butter fakes. 

Who baa not tried them I New York Butter 
Cakes and Coffe tor 10 cents, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon, 617 Catifomla street, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours ot the liight and day. 
J. H. Bums. Proprietor. * 



The original "Swain's Balcery" Is now established 
B their magnificent new place at 218 Sutter street 
ear Centre Market, and hss added a lunch room 
and Ice cream saloon. This is tboir only place of 
busints 



Millinery <i«ods. 

Wholesale and rel'V 
Market street. 



at P» mar's, 72C to 731 



Tke Ladles of San Francisco 

Will be glad to lesm ot the opening ot first- 
class offices at CU Clay street, opposite Kohler, 
Chase & Co's, where they can be supplied with 
first-claea Chinese domestic servants at short i>o 
tice. We heartily recommend Messrs. King St 
Merritt as gtntlSBien who will study in every way 
to please their custoueis. a 



Tke Creca Boom. 

This popular reeort of the proteesioo and al 
spictires who can appreciate good liirnors and a 
good lunch, is dtnctly opposite tlie California He- 
atre. H has Just been beautifully freeoord and is 
now a model o2 taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to tha Oreen Room between the aots. I 



Don't Help Pay otbcr People's Debts, 

But go to the Fnmittu-e and Bedding Store ot 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save tally 25 per cent, by buying of tbem. Their 
motto Is : "baj for cash, and sell tor cash," tliere- 
fore they have no bad debts to make up out ct es- 
trs vrofi'a. 



VEBSTCAL ODDS AND BNOS. 

This sample of the poetry of science 
gives ut the offspring of a chemical wed- 
ding : 

Measr*. Water and Oil 
One day had a br.U, 
As down in ths grajs they were dropping, 
And would not unite. 
But continaed to flgrht, 
Withoal any prospect of stopping. 

Mr. Pearlasb o'eilissrd, 

And, quick as a word. 
Ha jumped in tae midst of the clashing ; 

Wlien all three ajreed. 

And united with speed. 
And Soap came out ready for washin;. 



THS WIDOW. 

Her sisiles are tempered by her sifhs, 
Efer garb scsrce veils her glory; 

The tender glamour of her eyes 
Enshrines her and her story. 

No greenling girl, nor spinster tart. 
She's all thiaags that be«omo her; 

Hep life, her beauty, and her heart 
Are ia their Indian Summer ! 

Affiietrnns very sore long time she bore. 

Which the physicians really seemed to hate her; 
And though she weighed 400 pounis or more, 
Lightiy the waltzed down to Jordan's shore, 
And went up in the golden elevator. 
Uone to meet Daniel Lambert. 



B|r our pastor perplext, 
F^w sha'l we determine? 

"Watch and prtky," says ths taxt; 
"Qo to sleep," says the sermon. 



Vie following poetical advertisement in- 
dicates humorously, but very tnithfully, 
how much a man expects of bis wife: 
Wanted— A wife who can handle a broom 
To bru^h down the cobwebs aad sweep up her 

room; 
Can make decent bread tbat a fellow can eat, 
Not the horrible cempOiond you everywhere 

meet; 
Who kaows how to boil, to fry and to roart, 
Make a gocd cup of tea aad a ptitter of toast; 
A women that washes, cooks, irons, and stitches, 
And tows up the rips In a f,^Ilow's old clothes. 
And makes her own garments — an item, too, 

which Is 
€a hornd expcnshe as everyone knows ! 
A iiommon-scnte creature, sod still with a mind 
To teach and to guide- exalted, refined : 
A sort of an angel and housemaid combined. 



Regarding the Amsrisan "tralkiit" now 
in England we find the followiag : 
A footprint an the sands of lime 

Most men essay to tracs on; 
Thure'e one will surely Itava his mark- 
Thai's Weston, Edward Pacs-oii (PaysonJ! 



These I'sona Ones Asaln. 

"Miss Smith, does a cormorant eat 
strawberries?" "Law me! no, child. 
What put that into your head ?" " 'Cause 
ma told Sarah not to bring out the straw- 
berrici and cream until that old cormo- 
rant. Miss Smith, had left." Abont ten 
minutes afterwards, that child and his 
mother west up into the attic and played 
"peaa hot and peas cold" for nearly an 
hour. 



SADDLE BOOK. 

ExBRSON CoRViLLB is the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster tame ! 
He has the finest ever bred, 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oysters stew'd, or Oysters roast. 
Curried or Fried, alikc's his boost I 
To CoRvibLis's famous Saddi/B Rook, 
The fashion of all Frisco flock ! ! I 

At 415 PI^^| Stobot, mind. 

This noted rendezvous you'll find, 

Elboakt Phiva™ Rooms are Uiero 

To accommodate hie Patrons fair, 

Wlio, ae they take their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the while, 

At approbation ot the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Sabdls EIook. 

Embhson CoaviLLB Is, to-day. 

Largest Importer en the Bay, 

And the whole trade noon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope 

And then for Clams, — soft or hard bhell,— 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng the 

block 
Wbers stands the famous Sasolb Rook. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Fincet of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Guinness' Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.l 
Of bright Ch nipogne the finest brand ; — 
Tea, Coffee and Chocolate always on hand. 
Yisit C0RVU.i.B's but once— at all others 

you'll mock,— 
For there arc none can compare with the 

SsDDLB Roce! 

Bmbrsok Oobvilln's Saddlb Roch Otbtbr S&ixxm, 
415 Pino Street, opposite the Market. ck 



The Collateral Loan and Savlnic* Bank 
Company 

This day announce tiirougb the columns of 
FioARO, that a batik has been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearny streets for the purpose of 
making a specialty of Loaning Money oo Collateral 
Security, such as diamonds, silver plate, jewelry, 
etc.. snbject to the Ic^al rate of interest, namely, 
4 per cent per month. Reference to the advertise- 
ment will satisfy every one that the Directory of the 
Bank is composed of wealthy and well-known buai- 
nees men whoee names inspire confidence at a 
glance, and ar^ a guarantee that the affairs of the 
instltntion will be ooodnctod fairly and honorably. 
The bank itself is something that has long been 
needed, and those who are unfortunate in stodcs 
etc., will now have a bouire of refuge. w 

The Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
•erved up in the beet style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market EsUbllshed in 1861. No. 612 Market 

oear Mootgomerv. b 

» 

Don't Pay Fi-ney Prices 

By going to Montgomery or Beamy street to 
get your £at8, when you can btiy the very finest 
class et goods considerably cheaper than In either 
ot these streets by calling at "'The" Hat Store, 
647 WashiBgton street, below Kearny, besides, 
having a splendid aud complete assortment to 
choose from. This is a positive faet, and everyone 
is sure to be pleased if they call at the above 
piaoe. If 

The next tune you require Shirts, ask lor tb« 
'S andard" Brand. 

Tyrolean Concert. 

Also otber pertormanoea, every night at the 
Tivoli Gardens, northwest coraet Sutter and Stook- 
too etrveie. Admlirisnkee, 



XjiC>o:BL 



When You 

Standard 



Ask For 



TRADE 

N. B 

..,.. .„^ „. MARK. 

NEUSTADER BROS. IJ^V 



FOE SALE BY 



Shirts 



ALL DEALERS. 



MANUFACTUR 



METROPOLITAN THEATRt 

SAOEAMKNTO. 

T?t*. '«5y desirable property Is located 

on K. Street, iietween Fourth and Fifth, and ia 80 
feet on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
alley in the rear The Theatre is a very good one, 
and IS well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessiary to the production of any ordinary 
pUy The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and $S00 per 
montii. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like tlU) boiliiinc in question; but 
this desirable property can be bought for $33,000 
cash. Parties wishing to negotiate for the theatre 
canwrititoW. K MORROW. Saoramento 
„ W. K. MORROW, 

For Rent.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writing to above address W K. 
MORROW. de34-tt 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATL-8, BS 

B. r. STBRliTT, 

532 CX.AT STREET. 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAMERS. 

.. . AND THB. . . 

FULTON & GT;BI(1«V1II,E B. B. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On nn<l afler Noiiflay. Nny £9, lg;6, 

the Steamer JAMES M. DONAHUE. Captain W. 
Warner, will leare Green -street Wbarf daily (Sun- 
days excepted) at 7 a. M and 3 P. m.. cooDecting 
at Donahue Landing with the cars for Petaluma. 
CIoTerdale and way stations. The oars will leave 
CloTordale dAily (Sundays exoepted) at 3 a. m. and 
3:30 p. M.. couuccting uitb ateamer at Donahue for 
San Francisco- dose connections made at Fidton 
with the Fulton and UueroviUe Road for KoebeH's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminus of the road. 
Shortestand quickest route to the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close stage 
eonnections made for Ijitton's, Skati^rs' Mark West. 
Santa Ro«a White Sulphur, Bartiett'a. Highland 
and Harben'fl Sprhigs. Also. Ukiah. Point Arena, 
Bebastopol, Bodega. Duncan's MJIU, Lakeport, 
Olear Lake. Mendocino, Petrified Forest and Quicfc- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCTTRSIONS-The Steamer leaves 
Green-str»et wharf Sunday morning at 8 a. h. 
Connects with cars at Donahue f»r Cloverdaie aud 
aU statiouB on the road. Returning, will urive in 
San Franciaoo Sunday, 7:30 p. m. Kxcursion Tick- 
ets sold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. H. to 4 p. m. 
P. DONAHXJK. FveeideLt 

A. A. BBAK, General Saperinteodent. 

F. H. UEBDKS. t^en'l P. i T. Airi 

General Offioe, <S9G Hoot^omery street. San 
Frandsoo. fe2a-tl 



J A^. O. wTJfclKLE ^k. Co. 

CHEMISTS AKD APOTHECARIES 

Have removed from ihelr Old Stamd to 

their new Store, 316 KearoT Htreet, 

BETWEEN FINE AND BUSH. 

Their attention will be devoted to keeping at all 
timea, the tahiiety neoessoxy to a First-lass Drug 
Store. JA8. G. STEBLI-J A CO,, 

fell-tf Chemista and Apotbesaiiea. 316 Kearny St. 



RUSS HOUSE SALOON. 

No. 313 MoD(«:omerr Street, 

Eosa Hooae Blook San Franciaco 

E. B. STEWART. Proprietor. 
N. B.-Saloon open all night ap25-tf 




k 




BOOK & JOB C'5/1 COMMERCIAL 
PRINTERS, WV^ KEAS KOtTTOOXZS? 

apU 



LINDSEY & DESTERREICHER. 

B«al Estate Asenta and House 
Brokers, 

339 KBAJJKY BTKEET, 
Will take fall cbarge of propcrtv for 

partiee wishing to leave the State, and will give 
bondd if r^ulred. By p*xroi8«ion we refer to the 
following named genlU-men : A. J. BUY ANT, 
Mayor; W. P. IllIMPllKEIS, aurve.vor: J, 
WIKLANI>, Brewer; J4»HK t'ALVEKT, 
Builder; FKANH RAIICK, Capitaliet. myl9-tf. 



FASHIONABLE V^ 

Boot & ghoe tf ^ 

SSr KEARNY ST., 

Between Pine and Buah. 
fel-lm E. KIESENDAHIi. 



FLORENCE SALOON 

N. W. C«r>er BlUa and Powell 6t& 

BBST BRAWDS OF 

Wines, Liquors & Cigars. 

W. E. ECKJER8. Proprietor ial3-tl 



THE CAFE DES ARTISTES 

Comer of Bash and Dnpont 8t«., 
Under the Poodle- Do« Eertaorant. 

AJ.-F'REO I»*ii«eKIEK, 

(Simiamed the French HercTJlee), Proprietor. 
The Beat Qnalltr of Wlneft, IJ«aori, 

and Cigaa on hand HUtarda nolo 



OBOROB MATES, 

Dealer In Oysters, Ctein«, «nd 

aJl Unda of SHELL FT9H. Btails Nos. 
M, 41. 4^, Cant omla Ifarket, entrance 
on Califomla^treet. . 

PabHo or prtrata partiea and (anuUea snppUeA 
horn 6 A- M. to B P M. lAdlea" and Gentlemer 

rW^>. W^m. .~.n ^n^, r, . M t.1 12 p ^. . AtL 



^ 



ZIMMERMANN'S 

G-ARDEN 

OAKLAND. 

The ManaiceiiK'nt ot'ttie above Gi 

respectfully announce to their friends ! 
public generally, that tiicse Gardena hare 
gone eiteniiive and elegant repairs, bavios 
large and rery ane 

DanclEg and Musical Pa\ 

which has been thrown open to be pnbll 
Dumeroua other attractions, auch aa Shooti 
leries, Bowling Alleys. Swings, eto. A tine 

Orchestra and B; 

Will be In attendance every Sondaj 
day and evening. 

AU Alameda Tralng stop at eor. 
and Ellis sts., near the Gurdei 
SIMON & BREOK. Proprie 
ADHISSIO.V, 25 CENTS. 



P. S. -Special Terms made with Soci 
for Picnics. 



ietie 



JUST ISSUED-200th EBITI 

fflANHOO] 

&&TISED AND CORRECTfeu Br THE KXTTE 

E. DB F. CURTIS. M. D., etc. 

A Medical Esftay on the Canse and 

A premature decline in man. showing how 
is lost and how resainecL It gives a clear sy 
of the Impediments to ujarriat'e, the treatui 
nervous and physical (khility. eihausted vi 
and all other diseases appertaining thereto; 
suit of twenty years successful practice 

0T7RTIS ON •MAIUHOOD.'' ThereUlno 
ber of society by whom this book will noir-'oe 
useful, whi ther he be parent, preceptor' or i 
man.— Xmidon Timt^. 

Price— One Dollar, by mail or express A( 
the antho^ DR. CURTia. 52« Sutter stre 
Postofflce Box 337. San Franc isco. CaL a 

RUPTURE.! 

, Use no More Metnlllr Trusses! 
INo more suffering from Iron Hoops oretee 
laprings. Xm. ROWE8 PATENT KLAf 
^TIC TRUSS is worn with ease and comfo: 
night and day and will, and baa perform! 
Radical cures when all others have faiU 
■Reader. If you are ruptured, try one 
»DR. ROWE'S comfortable elastic ap 
lances ' yon will never regret it. RO' 
p;LASTrC TRUSS COMPANY. C09 I 
■rameuto street. ]al3-; 



LOST US, HAVE YC 

WELL YOU CAN FIND US AT 

No, 25 Kearny g 

Between Marttf-t and Post, 

With a Fine Line of CLOTHS to be mad^ 
the best style, under the regular prices. The 
assortment SHIRTS and FURNISHING GO 

BENEDICT & SMITH, 

Formerlr at So, 3 Second Street 

mrl4-tf 



THE PERFORATED 
FRICTIONAL BEL 

...FOR... 

Rlieamatlsm, Iiumbago and Kid 
Complaint. 

It is All Elastic and Perforated, has all th( 
qualities of the Porous Plaster, find supporl 
alfected parts at the Bame time. The IMPRC 

Elastic Support Bel 

Is nneaaalled &« an Abdominal acd Spina) Su] 
either for ladies or gexitlemeD. and Is highly r 
mended by all physidans ae the best supportc 
presented to the public. 

Orders received for BR. HOWE'S ELA 
TRUSS, for the radical cure of RUPTURES. 
605 Sacramento Street, San FraBC 

Send stamp for Circulars Jal5 



OPERA HOUS 

•AM JOOK, OAI.A. 



TMn Bcsntlfal and NeTrlr KenOT 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or M 
at reasonable terms. 
jal4-tf G. BROHASKA. Proprle 



ELOCUTION. 



MI8S EIHILT MtSTAYF.R takes 

method of informing the public that siie Is pre 
to give young ladit-s Lessons in Elocution an 
pare them for the Dramatic Profession. For t 
etc, apply at No. C03 Taylor street. mil 



NEVADA RESTAURAh 

4J2 Pine Street. 

Between Montgomery and Keamy (Nevada B 

V. DOL & V. EIGNE, Propritt 

A FIIUT-CLASt; KESTAtBAJn, 

fel-Im 

Books Bought 

Ubrarles and Pareela ol BoaKh Boni 

DAVIDS, 653 WASHINGTON STREET, 
doors below Keamy. Open eveninKS feS 



MRS. A. E. A. MUSE 

Bc«ldcnee, 120 Poortta Street, 

Bet HImion and Howard. (i 

SAN FRANCISCO BAT 

Hairdressing EstaMishme 

638 Washlnston street, 

below Keamy. PRICKS RE-, 
DIjCED: Baths, 2S cents. Bhav-' 
Ing, 86 eenta. Hair cutUuv, 23 
centa. Shampooing, 2S cents. 

tUteliAiiittk^Miiifa^^iiliiMi 



lATHI 



■lOAIlO SViSRYWHSRS. 

FIG.VEO la ProcTiunme of the 
beatr^a. 

i'lG Alio U dWributed FRE« eT- 
'rwh?re ttirouxhout the bxiaiiieeaL 
iTtioM of San Fr»ocisoo. " 

flUti&O is well circulated erery 
»T U< Oakland. 

VVjl &.R0 U placed In hands or thr 
l«?ispr9 by the Overland Tiain 

FIgCIo U d. -tributed in Sacra- 
ento t^-'sw daj in the week- 
FIOARO 1« aiiUed every day to 
1 the ticiocipal hotels oo the Pacific 
w«6. ' 

_J^ BOOAJBD US. Publjgher. -; 




TAPE WORM 



ltcnip<r<I 



M. 



Here, Tbere »ad Everywhere." 



Establislied 1865 



SAM FRANCISCO, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, line. 



aguire's Uew Theatre. 

Bush S(rc«t. between Monteoniery and Kearny. 



JIRE i HA.VERLY Propribtors and Manaokk-s 




33 ESTATE! DF-IT 



S EVENING - ^IP»E 2 

Programme for this Evening. 

IT FIRST— AN ENTERTAINMENT OF REFINED MINSTRELSY. 

idnclorr Overture.. HORRIiiO^'S OK<HE«TSA 

id-KUs »e C«o<l B)0 DarliiiR R. T. TVRRELL 

IcSona-Th* Uollur.Storr BE.V CQTrU> 

id-Brine back the Old Folk.<i t'. S. FREDERICKS 

le Song-PuII down your Vr.st BILLY EMERHON 

td~.nazgie, When the Sun eoes down W. H. TILLA 

DESCRIPTIVK. UN ALE- 

fe on the Mississippi 

neg.'^rg. EHERSOX, KE.IIBLE AKD < OnP.AXY. 
PABT SECOND. -Grand Ethiopian Carnival. 

7R ALASAMA HOMES 



jlad--s«lecied W. H. tilla 

TRIP TO PARIS ! 

)0n a Tripf BILLY KMHRSON 

/ to Paris, I BEN COTTON 

A Gendarme J F. •BERI3T 

A Guudarme J. H. MIfBPHY 

■ HA*H JUSTIN ROmifSON 



tTVUR-"OBPHEVS-' 



With Violin Obligato 

H. |i>€HRBINER 



«ril HORN SOLO Selected ERNEST SCHLOTT 



'«;BAAiD MARCH" 

Conductor -CEO. 



.FAUST 



T. EVAKS. 



lu active prepiratiou. J R. KJEMBLES New Burlesque, 

he Hammaiii Baths. 

*fDAY, June 5th-Will be presented for the first time in this city, at 
re a New Theatre, Bush street, MAT, MORGANS LIVING PICTURES 
■^Rt Eastern Sensation. 

*DAY, , Tune 5th —The California Minstrels will remove from Maguire'e 
'heatre to Magujre's Opera House. 



OEMS 

from 

aU 

the 

OperaB 

can 

be 

had 

at 

Sherman 

& 

HTDE'3 

Music 
Storo, 
comer 

o( 
Kearny 

and 
Sutter 

Sts 






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California Theatre. 

JJ? ■7.9?,!l?i'^.V^J''^^^H Proprietor a-vd Masaoeb 

MR. l!Aim)N HUL. ACTINO Manaoeh 

Robert M. Kbbklb... Stage Manager I Cha3. Sohultz Musical Director 

John Tourk.nce Machinist T. J. French Tri'aswLT 

W^^T__PoR^J!l^_^_____acenio^^ 

J-mCl&X 3>a"lsli.t tooit One 

OF THE DISTINGl'ISUED ARTIST, MR, 

[lii,ilL==_ 

SUPPOflTED liV 

^^^^ LIZZIE PRICE. 

XmS^^EJgENING^ 

He will appear in his grrcat perjonation of "Louis and Fabieii Dei Franchi," 
in Uie famouj drama of THE 

Corsican Brothers 

The Drama will be presented with New Scenery and Illusions, and the 

FOLLOWING STRONG CAST: 
M. LOUIS DEI FRANCHI, 1 Corsican ( CHAS. 
M. FABIAN DEI FRANCHI, ( Brothers t FECHTER 

M. Chateau Renaud Barton Hill 

n. Alfred Me.vuard Nelson Itrrkt-r 

l.e l»aroii Mnnl^iron Henry t:4l>«ur<l'. 

Lc Baron 4;toriiano Martelll lohn misnn 

M. K(-:tii<'Ii;un|> Hurr} M (iod« 

in. Favrollc Frank kll ia> 

Marro < Olonna IThe heads of two) RolMTt Pmi-nian 

tiuctano Orlando fCorsician families) IV. A. Mcsiavrr 

Antonio S:ilona, ..Iud«e of Sullacaro District, Corsica U. toad 

(icill'o, a Domestic E. N. Thayer 

Boisxt^e, a Woodcutter. R, ilonarnma 

Tonia.40, a Guide M. Holmes 

Servant .1. Connell 

KMILIE DE LE6PARE MISS LIZZIE PRICE 

Uosette ■) ( IWii).s Varric «>atl 

J*l5]i Uadies of theWte.a-^ m1"/{. "*'',''/.''""•.""" 

Iiorec I *^ I Inl>.« .Maszlc < lianil>em 

Uoniino... .; (. MiK.ii Louisa lava\our 

Madame SavUia Del Franchi, Mother of Louis and Fabicii 

•• Mrs. 1". K, Saunders 

Marie, a Domestic Miss Annie IIIkes 

Ladies, Gentlemen. Masks, Dominoes, Debardeurs, Grotos<jiie.4, 8crraut.s, 
Male and Female Corsican Peasants, etc. 

NEXT MONDAY ETENINC JI/NE 5, 1876 

By arrangement with MESSRS. JAKRETT & PALMER, Managers 

of Booth's Theatre, New York, SHAKSPEARE'S 

Grand Historical Pia.v, 




OPEHA HOUSE. 

Fourth and Positively the Last Week 

0|- THl MS., 1 ^^V.I! VVKH.- Tl'l 

Original 8E0RGIA MINSTRELS 



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The Boa* 

"" ""• ParPSccond^^HCrand oTio! 

''"•' Jake Hamilton lit New IJiinjo Solos 

Montc'ry »■ -^ . _,„. . _ . _ _ , _ 

jlrret. SECOMi WEEh OF IMF, 

Grand Cluadruple Bong and Dance 

l(KO>«N and MII.I.h .imi kflNlN nml i|iiiITii>. 
in >rM OrnlorlrnI ItTvrl.: 

THE OLD^ANTPEmixiTIES 

l:t>>TO>. H*MIITO^ nnil V1ll'>o\, 

Ballad ■■•■■■ ...■P. a. Bowman 

in thrir trrnhatlr t^ni« :«nfl t>iinrrk. 

T> conclude »ilh EXSTo.N-s Luii/hsMp !>lirwli. 



Tnn<bo« 
0»rri«re 

A air I l.ulirlel [ 

Thnfs Mherr I like I* Be 

John'ii unar dOMii on Ihr l<laiiit 
In hrr llllir l>ril vtr Inid hrr 

t*lte mc thr t.uu 

Oh: Mls« sa»lr 

Mother inid mr In year aratt 



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A 4;enl's 

Smoklnz 

.larkel. 

ma4le of 

Ihe l>nrsl 

Velvet. 

co«t 

SiO, 

for »■?. 

at 

UNCLE 

HARRIS' 



■on 



The Bat'ile of Agincouri, 

Will bei^roduccd witii *he Original Scenery, Costumes, Armora, 
Properties, Etc., and the Engagement of 



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me@ lappelt 



AS KING HENRY V. 

Mr. FREDERIC THORNE, Mr. C. B. BISHOP, Mr. FRANK LITTLE, 
M. VICTOR, Mile. LOUISE DOREL and Mile. GABRIELLE DU SAULD. 



70? 

Kearn} 

Street. 

corner of 

Merchant 



Wharfs tlat Goose 

MR GRAIIAT.I. 

HANNAH UKABALL 

BflTP. PF.RSIMMON 

KRASTIiH UIPLUNB 

.IIM JU.MPF.U 

HMcl.,Vr«. Prsl llnL A duiMIl, He 

MONDAY, June .'>lh. will he prc»<-me<l ff.r Ihc nr« t.n.t tn Uu ..l». at 
MAUUIRES NEW TUF.ArRK, Ilush 8tJ«i, 

Matt Morgan's Living Pictures 

The L a test £ a 9 1 c r n S e n g a t Ion . 

MONUAV, .lunc .•.. !-:■.. the C-M-l K' i l,M \ MI.'.MI I i .•• - i ,.«.... 
from Maguirc's !*flw Thcitra to MiiU.re » Op^» H'."i»» 



COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is lVo^\7^ Or>en Tor SixTDsorii^tioxx to StoclsL, 

r THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FEANCISCO. 



Incox-p orated XJncler the La-*vs ot tlie estate &f Calllornla. 

30,000 Sln^ires, I»«,r "V«,l\xe $50 E3a,olx--S10 r>er SHa-re I»£vicl Iix. 

IRECTORjt- ROBERT STEVENSON, of Stevenson's Block, San Francisco: FREDERICK TURRILL, Capitalist ; J, 3. SPEAR, ,JR , of Ed. 8. Spaar i Co , Auctlonei-r.. ; ELMER TEURV. ..f '" Torrr * i. n*n Pr.r, 
rancisco: LEANDER SAWYER, San JUteo, Capitalist; WALTER G. HOLMES. Attorney at Law. Prcsldenl.lSOLON PATIKE; SMirelarj. i . H. I »KT» K. 

IE OBJECT OP THIS BANK IS *0 LOAN MONEY ON COLLATERAL SECURITIES. SUCH AS DIAMONDS, WATCHES, FBBS'TURE, WARyiOl.HK RKrMPTh. IJI .. « M J R^^ 

t,4percent. a mon»h. AIto to receive Term Deposita and Deposits subject to Call or Check. This Bank will for the present allow the following Rates of Interest . -Term l>rp»*IU •! Mix naaiat. i »«t r m. prv ••■•■■"i I'-vi 

faK. 1 1*1 per exnt. per month. No Interest allowed on Daily Deposits subject to call or check. 

e Directors of this Bank are all well known bbsiness men of this city, and as such give to all customers or depositors a guarantee ot fair and liberal dealing. 

bscrlptioB Books for a Uoiited number of shares at $10 per share, are now open at the COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK, Northeast Corner Post and Kearnj street* CAIITMR. 

,.LL OR SEND FOR CIRCULARS. my24-lm /i"i»f^ 



-•H<i\ r*TTril 



Choice, Well-Furnished 

Litside Rooms 

...TO LET, AT.... 
V CTS. to ONE DOLLAR PERNICHT, 

...AT THE.... 

>SO HOUSE, 

JDUCED RATES BY THE WEEK. 

L IBlci,xiaic>xxi.e filtreel: 

L. J. EITELL, Proprietor. jal8 

IfE YOUR PICTURES! 

OF ANY KUTD, taken AT TH 

:W YORK 

Sallery^ 

>i as *r3Bcxx%x> sfz*. 

Bblnet Pletorea, 94 per doicit. 

J. H. PKTKBa, Proprietor 




>nanza House 

867 Axad. 868 

ie< Street, between Fonrth A FIfUi. 

NGLE FURNISSXD ROOMS ! 

Igfat, Week Hontii. Twenty-flre and flftj 
er Night; fC to $13 per month. mylS-lm 



CANDIES. 

Kind* of the Finest Candy Made 

Heam Candy Factory dally. All ordi 
f trom,the country, are solicited and 



^ANTY, formerly CaatT 4k Wacaer 

191 Uontgoawrr Street, < 




THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY I Nothing Ever Seen Einal to It! 
BARGAINS at TOS lo 716 Kearnr Street, (opposite Ihe Plaza), next to tlly Hall 




WELLINGIQN COAL 

The Best Stea m Coa l in the World. 

II«ed Exeliulvel7 br the Brliiith Navy on thin C«a«l, and by the Principal Local 
Steamithlp tJompanieit. 

FOR DOMESTIC USB IT IS SUPERIOR TO THE BEST QUALITY OP WK9T HARTLBY 

aod Scotch Splint Coals. 
Be aore you get the GENUINE WELLINGTON Once UMd it eUDOt be mUtakeo. Tbs Coal to 
banL apUntecT, dull in luster, and doe* not aoll ti>e Snger. 



Fori 



) wholesale and retail by the Agenle, 



BERRYMAiy «£ DOTLE^ 







AUL. LAJDIKH UNE IX 

Far Sale br all Dranlata. an^^lni 



Boca Beer ! Boca Beer ! 
ARION HALL 

The Celebrated Beer Now aa Oraaibt 

from the ODiy LajMr B~<r llr^wfry oo th-' Caa<l 
Now 'in «*|p »* 

HENRY GRIMM'S, 

ARION HALL, 

N. E. Coraer af Batter aad hraray M*. 

■salS 



Bulkhead, bet. Pacific and Jackson-St. Wharves. 

no2C M-W-F-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

RMRUG OC£MI^URGI»IG BREAIER? 
FOiaiNG SURF, ■ORSIEH SEI LlOIS- 

Appetizing Breakfuti, LaaokM 
Diimars and Bappen. 

BBIN«i TOIR W«^K^^... . 

BRLNC VOIR F4MiL1 : __.___- 
BRI'VC torn LA»» FRimrB* 

And enloy a .1.- '1 U>' f.'."-* 'KRAW PAJKV 
RAMA IN THK W'llil 1) Ci Id il(M a( 

Uif wtrhl rrrjvwi,*.! 

Ooltlon Onte. 

WItli a flMt of *hii>-w1o(«l 
hooi •vary P««* ol »b» «» 

N«r Un* BoMt. «oBa«oUa« wit > twK <:- 
Looa MouDtala vrary U ail 
CUS Boom 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 

The Beit Sprue ll»dif in* in Di«. 



PIRIIM 

eiwv^p« •» 

SoMliy > 



POR /ABLE 

Extinguishers ! 

FIR^ 1RNCINES 

"', ** 

Better than Insurance. ^ 
PARKK A ].K{\. Atrnnt., 

417 Market Utrmt 

raala «l»a»»<. tl real*. »»«i' 

IVmM* Wltl. n MMta iwwf «t 

niarm. M aola •• 

Via* OlitAaKS>*o>* 




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BOSTOlt OTITEB H«imB| 

M a^d W OMtM MataA 
McKlttneli 4k mnmrr. rmfn. 

...... <.~„all]naM. > ! *■ ■ w g Oa* ■ .» "'vy 

-,kvih«l«.a«OT>**w*^ '^•" • 
. <•« aad nmlne^*> o**^^ ■• 



* 

mat OROAM or amusemints. 



S3'.> MKKCHANT STREET, 

Belo' Moottomery. 8»n Fnmctoco 



FB IDAY JUNE 2 

PACinc DIVISION or the atlastic and 

ACinC TELEOBAPIi CX>., 507 CALIFORNIA BT. 

New Yore. June 1. 1876. 

Opened '* '••'» 

12 M "S-* 

TDE FAST TRAI.V. 

jarrril A Paliuoi's Tmnn-Conllncnlal 

'•DenrT V." Trnin Arrives In tliiraiiu 

•16 JMnnlcA Abead of 1iin<-. 

The following despatches show the pro- 
yreis of Jarrett & Palmer's "Henry V." 
Train aeross the coatinent : 

HABRiBBtBC, I'a., June 1st.- Jajrett & 
Palmer's fast train arrived on time at 5:30 
this morning. 

Ai/rooNA, Pa., June Ist.— Jarrett & 
Palmer's fast train passed here at 8:16 A. 
H., on time. 

PiTTSBi'RO, Pa., June Ist.— Jarrett & 
Palmer's fast train arrived at 11 A. M.; dis- 
tance, 439 miles, in 8 hours 58 minutes, 
without stopping. Leaving one baggage 
ear, the train was transferred to the Pitts 
burg, Fort Waj-ne and Chicage Kailroad, 
and left for Chicago at 11:03 A. M. 

ARRIVES I.V CHICACO. 

Chicago, June 1st.— Jarrett &. Palmer's 
fast train fer California arrived here safe 
to-night at 10:19, being 26 minutes ahead 
of time. The cars were transferred to the 
Northwestern road, and after waiting for 
time, the train left for the Paeiiic. Mr. 
E. A. Parker, passenger agent of the Nortb- 
weitern Railroad Company, joined the ex- 
cursion here. 

Omaha, June 3d. — 10 o.'clock a. u. — Jar- 
rett & Palmer"* fast train arrived 21 min- 
utes ahead of time. 



ai* Flrnl Baby. 

DiAR SlSTEB : I now take my seat and 
sit down to take this opportunity to in- 
form you that I am a daddy at last. Abbe 
has got a nice fat baby, and we hops these 
few lines may find you enjoying the same 
Messing. New this is to be strictly a busi- 
ness letter. Firstly, as I said before. 
Abbe has got as nice a baby as ever made 
up faces. Nextly, I hare swapped away 
•Id Buckskin, and I thiak I have a pretty 
aice horse ; it is a girl, and weighs nine 
pounds (I mean the baby), and is as fat as 
butter, and has got a ^ood strong pair of 
lungs. She has got blue eyes and a dimple 
in the chin (I mean the baby now), and 
just the prettiest mouth that ever opened 
to receive pap ; and judging from her teeth 
I should think she is about six years old (I 
mean the horse now). She is sound, 
■mooth, and kind (I mean the horse or 
baby either now), and the doctor says she 
is the fairest he ever saw, without excep- 
tion. (He means the baby). I got twenty- 
five dollars to boot (not on the baby, 
though, fer in its case the boot was on the 
other foot, and two or three sizes larger, as 
near as I can find oat). She is a* hearty 
aa a pig, ate an egg, a biscuit, and drank 
three cups of tea for dinner (I mean Abbe). 
She is getting aloag nicely, and if she 
don't hare any bad luck sha will get along 
first rate. She is troubled with disorders 
of the stomach, and they say this is a sign 
of the colic. (I mean the baby. ) I hope 
it is, for the nurse says colicky babies 
never die. She talks out of her nose as 
she takes snufT. . (The nurse I mean now). 
There, I've been reading this over, and 1 
aee plainly that I ain't lit to write. Tho 
amount of it is, I am flustered. I am a 
happy daddy, and that accounts for it ; so 
you must excuse me this time. 



V^rftcUy Awfol. 

There was once an awful little girl, who 
had an awful way of saying "awful" to ev- 
erything. She lived in an awful house, in 
an awful street, in an awful village, which 
was an awful distance from every other 
awful place. Sho went to an awful school, 
where she had an awful teaeher, who gave 
her awful lesions out of awful books. 
Every day she was so awful hungry that 
she eat an awful amouat of food, so that 
she looked awfully healthy. Her hat 
was awfml small, and her feet were aw- 
ful large. She went to an awful church, 
and her minister was an awfo] preacher. 
When she took an awful walk she climbed 
awfal hills, and when she got awful tired, 
she sat down under an awful tree to rest 
horself. In summer she foand the weather 
awful hot, and in winter awful cold. When 
it didn't rain there was an awful drouth, 
and u the awful drouth was over there 
•was an awful rain. So that this awful girl 
was all the time in an awful state, and if 
she does not get over saying "awfnl" about 
cveryt} c, she will, by and by, come to an 
awfnl J. And this awful little giil 

Hres in this awful city. 

« 

Palmer's have received a new supply ol adies 



Ills Akc. 

When Charles Reade's dramatization of 
Tennyson's "Dora" was being enacted in 
Prairie City, where the choice of actors was 
not great, Mary Morrissoa, on making her 
exit to bring on her little Willie, of four 
years, was shocked to find a lubberly boy of 
at least fourteen, who must go on as no 
other was to be had. The Farmer Allen 
of the play was no doubt equally shocked 
to fee Mary coming up the stage with a boy 
nearly at big as herself. What was worse, 
the audience began to to titter. But Far- 
mer Allen was equal to the emergency, 
and instead of asking "How old are you, 
my little boy ?" said, "How old are yeu, 
my strapping fellow?" probably hop- 
ing that the] boy would have the good 
sense to give an age more suitable to his 
siie. The boy, however, with painful fidel- 
ity to the book, and in a sepulchral voice 
that made the answer all the more prepos- 
terous, said, "Four to five, grandpapa." 
"Forty-five!" exciaimed the other, cheer- 
fully; "you look it, ray boy !" There was 
a laugh at the moment, hut the play was 
saved from shipwreck. 

Biirtlensome Dniirs. 

Henry George, Esq., an old ex-news- 
paper man, not loug ago on the San Fran- 
cisco Post is visiting this country. He 
likes the mountains, and we do not know 
but he will stop in this section. Mr. 
George is now Inspector of Gas Meters 
for the State of California.— (?ra«» Valky 
Union, Mny 30th. 

And Henry George, Esq., is evidently 
very closely attentive to the irksome duties 
of his office. • 



Crilerlon Oyster iMioon, :iIO Kearny St. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace,— 
Roam all Fri>co where you will, 
Is the rciiowTi'd Criterion, ( 

Kept by EUBRSON CORVILLB ! 

He.'s Ihc Oj-stCT King o( Frisjo, 

Bivttlvr-Ccnv-'ul trom the East, 
210 on Ke.^mj' Street, 

Where all can obt&ln a feast 
Of dehcate Eastern Oystere, 

Or of California's best, 
Press'd in any and ev'ry sty'e. 

That's in vof^e from East to West, 
All the Oj-ster-eating injblie 

PrtHest. wRhout a^uarrel. 
That for FYesheet, Choioeet Oystcre, 

Cor>')I1e can ol&im the Laurel ! 
Then, for Privacy and Comfort 

All his Lady Patrons tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as well ! 
So cosy, dwerful, elejrant! 

You're Onchanted »t a ([lance 
Witii Corville's oreat Cbitkrio.n 

It is the House Par Excellence ! ! ! 
Glams, Lolwters and Crabs the freshest 

In the City you get there ; 
With GuinneesT Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "Bass's Bitter Beer !" 
Sparklinx Champagne and finest Wines, 

Inu>ort«d by him express, 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoiseurs all confess ! 
If, Reader, you like sweet ON-sters,— 

Your pleasure to make coroplet*, 
Oo to 
EMERSON COHVILi.E'S CRITERION, 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 

E\ery first eioss dealer keeps the "Standard' 
Shirts. I 

.nilliiirry 6«od8, 

Wboles-ile and re'.4 at Pa mar's, 72€ to 734 
Uarket street. 



Oo S«t SnSer trom Coras. 

The unlortunate suHerers from Corns, Bonione 
Club and Infrrowing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Busb, from 1 to 6 p. h. We speidf from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctors capability. Ref- 
erence given ii reqjired. B 



Ooaks, Sacques, Lace Cape and Bonnets, etc.. 
Just received at Palmer's, 726 to 734 Uarket St. 

TaslelcAs Medicines. 

Castor Oil and many other nauseous medicines, 
can be taken easily and safely in Dundas Dick & 
Co.'s Soft Capsules. No taste; no smell. Sold 
by your drugsisl. Ask him for our little book. 

Orders come m from all quarters for the Stan- 
dard Shirts. The pubHc appreciate them. i 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Tivoli Concert Gardens, 

N. IV. ror. Saltcp and Stockton sis. 

VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT 

EVERY EVENING BY EIRST 

CLASS ARTISTS. 

Tho only Family Gard«BS in the city. je2.3m 



WHITE & KEARNS 

H^'ill connnrn^e Itieir Sixth Sf^aAon on 

Jucti rJrb, at Actioch. and will risit the principal 
towns throughout California. Kevada and Oregon. 
WAKTKD— Two end men. also a first and second 
Violinist that can play E Flat and B Klat Comcta. 
Apply at Blondell House, N. Sv. corner StocktoB 
and Broadway. Sunday. June 4th, froml'2M. to9 
P. M. . iel^t 



ANNUAL PICNIC 

. , . .OF 

AnialnaniaUHl tiotilety of F.iisliirors, 'Ha- 
rhinLsl». Iflllwrlehls, KlarkNnillhs 
and PatK-m-.Vukeni, ^.'^F. Uranrh, 
>io. 380. 

WILL EE HELD AT 

MELlttOIVT PARK, 

On SnutlAT, Jnnr 4, IH76. 

Train Itaves depot, corner of Fourth and Town- 
send streetfl. at y o'clock, sharp, and will stop at 
Twenty-si \th street. A numlier of prizes will be 
contested for Music by Alpar's Band. Tickets. $1 
each. Children under 13, 50 cents. Tickets to be 
had at 140 First street and 207 Second street, or at 
the car. Members of the British Mutual Aid Soci- 
ety are invited to attend. Dancing to commence at 
II A. M my24 



Maguire's Sew Theatre, 

BUSH STREET, 

A. D. ROBERTS Lessee and Manager 

New York Sensation 

MATT MORGAN'S 

Art Exhibition I 

X*X-\7'I1>J"C3- 

CLASSIC STATUARY 

OF 

Historical & Mythological 

TJLBLEIAUX. 
35" X 3F" "X" ^S? 

BEAUTIFUI. 

Young Ladies 

AKD 

A Talented & Selected Troupe 



Specialty Stars ! 



Box Offi ce now open for sa • of &«ats. 
ieltf 



Wade's Opera House. 



l\ PBEPARATlOBi, 



Pates (£ Furies. 

CREAT PARI^TIAN iSEK!<>ATIOK ! 

CIPRICO'S FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT, 

my27-lw 



Long Bridge Siwimming Baths 

Persons can here enjoy tha benefite of SEA 
BATHING, without being exposed to chilling windf 
and daogeious currents. 

my27-tf A. TRUWORTHY. Manager B 



NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 



At a Meeting of ibe Board of Health, 

held on the 2eth of May, A. D. 1876, it was ordered 
that the following sections of chapter 11 of the 
General Orders of the Board of Supervisors be pub- 
lished in the dailj newspapers : 

[Roportft of Ph3^1clanK.] 

Sec. 5. It shall be the dutj of each physician in 
this city and connty to report to the Health 
Officer in writing, every patient be Rhalt have labor- 
ing iinder Asiatic cholera or smaHirfix immediately 
after he shall b« satisfied of the nature of *he difr* 
ease immedfately after it gball have occxirred. 
[Beporf« of HoaK«bolderR] 

Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of every house- 
holder in this city and county to report, in writing, 
to the Health Officer, imme<Iiate]y, the nanae of 
every person boardiug at his •f h«r bouse, wfaoni he 
or sbe shall have reason to believe to be sick of 
chol«ral or smallpox, and any deaths occurring at 
bis or her house from sueh disease. 

[Persons Infected with SmaUvox.) • 

Se-c. 9. 2^0 person attending upon or otherwis 
coming ib contact with any person affected with 
small^x Id such a manner or to such an extent as 
to render hira liable to commnnicatc the disease, 
shall go upon any public street or in any way mingle 
with people not affected with the disease. 
[Prohibiting the Removal of Qnaran- 
ilne Flags.} 

Sec. 29. No per^ion shall remove a yellow or 
quarantine flag or placard from any building where 
the said flag or placard shall have been placed by 
the Htalth Officer or hie deputies, without the per- 
mission of t^aid Health OlKcr or bis deputies. 
my2^ 



MASONIC TEMPLE BATHS, 

NO. Kt POST ST.. SAN PRANCISCO. 

Tapor, Hot Air, 8l«ain. Elcrlrlcal. 

Chemical, Sulpnur, Mercuriat Acid. Artifieial Sea 
and other Baths, for the preeervation of Health 
and Cure of Inralids. 

OXYGEN INHALATIONS. - For Catarrh, 
Throat. Lung. Nervous and Mental Diseafles. 

•SOL.'K.R RAY SURGERY ■■-KemoTes Birth 
Mark?, India Ink. Mol«9, Abnormal Growths and 
dii.coloration6. 

Dk. browns REMEDY FOR CANCER - 
Prompt, efficient, and almost painless. The most 
desperate caeee are inrited. No Pay required unMI 
a cure is effected. 

DB. D. C. and MRS. MOORE, 

iiiy25.;!al 10 Post Street. 



■A-XTTn Qirs ! 

For Sale by the nnderslctied. 60 Suits 

ARMOR, coEnprising Helmets, Breastplates. Lam- 
berquins, Wristlets. Armlets, Tights. Sandals, Tu- 

niCfc. Toga?, Shield?. Combat Swords. Spear Heads. 

21 \ffrARF 



READY INJ^E WEEK. 

Bishop's Directory 

For 1876 

win be ready for doHvory in OXK 

WEEK, containing 1.600 pa«e8 and over 100,000 
Names. PRICE ONLY THREE DOLLARS. A 
thorough and speedy canvass— fresh from the field 
—not seven months old as usual with Directories 
heretofore pnblished in San Franciaco—but issued 
in a few days from the final eompletion of the can- 
vass—containing all new arrivals, chaoges, etc, up 
to date-making it truly A DIKECTORY FOR 
1876! 

BE.H EMBER THE PKICE IS 

ONLY THREE DOLLARS. 



my23-«t 



B. «'. VANDALL. Pnbli«hrr. 



Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To \H- had in all stores and Saloons. 

Manufactured by DENICKE BROTHERS at the 
WHITE MAN'S CIGAR FACTORY. 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23.tf 

Prepare for yoiir Centennial trip by laying in 
a supply of "Standard" Shirts. i 



CHETENNE OPERA HOUSE. 

By tlie Night or Weeli, or will make 

satisfactory arrangementf with Theatrical Compa- 
nies on sharing terms. For particulars, address 
J, McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I, 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do vretl to avail them- 
selves of this, the erreatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suffering humanity. 

Dr. Spinney will Guarantee to 
l!0rfeit$50U 

For every case of seminal weakness, ot private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which be undertakes 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, say to the 
luifortunate suJSer^r who may read this notioe, that 
you are treading upon dangerous ground when yoa 
longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
complaint. You may be iu the hrst stage, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If v ou are bor- 
derlnt; upon the last, and arc sufferi) g some or all 
of its in effects, remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come when 
the most skillful ph>"sician can render you no aa- 
aistauce; when tie door of hope will be closed 
agaiust you; when no angel of mercy cat. bring yoo 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself upou your im- 
agiijatioD. but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation, and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
catue, wbich is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
Bucb cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito- 
urinary organs. 

All Letters and Conunitnlcations Strict- 
ly Coniifleiitial. 

ronsultatlons Free— Cliarses Moderate. 
Office nonra from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRESS. 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Franelsoo, 



FREE AND EASY. 



4* 



2>ff, 



•Oa MISSIOI* •TBRKT, 

Hsar BceoDd, 

E^erv Saturday Ni|rht. 

THO*. 'WTI.O, OhalrKsn. 

UdUI Further Kotio*. 

A the teat BongB next Saturday Nlgiit. 
EA«IJE8 A WUD. 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE. WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open November Ist. Variety Tal- 

eiA goiii£ Eaat or We£t, wishing engagemcDts, wH 
find it to their advantage to addreea. stating term ' 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEIi, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
oe25t CHEYENNE. ■W< 



The Manly A^rt 

OF.... 



Private Lessons Given in Boxing! 

EY 

PROF. TOM McALPINE, 

Ex-Ctaaniplon ot the Middle-WeigbU. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET, 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
rooms or residences, if desirable. apl8-ti 



Cards. Cards. Cards. 

50 of Ihc Neatest VISITINft C ARDS yon 

ever saw, with your name beautifully printed on them 
sent by return mail upon receipt of 40 cts and 3c 
stamp (or it« c(puvalatit in poatage stamps,) La- 
dle* and <^eiit,s now is your time. Samples of 
our 30 styles of printing and a list of our 10 kinds 
of cards, 100 styles in all combined. Agents price 
list, etc., sent with each new lot no two alike and 
the latest style. Address all orders to DeFOR- 
KEST S; G A8KILL. S38 Broadway, Oakland mr27 

.a.. :o TJ lac Xj E3 h., 

DItV<;(;I^T .IND CHEMIST. 

SOLE AGENT OF 

RiGord's Specific-& Velpeau's 

3VI E5X3I CI KTIEI e . 

1330 Dnitont Street, between Yallcjo 
and «reen. apl4-lm 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs less than hall a£ 
much as ordinary Soap. 

For Sale by all Drncsisls and Crocers. 

VENTTRA ROCK SOAP COMPANY, 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Ridiug Academy, 

....AND.... 

UVEBV STABLE. 

A splendid stock of Horses, 
Phtetons, Saddic Horses, to let 

at all hours, at moderate rates. 

T."*? aHd T39 Folsom street. Hetween Third and Fourth. 



T7o 'F*stToa.±l± 





HBLEWARE AND ALL G( 

From wbich the Silver is worn, replatei 
most durable manner, at Ihe Sak Fr 
Gold and Silvkk I'latiko Works, 

Nos. 653 asd 655 Mission S 

Between Kew Montgomery and Thirtl 

A Fine Stock of Tables 

For Sale at the Lowest Rates. 
E, e. DENNISTON Proi 



YOUR SPIRI 

Friends Can be Seen by Attend I 

Seances of the GREATEST MATERIA: 
MEDIU.M in the world, 

MRS. C. M. SAWH 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE, SHOW HA] 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO BE : 
KIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEN 



Honest investigators call and aee for thi 
ever; evening except Monday and Tbarsds 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 1 
street near Market. Seances begin at 1\ ( 



FOR A GOOD 5 CBMT OL.\{ 

BEER, ALE OR PORTER, 




sw 

MARKET £.3?-? S"" 

wines, Llanors and Cigars of tl 
aualtty. 

ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTr 

....DIRECTED BY,.,, 

Prof. D.Jperar 

Lessons on the Plxino and in Si 

1800 STOCKTON STKEET, 8. 



:Ei.O<D 



.A. W u 



^j^ OYSTER HOUSE | 

HIARKET STREET .lBO>"E P< 

The best Oysters, Chops. Roasts and 

the market. Private appartments for Fan 

Ladies Family orders delivered to reside 

of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. 8. S.MITH, Pro) 

CLAY-STREET 

BIDIN<i ACADE.'MY, 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is th? most elegant 
and commodious Riding ^==- 
Acadetny in the city ; open 
day and evecing. Particu- 
lar attention paid to teaching beg-ianers* 

6e24 A MAR.SUALL. 




SII.VER & FABENS 

Designers and Engravers on 

532 Clay St., (Sterett's Print! ng < 

BUILDINGS, LETTER-HEADS, MONO 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, E 

Plain, or in a Variety of C< 

feU-Un 




First-ria»<) HENTlJiTRT for le»» 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at cornc 
kefe and Stockton than an tirst-class Den 
in town, Teeth extracted without pain I 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
{fcS-3m COCHRANE & RtCHJ 



ONE MILLIOI^ 
7x>Aca.e IDollx 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOODS 
736, :28, 730 and 733 



Advetisers . Ta ke No 

I am dlMrlbntlng Cards. Cli 

Handbills, etc., on the route between here 
ramcnto— both by the Vallejo and Ptocktc 
including ali way towns, and am prepare 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms moder 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.— I can ref 
mission to the proprietors of the Ame 
change Hotel and the Publisher of FlOAJ 
manner in which I do their work. 



Wood's Opera Ho 

LOS AN CELE S, CALA. 



,1. B. RYAN & CO... 
COL J. H. WOOD.... 



P 

..Bosiuo^i) 



Tills New Theatre -will opei 

about May 15th, as a first-class Variety 
Beating capacity, 700; staec, 35x40 feet -t 
stage of any theatre in the city, with baci 
galleries Wanted, at all times, llr«t das 
People, also an A No. 1 Stage Manager, 
the year round. Address COL. J. H. 
Business Manager Woods Opera House. 
P. 8.— Would like to hear from Ml my 



VERBA SANTA 

TROCHES 

Strengthen the Voic e and 
Relieve Cough. 

W. M. SEARBY, DRUGGIST, 

869 Market St. 

Opposite Baldwin's Theatre: also, 
comer Kolsom and Fifth Sts. 




EatabUalMd 1865 



SAN FRAMCISGO FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1876, 



VOL. XXXU. 



A 
T 



S 



M 



..FOR A.... 

STYLISH HAT 

Got op cf ' t, r 

M<CANK>. „^^. 



IWADE'SOPEHA HOUSE 

Mission Street, t>etween Third and Fourth. 

"BEDERICK W. BERT Lessee and Manaoer 

AMESJ^BAR^XET^^^^;^^^ 

MIS EVENING------^--- ■■■^■■■■•■■■•■•- 2 

GRE.\T SUCCESS OF THE YOUNG ENGLISH TK.\GEDL\N, . 

C3-E30- I^ICSHMOlLiUS 

IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OF 



Or, The Battle of Agincourt. 

n all its Original Splendor, with a powerful cast of forty speaking charac- 
ters. Five Hundred Auxiliaries, a Chime of Church Bels, Grand 
Operatic Chorus, New Scenery, Correct Costumes, Warlike 
Implements, Original Musio and Superb Tableaux. 

KING HENRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

l»ukr or <:i(>Kl<-r I brothers toHhe I ...Mr. Frasor 

Itukr of Kedfurd I King I Mr. Osboriic 

aiikf of Kxcler Dncle to the King J. H. » Inson 

nukcof York Coustu to the KIbe Mr. Herbert 

Bar! of Siat.*»>nrT S ''•.„'*<■"'''■ 

Sari of IVcstiDoreland -J' Cloaj^M 

£arl of Warwick i;»*r. Morl«y 

krctabtehopof Canter bnry Mr. .Moatlows 

Bishop ot Biy . Mr. 8ey»on 

iir Thomas «r»y I *''* '^"'^ I ^.. Mr. Walton 

iacmorris.:::::::::..::..:.....:! ^^"^^ "^^ I .^. M.w»rd 

luellen Wm. Scall*« 

tamer v?'J*>**j; 

lates I I .<..C. Morr«U 

;ourt Soldiers in King Henry's Army I tlhas. Howe 

IVilllams... I I Ja.s. .1. Bartlett 

(ym I Formerly Serrants to FalstaS, I fteorge Uoehlll 

lardolph Now Soldiers in King I Wm. Simms 

•islol I ■ Henry's Army. I John Jaek 

loT Servant to the above MIM eerile tiranville 

I Herald *lr. Merton 

ImlKLSsador, from Chas. Tl Mr. 8eoi« 

Charles VI KiuB of France Chas. Allen 

^wls the Uauphin.. K. J. Bnckley 

»nke of Bnr^nndy Mr. Radnor 

take ot Oclfaiis W. W, 8haw 

►utfc of Bonrbou Mr, Ralleston 

L French soldier Mons. A. .Maynard 

rhe Constable ol France H. .M. Brown 

\^Si^^ :::::: I ^"-^ ^^ I ::::::::::::::::.::::"!;ir^]s;^^^^ 

Governor of Harflenr V. GaUoway 

fountjoy a French Herald Cha« Edmonds 

:be Bishop of Bourges Mr. Berlraiu 

•rincess Katherlne Miss Mary Young 

>auie Quickly (Pistol's wife) a Ho8te«s 

Mrs- Chas. Edmonds 

sab^.... Queen of France Mrs. Norton Bush 

tnmour as Chorus M>».s Annie FIruiln 

Lllce a lady attendant npon the Princess Kalherine 

•.-. Mi*« Amy Elliott 

JEpitome ot tSkcene^, li. -vents, Ai-tc. 

ACT I. Scene 1— The Throne Room. Seen* 2— EASTCHCAP, LONDON. 
Exterior of the Boar's Head. Scene 3— The Beagh at Softhamptont The £b- 
ish Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT II— FRANCE. Smss 1— A Room In the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
—The English Eutrencbments at Harflflur. Scene 3--Tbe Neifffaberhood of 
lie Mines, Soene 4— SIEGE OF HARFIEUR I At the Breach ! Signs of a 
evere Cenfllct. Scene 5— The Fronch Palace at Rouen. A View in Picardy. 

ACT III. 8c««e 1— The French Danphin's Tent near Agincourt. fNight.) 
—Within tb< English Line. (Night.) 3— The Dauphin's Tent. 4— The En- 
lish Position at Ajlncourt. 5— Part ef the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU. 
IHE BATTLE OF AGINCOURT. 8-The Plains of Agincourt. 8-Alter 
be Victory. 

AOT IV— Soene 1— Reception of King V. into Londen after the Battle of 
Lglncount. 

ACT V— FRANCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyee. J— A View 
f Troycs from the Bridge. 3— INTERION OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
'ROYS. Ceremony ot tfae Espousal of Kfng Henry V to the FViucess Katlisrinc 
f Valoij. 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC, 

Market Street, between Stockton and PoweU 

THOS. MAGUIRE „ / 

Al.Haymas. '.V".Z;"Z;''Z'Z""'Z""": Man"™" 

Positively Last Night But Two 

OF THE FAMOUS 



PROF. LING- LOOK ! 

THIS EVENING....^! :......'.."..........:. IT. 'JSnE^ 

I-New and Marvelous Experiments by 

during which he will produce his treat London Sensation- 

THE PL Y' NC^CACE^_^ 

2— The Mysterious and lincxplalnablc 

laa Fete de Las Gspadas^ 

Introducing the Inimitable and Only 



_»..AS 



4— The Masterpiece of all illusions, 

liA CENA INFERNAL, 

As performed over 3,00« times, and before all the Crowned 
Head.s of Europe by 

SUNDAY BVEJUNG, June 4th, 

Benefit of Prof. Keller 

AND 

Last Appearance in thisCity 

Strakosch Grand Opera Company 

Belocca, Tom Karl, Tagliapietria, 

Under the Direction of MAURICE STRAKOSCH, 



i 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

T. Ma^ikk'' ^"'°"' '^*"»" Stockton and Pcw.H. 

^"^^ -..- ■'> '■._,._,_ ^. -...-. . _..,.■., ' ' I'fcorMrtria 

TO. I..n.,.™e„t ... th. bonor^u. „„j^„ _a„ .„.^„.„. „^ .,, 

MAURICE STRAKOSCH 

OF TMK 



OPERA GOUFANT 

For the Appearance ot the ttieLratiil r,.p^ I •, ;^ 

Mile. Anne de Belocca 

The Famcttt Tcnrr, 
The loimltaHe Iiarildn, 

Signor TAGLIAPIETRA 

Under the pertenal diieclun ol 

MAURICE! STRAKOSCH 



In a Series ol 



Grand Operatic Concerts 

POSITIVELY 

Limited to Six in Nuinber! 

COMMENCING ON 

Wednesday, JiineTlh 



Dae Notice will l>c i^ircn ot the Salt ol ScaUi, Scale f1 PHcw, «Vr 



3 



Palace Opera House. 



Comer New Montgomery and Mission Sts. 



f" 



WILL OPEN ON 



Saturday Evening, 



O-U-ne 3<a., 




Patente<l Aug. IC, 1870. 



Grand Reopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



..WITH AN..„ 



MMENSE BILL 



..BY.. 



4 Performers 34 

Progrttmme Win Appear To-Horron . 



Maynard & Jones 

HAVE REOPENED THEIR 

Magniflcet Shoe Parlor I 



WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 



BOOTS AND SHOES 

ON 

Sole AgenU for the LILY YOUNG, PRATT & 
BRACKET'S Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters, 

None Genuine except stamped with our Trade Mark' Bole 
Agents for SAMUEL DUNBAR & CO'8. Fine Mines' and 
Children's Shoes, and GRAY BROS. Extra-Fine Ladies' and 
Misses New York Shoes. The largest and Onest stock ol 

LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES in the Cily. Even' Pair 
WARRANTKD GENUINE. ^ 

(SUCCESSORS TO BEERS & MAYNARD.) 

Kearny St eot. one Door from Bnsb Street 



ITew Olympic Variety 

Sontheast Comer Third and fillsalon Streets. 

J. HARRINGTON Propristor 

Johnny T11BR.S Stage Manacer 

ISADORE Frane Musicai Ihrtsnor 

Randolph Dixov Scenic Arthit 

FIRST APPBARANOB 
^^ Of the P romi slnt Young Dutch Com»d;a», 

TmSEVENIN^^ 

Curt.iin Rises at 8 o'clock \t> minutts. 

In which the Olympic SWge will he SEATED TO ITS 

UTMOST CAPACITY. 

tjrand Walk. Around by all the Dane er< In Town. 

«»vcrture!~rrrrr7r7i~7rrrrr?rrr^^ 

ttOB Morris «>el<-h 

Mi!<SLlDIA LIVINeSTON I.\ m»%C» 

tnmic Souk Fanny Wcb«ier 

~^iiii!r?-_-.u;iii:,:-:^o;.:,i:.;^^_-^.-U^^^^i-:.^_ JO re h c • t r« 

The T-viro Comiques. 



In Local SongH of the Par. 
niRhhind ft'^f^^-^j^^i,:.:;.:,^^^:.^^^^:^^::^:;.^^^-^^^ 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. W. comer Kearny and Pin* Strecta. 

JIM HOCKING k GEdROE PrTKRW rRwrRrrTrJEil 

Frank Mordmoks Bmdnw and H««»» II«b«— 

E.8ehmi4t Moaettl DirMMit 1 Riuilier Mcrwo. ^.iMSMfr 

IMMENSE 8rcCF*< OF 

THE LITTLE GENERAL! 



I.MMPNVE M'C< f.xs or 

ALF BERNARD ! 

THtjI.HI*! HINK. 

THXB EVEMIHO ~3~^uinr» 

The rertormano* will Ooamsns* wttk a 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

Finlshln* with the llwrATlOK WALK AR<ti;.M». 

Z:>JT>XBFLXjX7Z3J 

Ovrrlnrc 



MedlcT 
i\ mit 

Banfo »>l> 

LITTLE 



••rM I ALTIK*. _„_ 

GEXKRALI 



n tN>i:K '■4t\*i „. 

4HAIil.»> ^MBKB**!!. 

i UtSK H«>«. 

hOM, 



mit* (oopiB 

mil nii|H.I( 

Lll III IS tl I •<« 

nMMt no** 



leilly XVest! 

The Champion Bone rinjer oi^tlie World. 

THRKE~"MINnTKS INtAumIkVkjX 

OYER THE HILL to the POOKHOl NE 

JORNKT TI'BB». 

Wi(h a New Snow Stomi Scene by R. DIXON. 

Orrbr«lr« 



Overture, 

Jim 

West 



Dutch 



]S.XIi(£XO 



Son^s 



and 



Jack 

..And 



R; 



HOW FAR IS IT ? 

Hvwaril Rou And W»l«b 

Boat and Pauee . . ._. -^-Z-i ■ ■■'■: •■ tmM' nallhews 

^ ^FlVE^J*iNUTO8_rNf I 

0"vertare...^ T. .' «»relie«tra 

Now Comes the IUtiI 

C^-^lKf - OjOlIV. 

'Wbkh will r. ii.lr.<! you of TLENE LAFAVBK the bert Cai>. 

Can Dancer In the Wertd 

H*hlch Is put iipcn the Staee re^ar'll*-ss of ^vp*D««. with Nsw 

Scenery by K UlXOff. rc>.ni'iH.«, t.r M^^^. TERME. 

l'ron,„il,... I.y KPFO 

FralltT. the Relle of the (.iiDlin. IJIrn Rarrlnglon 

(Girinf a •rue Idpa ol tk). » ' In I' aria I 

.Mr. Ladar. ilio K|>ort ao<l Blltr Wmt 

Jiin>lM>....Lat<.'>.r tho<>eortiu ■ ow buldliut 

» billet tonbijif them_nii to tu. -^^'^^ Johnny "fners 

NoTE-On Saturday KT«nii>2 nait. flfe New LtdJet; (our *•■( 

and ijanct Artiste. oiluS ;.i > Comlcpic 



ikofni j^^^^^^^^^^^^.j^.nnmr. bkliw**! 

Going Home to Dixey 

OI.Ii liK.N MKU'<AKr' ynl'Ni. UK** IITT«> ■•>■'' ' 
PIrol* lt«l» "Lrs raafell**" Tvlfea •rrli"ira 

Sons and Daae* Jokaay Prir-, 

Senate - • ■ - and his Banjo 
I «>kii (.iKi tni»k fortm 

MO 

>ni «i.i<«H 

Oomeeilc 



Ti Aa: e: rt 



Troubles. 

Wallare _■■ J^'"^- -^ *■*•' ^__'- 

tnrnri «ol»-"<'«rBC« Pcltn" Orr»i"ira 



ftnnu 

R«ii. «n 

tanilr ItlllT 
I I.IM. 



«l M B r 

il.k 
n tl I «i » 



Ilriinli. fbr I'arlslaa Bellr 



riinli. fbr I'arlslaa 
I lli« ililnms 



••..I 

J' 

C>' 

lr« > 



WaHer*. AM««tr 



J 



rax OBOAM or amusxments. 

Pnbllibad Ererr Ow In the Tew, bf 

AT 

tat Mcrcluinl street, below MontaoiBery 
Man Frunclnco. 

««■ DIJtjnt'utiKi Fret thruiithoiit the City d»Ur 
HOUSE PROOUAMME for the loUowiog places of 
iLmiUi'meDC : 

California Theatre; 

Wade's Opera House; 

Baldwin's Academy of Music; 

Magulre's New Theatre; 

Magolre's Opera Boose; 

Piatt's BaU 

Buckley's Varieties; 

New Olympic Theatre^ 



FRIDAY... Jl'NE 2 



AmnsementH. Etc. 

Wade'a Ovrrn noose. 

aioce the ini nijht one or two chan«e« bave 
hten made iii Iho ca«t which are greaUy for the 
better O Coghill now playa Nym and Wm. Seallen 
playi KlueUen Thia haa always been conceded to 
be one of tlie iii»«t difficult low comedians part, the 
accent bein« uncouth and the buiineea but alight 
wben coapared with the spMches Wni ScaUen. 
how«Ter, carriM off the part with honor and guato, 
fcu make-up U eioell.:nl. and the whole interpreta- 
tion of the part thaws him to be a clever aad 
humorouj actor 
■Mcmlre'i New Tbcatrr. 

Thij evening ateatimonlal benofiilwill be t«nd«red 
t« B Schreiner. leader of the last California Min- 
atrel orchestra. An eitra bill will be presented, in- 
oloding A Trip to Pari*.' and a concert second 
yart in which ee'eotions from ' Orpheiu" will be 
Civeo with Violin Htln by Schrein'er. a Horn Solo by 
Harr Bchlott. and a Orand March, "Faust." with 
Geo T, Kvaujt %a cocd-ielor. 

•»era Honsf. 

The Georiiaiu have now been with us a moatta 
mil but three days, and during that time have given 
an eicelleat series of performances. Their enter 
tainmcntii have not only the true spice of novelty 
but are elever. grotesque and pleasing. Last Geor- 
gia matinee to-morrow afternoon. 

CaUformla Tkentre. 

Having notia-J the star, the support and the 
Bcenery, it remains only to chronicle the nui of 
"The Corsican Brothers" and the continuation of 
interested audiences Every spare moment is now 
given to the preparation of "Henry V." night re 
hearsals takiag place after the regular performance 
and generally lasting until long past midnight The 
management is dettirmined that no trouble or care 
shall be wanting on its part to make the rival pro- 
duction of the Shakspearian spectacle a success 
Baldwin's Acadrmy of Mnsie. 

This evening. Prof Ling Look, the man who 
elalms kindred with the Halamander, will take a 
farewell benefit when the hill besides its usual hosts 
of attractioDB. will introduce Prof Yamadeva in 
bis great act of the Man Serpent, tlils artist being, 
we understand, one of the most wonderful coiitor- 
tortioniats of tlie day Hence ttie Spiritual pbe- 
nomenan 
SIrako/trh Ilailan 0|>er.i. 

On Wednesday ueit, what is known as the Strak- 
cwch Opera Troupe, make their lirst appearance in 
San Prancisoo at this theatre Mr Maurice Strak- 
oab, under whose personal direction the entertain- 
ments will b« given, has decided not to essay opera, 
OQ tbe aC4;ount of the enormous difficulty in get- 
inf together an efficient support in this city, but to 
give six coDcert.4, in all of k hich the celebrated Rus- 
sian prima donna, the tenor Tom Karl and the bar- 
itone Siguor Tagliapiclra will all make tbeir ap- 
pearance. 
Mali Morsan's Art i:\lilblllon. 

On Moaday next a show that made a great scnga- 
tioa in New York. Matt Morgan's Living Tableau 
snd Specialty Troupe to wit. will open at Magulre's 
New Theatre under the management of Mr. A. D. 
Roberts. Fifty young ladies for tl>e pictures and 
statuary, and about a dozeu specialty artists will 
fttrnisl) the enteitainmcut. 

•■Ciller's Hew Tarlcir Theatre. 

Alf Bernard and the Little (General are immense 
auccesses. The variety troupe at this place of 
amoseusat is fall and varied, and includes many 
faTorltes 

New Olrmple Tarletr Theatre. 

This evening T. J. DeAngelis. the young Dutch 
comedian makes his firht appearance, Welch and 
Ro<.a give their act of "Jim and Jack Rag," and 
naay others appear 

IToodward'a Vardens. 

On Saturday and Sunday. Bevans thetChampalo- 
(ian, the Parisiaa Velocipedist. Mile. Clarissa in 
her thrilling Niagara Leap, and the Variety Troupe 
An eleborate working model of a twenty-stamp 
mill wUI operate on some Berna] Height ore. 



Couratce ! Don't despair «hen tbc doctor says 
your lunarsare ducascd. The worst cases given 
up as hopeless have been lurcd by Hale's Honey 
of Borehoucd and Tar, Pike's Toothache Drops 
cure in one minute. 



Palmer Bro>i. 

Ha™ the belt assortment of Linen Suits in 
the city from 13.50 upwards. 



Dft. Cajia. C O'Dcinmj, (late C. S. A.), oaSce 
and residence 82S Kearny street The treatment 
o( woman and children a specialty. c 



Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confecMoQery, s:o to C&oty's, for 
merly Canty ji VTaKner's, 107 Uoat^omery St. 



Free Exhibition. 

Matinee every Saturday at Towiisend's Candy 
Factory, No. 627 Market street, where you can 
eani how candies are made. q 



ffhy Bo Sherwood Bro». 

Grocers. 506 Market street, near Sansome, sell more 
{"Jtter tlian any other house in the city? Because 
1 600 persons purchaae meat in the same store daily 
turnabout and buy butter at 10 to 20 oente per roll 
obeaper tlian elsewhere. No wonder, d 

8plrltnallzlnK Seanees. 

Mrs. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 

Thurs.l3 at 7J o'clock. • 



The b^.. goods at the lowest prices, at H. A' 
f^llender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc CaU and 
examine. 5.y 

numer Bros. 

Sell tlic uer two-button Kid Glore tor tl 26 
a pair; 73o 7H Market street. 



'Wade's Opera Bonse. 



•IVtlt; SAM-."* A Ul.XUBED.'- 

A.S AXnCIPATORr CSKTSBNIi!. OOK. 

Oh, fc Powers I what a roar 
Such »as never heard before— 
Ihunderiag, from shore to shore, 
"Uncle Sam's a hundred !" 

Cannon boom and trumpets bray. 
Fiddles squcatt, and fountains play— 
'Tis his great Centennial day— 
"Undo Sam's a hundred .'" 

Stalwart Been and pany boys, 
Maids and matrons swell tlie noise, 
Ev'ry baby lifts its voioe : 

"Uncle Sam's a huudred I" 

Nervous folks who dote on quiet. 
Though they're half distrastad by it. 
Can't help mixing in the riot : 
"Uncle Sun's a hundred !" 

Brutes that walk and birds that 6y, 
On tbe earvh or in the sky. 
Join the universal cry. 

"L'ncle Sam's a hundred '" 

Well, suppose be is— what then ? 
Don't let's act like erazy men ; 
Must we take to tooliog when 
"Unele Sam's a hundred '." 

There he stands- our modem Saul — 
Head and shoulders above all; 
Yet, "I^ide gofs before a fall," 

E'en though one's a hundred. 

"What's a hundr.d in our day T' 
Foreign Uncle Sams will say ; 
"Let us si ' and watch the play — 
He is but a hundred, 

'Granted he's a shapely youth — 
Fair and rudJ) yet fors )Oth ! 
He's too young— and that's tlio truth? 
Only just a btuidred. 

"When he's twice as old, pard'ce ! 
"Twill be easier to foresee 
What will be his destiny; 

Now he'ii but a hundred. 

"When he's played his boyish pranks. 
Should he seek to join our ranks 
We'll reflect. But now— no, thanks ! 
Whj , he's but a hundred!" 

Yes, our uncle's yesrs are few; 
He is young— the charge is true ! 
l.,et us keep that tact in view, 

Though he counts a hundred. 

Don't let's tempt him to ignore 
Warnings that have gene before; 
Perils both by sea and shore, 
Now that he's a hundred. 

Let us strive, with earnest heart, 
i^ch of us to do his part, 
S<> that he may 'scape the smart, 
Seeing he's a hundred. 

And with solemn, grateful thought. 
Of the deads that he has wrought. 
Guided, cherished, favored, taught. 
Till he's reached a hundred. 

Let us, as we vaunt his worth. 
Mingle soberness with mirth, 
While we shout to all tbe earth, 
"Uncle Sam's a hundred !" 



Managers 

0< Amusements, -Excursions, Lectures, and 
Conoerte, are directed to the splendid Printing 
BstablishmeDt of B. F, StereU, 6S2 Chiy Street, 
aver tbe San Francisco Market. Tbe largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tUtil Programmes, 'Kckets, etc, etc., printed to 
gait the most fastidious. Ur, Sterett keeps con- 
stantly on band a fine line ot bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance ot plain white 
mper. Streamers ot various sizes, from IS to 42 
Inch letters, in stock, ot all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre Managets are eepeciilly invited to 
call tor estimates. This weU-kuown Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1850 
«nd has been in successful operation over since. 



The Collateral Loan and Suvinss Bank 
Company 

This day awiiouuce through the columns of 
FiiiARO, that a bank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of l*o3t and Kearny streets for the purpose of 
making a specialty of Loaning Money on Collateral 
Security, such as diamonds, silver plate, jewelry, 
etc., subject to the legal rate of interest, namely, 
4 per cent, per month. Reference to the advertise- 
mtut will satisfy every one that the Directory of the 
liank is composed of wealthy and well-known busi- 
ness men whose names inspire confidence at a 
glance, and ars a guarantee that tbe affairs of tbe 
institution will be conducted fairly and honorably. 
The bank itself is something that ha.s long been 
needed, and those who are unfortunate in stocks 
etc., will now have a hou^e of refuge. w 



New Store ! New Goods ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
HeussdorSer & Bro,, has opened atNo. 402 Kearny 
street, near Pine, with a splendid stock of Hats 
and Caps. "The finest goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. R 



Harry np Those Batter Cakes. 

Who has not tried them ? New York Butter 
Cakes and Cofie for 10 cent«, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon, 517 California street, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the night and day 
J. U. Bums, Proprietor. • 



The original "Sw&in's Bakery' is now established 

B their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 

ear Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 

and ice croam saloon. This is their only place of 

busines o 



The Ladies of San Franclseo 

Will bcglsd to lesrn of the opening of first- 
class oCHces at 6!4 Clay street, opposite Kohler, 
Chase & Co's, where they can be supplied with 
first-class Cbirese domestic servants at short no 
ticc. We heartily recommend Messrs. King &, 
Merritt asg<ntlemen who will study in every way 
to please their customers. h 



The Kreen Boom. 

This popular resort ot the profeesioo and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California Th^ 
atre. It has jtist been beautitully trescord and is 
now a model ot taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to th* Qreen Room between tbe acts. i 



Don't Help Pay Other People's Dehts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store ot 
J. A. Shabor & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
and save fully 26 per cent, by bupng of them. Their 
motto is : "Buy tor ca^, and sell tor cash," tbero. 
tore ther have no bad debts to make up out ot ex- 
ti» profits. 



Tyrolean Concert. 

Also other performances, every night at the 
Tivoll Gardens, northwest corner Sutter and Stock- 
ton streets. Admission tree. * 



LKGEBDEMAIK- KOT SPIKITi^. 

The announcement thatProf. Jacobs, the 
so-called materializing medium would give a 
seance conducted under absolute test con- 
ditions, had the effect of crowding his 
rooms at the Hensley House last evening. 
Judge Belden, D, M, Delmas, Sheriff 
Harris and the Meroirij reporter acted as 
the comi»ltt«e. The judge had come pre- 
pared for tha occasion, Lis pockets hS'.'^e 
filled with all manner of hardware. The 
room was first thoroughly inspected and 
the door opening into the passage-way, 
and the transom over it, together with tks 
wiudow looking out upon the stairway, 
were fastened and sealed so as to preclude 
all possibility uf assistance from the out- 
side. These preparations, which were ac- 
complished in a tboroujfh and systematic 
manner, took up considerable time. It 
was then proposed by the committee to 
station a man in the ball-way, so that he 
could have an eye on the doors and win- 
dow, but Mr, Jacobs objected without 
assigning any reason, and the committee 
finally concluded to give these properties 
another course of fastening, which was 
done. The medium was then placed in a 
chair fronting the door. Judge Belden 
then bro«ight forth a spool of small, gos- 
samer wire, which could be broken with 
but little strain, and passing it around 
each wrist, doubled, fastened it to the 
floor some four feet distant by small sta- 
ples. The ends at the latter points were 
sealed and stamped. The feet were se- 
cured in like manner, A wire was passed 
around his neck, rather loosely, and made 
fast to the floor behind and sealed and 
stamped. Thus secured the medium was 
announced as ready for business. Tbe 
committee stated that he could easily free 
himself, but not without leaving plain evi- 
dence of the fact. At other seances given 
by Jacobs the room where the medium sat 
was left in total darkness. This time the 
light was turned partially up so that 
Jacobs could haTo a full view of all his 
surroundings. After a lapse of seven or 
eight minutes from the time the door was 
closed, hands appeared at the aperture and 
the ringing of bells was heard. The hands 
were seen plainly and were just like the 
hands of Jacobs, A face appeareed once 
and by the bright light in the room where 
the medium sat, was identified as tha face 
of Jacobs. About five minutes after the 
last manifestation had taken plaoe, the 
medium asked that the door be opened 
This was done and the committee went in 
and found .Tacobs in a different position 
from that in which the committee placed 
him. One hand rested on the bureau 
insteadof on his knee as before, Thettosition 
of his body was changed and an inspection 
of the wires showed that they had been 
broken in every place exdcpting on one foot. 
The twists were also changed, and In one 
placs the sealing wax broken. It was the 
opinion of the committee that Jacobs had 
freed himself by breaking one of the wires 
and afterwards untwisting the others. It 
was also the opinion of the committee that 
he could easily have fastened himself in 
the manner Ije was discovered after the 
manifestations. Jacobs was asked to per- 
form the ring trick. He assented and a 
new committee, consisting of Messers. 
Hamm and Vinter, was appointed, who 
used a wire instead of handcuffs to join his 
wrists. The manifestation was not forth- 
coming, aud at 11 o'clock the audience left 
hugely disgusted. — San Jose Mercvrv, Mav 

^ — . . 

A clergyman who lives on the sea-shore 
says he likes calm Sundays, because he is 
opposed to Sabbath breakers. 



SADBKE BOCK. 

Emerson Corvillb is the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster fame ! 
He has the finest ever bred. 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oysters stcw'd, or O.vsters roast, 
Curried or Fried, alike's his boast ! 
To Corvillr's famous Saddle Rock, 
The fashion of all FYisto flock ! ! ! 

At 415 PiNB StrSkt, mind. 

This noted rendezvous you'll find, 

Eleoast Private Roohs are there 

To accommodate his Patrons fair. 

Who, as they take their Os'Sters, smilo 

And beam with pleasure all the while. 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saddlb Rocs. 

Embrson Corville is, toKiay, 

Largest Importer on the Bay, 

And the whole trade upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

And then for Clams,— soft or hard shell,— 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the fd.mou8 Saddle Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest ot Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Guinness' Stout, 
.(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bright Champagne the finest brand; — 
'Tea. Ctoflee and Cliocolate always on hand. 
Visit CoRviLLs's but once— at ail others 

you'll mock,— 
For there arc none can compare with the 

Saddle Rook! 

Ehskscn Corvills's Saddle Rock Otstsb Saloon, 
415 Pine Street, opposite the Market. ck 

The Antelope Oyster House. 

•ur specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the beet style ot cookinf. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market. Established in 1864. No. 618 Market 
near Montgomery. B 
-• 

Don't Pay Fancy Prices 

By going to Montgomery or Kearny street to 
get your hats, when you can buy the very finest 
class et goods oonside'rably cheaper than in either 
of these streets by idling at "Ae" Hat Store, 
647 Washington street, below Kearny, besides, 
having a spiendid and complete assortment to 
choose from. This is a positive faet, and everyone 



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UETROPOLITAN THEATRt 

SACRAMKNTO. 

''^fe'^.T <•**••'»*»•« property Is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and is 80 
feet on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
alley in the rear Tbe Theatre is a very good one 
and IS well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances neces.sary to the production of any ordinary 
play. Tbe stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and $600 per 
month. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like the building in Question; but 
this desirable property can be boueht for S33.000 
caan. Parties wishing to negotiate for the theatre 
can write to W. K. MORROW, Sacramento 

.. . ». W K MORROW, 

»or Kent.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writing to above address W K 
MORROW. de24-tf 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. r. STURTtTT, 

532 CLAT STREET. 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEflWERS. 

,. . , AJJD THE 

FULTON & GUEBNViLLE R. R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On an«l after Monday, May ^t 18T6, 

the Steamer JAMES M. DONAHUE. Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Green-street Wharf daily (Sun- 
daya excepted) at 7 A. m. and 3 P. m., connecting 
at Donahue Landing with the cars for Petaluma, 
Cloverdalc and way stations. The cars will leave 
Cloverdale daily (^ndays exeepted) at 8 \. m. and 
3:30 P. M., connecting with steamftr at Donahue for 
Ban FranciBco. Close conoections made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and Guernville Road for Koobell's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminus of the road, 
Shortestand quickest route to the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close stage 
eonnectlons made for Litton'^, Skaggs' Mark West. 
Santa Eosa White Sulphur, Bartlett'a. Highland 
and Harben's Springs. Also, Ukiah. Point Arena, 
Sebastopol. Bodega. Duncan's Mills, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Mendocino. Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines, 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS-The Steamer leaves 
Green-street wharf Sunday morning at 8 a. m. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for Cloverdale and 
all stations on the road Returning, will arrive In 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:20 p. m. Excursion Tick- 
ets sold on board 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. 
P. DONAHUE. Preaidest 

A. A. BEAN. General Superintendent. 

F. H. GERDBS. Oen'l P. & T. A?l 

General Office. 436 Montgomery street. Sao 
Francisco. fe2d-a 



J AH. G. »TEKIL.K Jic Co. 

CHEMISTS AND APOTHECARIES 

Have removed from their Old Stand U> 

their new Store, 316 Kearny Htreet, 

BETWEEN PINE AND BUSH. 

Their attention will be devoted to keeping at all 
times, the vab.iety necessary to a First-Class Drug 
Store. JAS. G. STEELE fc CO.. 

fell-tf Chemist* and Apothecaries. 316 Kearny St. 



RUSS HOUSE SALOON. 

NOi 313 Montgomery Street, 

Euss House Block San Francisco 

K. B. STEWART, Proprietor, 
N. B.— Saloon open all night. ap25-tf 




BOOK & JOB 
PRINTERS 



k 

'.534 

apl5 




COMMERCIAL 

KSAB M0NTO0MSB7 



LINDSEY & OESTERREICHER, 

Real Estate Agents and House 

Brokers, 

339 KEARNY STREET, 

Will take fnll charpe of propcrtv for 

parties wishing to leave the State, and will give 
bonds if re'iuired. By permission we refer to the 
following named gentlemen : A. J. BKl'AXT, 
Mayor; W. P. III.MPIIKEVS, Surveyor; J. 
WIKLANIt, Brewer; JOH.\ t'ALTERT. 
Builder; FUANK KAITE, Capitaliit, inyl9-tf. 



FASHIONABLE >^ 

Boot & ghoe tf ^ 

33'r KJEARIVY ST., 

Between Pine and Bush, 
fel-lm E. KIE)«ENDABL. 



FLORENCE SALOON 

K. W. Corner EUU amd Powell 8t«. 

BEST BRANDS OF 

Wines, Liquors & Cigars. 

W. E. ROGERS, Proprietor. jal3-tf 



THE CAFE DES ARTISTES 

Comer of Bnsb and Dnpont 8t8., 

Under the Poodle-Dog Restaorant. 

ALFRED PJQItKIER, 

(Sumamed the French Hercules), Proprietor. 
The Best dnality ot Wlne«, Uauors, 

and Cigars on hand Billiards. nol& 



OBOROE MATZS, 
Dealer In Oysters, dams, and 

all kinds of SHELL FISH. Stalls Nos. 
4a, 41. 43. OaUfomia Market, eotnuioe 
on California street. 
Pnhlin Or nrivate Dartles and famlllee suppUeo 



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ZIMMERMANN'S 

G-ARDEN 

OAKLAND. 

The ManaKemtnt of the above G 

respectfully announce to their friends 
public generally, that thtsc Gardens bavi 
gone extensive and elegant repairs, bavin 
large and very fine ^ 

DanciDg and Musical Pa 

which has been thrown open to he pnb 
numerous other attractions, such as Shoot 
leries. Bowling Alleys, .Swings, etc. A fine 

O rchestra and Bi 

Will be in attendance every Sunds 
day and evening. 

All Alameda Trains stop nt cor. 
and Elllg Sts., near tbe tiurde 

SIMON & BRECK, Propr 

ADHIgglOK. 85 CENTS. 

P. S.— Special Terms made with Societi 
for Picnics. 

JUST ISSUE]>-200th EDIT 

MANHOO: 

EEVISED AVD CORRECT6U BT THE AUI 

E. DB F. CURTIS, M. D.. etc. 

A IIIe«llcal Essay ou tbe Cause am 

A premature decline in man, showing how 
is lost and how regained. It gives a clear i 
of the impediments to marriage, the treat 
nervous and physical dt-biJity, exhausted 
and ail other diseases arpertaining thereto 
suit of twenty years sticcessful practice 

CITRTIS ON "MANHOOD.", Thereiiir 
ber of society by whom this book will noir,t> 
useful, wh) ther he be parent, preceptor* oi 
man. — London Timts. 

Price — One Dollar, by mail or express ^ 
the author. DR. CURTIS, 61fO Sutter at 
Poetoffice Bos 337, San Francisco, CaL 

RUPTURE. 

rse no More Metallic Tmsse 

INo more suffering from Iron Hoops orst 
l&prings. PR. ROWES PATENT EL. 
ITIC TRUSS is worn with ease and com 
loight and day. and will, and has perfor 
Vadical cures when all others have fa 
iReader, if yo u are ruptured, try oi 
Y>R. ROWES comfortable elastic i 
lances; you will never regret it. R 
TeLASTIC truss COMPANY. 60! 
Irameoto street. jal 

LOST US, HAVE Y 

WELL YOU CAN FIND US AT 

No, 25 Kearny 

Between Market and Post, 

With a Fine Line of CLOTHS to be mai 
the best style, under the regular prices. Tl 
assortment SHIRTS and FURNISHING ( 

BENEDICT & SMITH, 

Formerly at No. » Second Strc 

nirl4-tf ■ 

THE PERFORATE 
FRICTIONAL BEI 

...FOR... 

Rheomatism, linmbago and K: 
Complaint. 

It is All Elastic and Perforated, has all i 
Qualities of the Porous Plaster, and suppi 
affected parts at the same time. The IMF] 

Elastic Support Be 

la unequalled as an Abdominal and Spinal ^ 
either for ladies or gentlemen, and is highlj 
mended by all physicians as the best suppoi 
presented to the public. 

Orders received for DR. ROWE'S EI 
TRUSS, for the radical cure of RUPTUHE 
605 Sacrameato Street, San Frai 

Send stamp for Circulars }s 

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Tills Beantlfol and Newly Rene 

Theatre is to be let by the Night. Week, or 
at reasonable terms. 
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ELOCUTION. 



MI8S EMILY MESTATEK taker 

method of Informing the public that she is p 
to give young ladies Lessons in Elocution i 
pare them for the Dramatic Profession. Fo 
etc., apply at No COS Taylor street. n 

NEVADA RESTAURA 

412 Pine Street. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny (Nevada 

V. DOL & V. EIGNE. Propri 

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Bet. Mission and Howard. 



SAN FRANCISCO BAl 

Hairdressing Establishm 

OSC TTashliilton street 

below Koamy. PR10B8 R&, 
DUCKD: Baths, 2S cents. Shav- ' 
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YERBA SJtNTA 

TROCHE* 

Strengthen the Vole e and 
Relieve Cough. 

W. M SEARBY, DEUGGIST. 

869 Market St. 

Opposite Baldwin's Theatre: also, 
corner Folsom and Fifth 3ts. 




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Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 

DERICK W. BERT Ltaata a^d Manaokr 

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IHTTtPAY&SPNPAYEVE^GS^--^ and * 

GREAT SUCCESS OF THE YOUNG ENGLISH TR.\OEDI.\N , 

IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OF 

Or, The Battle of Agincourt. 

1 its Original Siilenlor, with a powerful cast of forty speaking charac- 
ters, F.ve Hunlred Auxiliaries, a Chime of Church Bel s, Grand 
Operatic Chorua, New Scenery, Correct Costumes, Warlike 
- Implements, Original Musi: and Superb Tableaux. 

JG HENRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

;c or r-loster I brothers to the I Wr*'"oi!b??HP 

.«• of n>-ilf»rd King I I n vi^r.?^ 

e of Exelcr Incle to lUc RInB «r ilVr Ik r^ 

eof Yorh Cousin to the king '"Vi.. kViMv 

; or !*aUsliarT 1- VVe.rvp, 

or >Vc«tin»reland ;,»• „f,';,Vv 

of Warwick ii, M,.„I5nw« 

ibislioiiof'canteibnrr ""^mJ A^^iJ? 

lopot Kiy •. "V* S^,*!I 

I of rainbrldge I conspirators against G? Bird 

rhomiSTiJriV '"« '^'"^ ■.•.•.•.-.•.■.•.■.•.Mr. Ualton 

' noma« bray. . . _• I ' ■• •,_ ««,►«««« 



riioiuai* tlriiius^ham I ogjoers in King | 

'■'■■•■,• Henry's Army 

niorrU I 

;Uen 

*' • f.v.v 



Mr. .norri>«on 
B. Phonsdale 
...J. M. Ward 
..Wm. 8callen 

€. Ley ton 

C. lHorr«U 

rt.^.::: l Sold.ers in King Henry's Army | •••■:;::j-*J'."Ba?urit 

I ■..■.I... I Formerly Servants to Pal staff, I «eor(ic nisklll 

lolph Now Soldiers in King I ^P'i.*";""iJ 

Si". Henry's Army. 1 : •'"'"^ •'?f^ 

" : : iscrvani to the above Miss ««'»»?,* ■•?,"V.l'^ 

i>i>a1<I Mr. neriou 

ils^lor; from Chas. VI ■^- ««»« 

ries VI .....KlnBof Franee t *?*R„okiev 

i« tlic Dauphin... E. J; "P**'" 

eof Burcuudy iv"w Miaw 

% of Bourbon Mr. Kail eoton 

Constable ot France w"'iJf4,?i,'K.?t^ 

ihnrra I ^ ,. T _j Mr. Blackburn 

lS.nr^ French Lords ";";;.; Mr. Mowbray 

2?n«r of Haifleur iii. ^'^ t'Vli.H.'ia^ 

intjot a French Herald Cha; Mnionds 

Bishop of Bourges ii. "iT" ^^I*™™ 

iee»s RaUierlne Ml«» M»ry louns 

le tlnickly (Pistol's wife) a Hoirt^.....;. tV,;;- „rf. 

Mrs. Chas. I/dm ondu 

^' ..ifinecn of France Mrs. Idorlon Bush 

nour ...as Chorus Miss Annie Flrmln 

c.alady attendant upon the Princess Katherluc 

Miss Amy Elliott 

Epitome ol s«ceneis, fiiiveiits. la^to, 

1 I Scene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2— EA8TCHEAP. LONDON, 
rior of the Boar's Head. Scene 3- The Beach at Southamptont The En- 
Fleet at Anchor. , , „t , ^. o 
!T II— FRANCE Scene 1 —A Room in the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
be English Entrenchments at Harfleur. Scene J-The Neighborhood of 
lines. Scene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUR I At the Breach ! Signs of a 
re Conflict. Scene 5— The French Palace at Rouen. A View in Picardy. 
:r III Scene 1— The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night.) 
'ithin the English Line. (Night) 3-The Dauphin's Tent. 4-The En- 
Position at Agincourt. 5-Part of the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU. 
; BATTLE OF AGINCOURT. 8-The Plains of Agincourt. 8--After 
Victory. ^^ 

JT IV— Scene 1— Reception of King Y. into London after the Battle of 
icount. _ . . ,,. 

;T V-FRANCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. 2— A View 
royes from the Bridge. 3-INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
•YS. Ceremony of the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherine 
alois. 



3B -A.TjI>"\7\7"IKr »S 

ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and FowoU. 

•THOa MAGUIRE _ PRomiwrOR 

AL^^JUYMAS.^..^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^..^..^.... ......„.^...^..^.„... ....^MANAeHH 

OF THE FAMOUS 



I 



SUNDAY KVENING, June 4th, 



Benefit of Prof. Keller 

AND 

Last Appearance in this City 

T^ra^jvENi^^^^^|r|^^j^|^^^^^ 

:E> fl. C3 Oft. .dk. 3VE iVE JB . 

I— Jfew and Marvelous E.xperlnients by 

I^rof- ls.oller, 

daring which he will produce his Great London Sensation— 

THE FLYING CAGE. 

2— The Mysterious and Vnexplalnable 

laa Fete de Las Cspadas^ 

Introducing the IniuiltabIc and Only 

_^^^JC_iiJ^^L^S_JCjO>^Jg^^___ 

—..AS 

4— The Masterpiece of all Illusions, 

LA CENA INFERNAL, 

As performed ever 3,000 times, and iH-forc all the Crowned 
Heads of Europe by 

Strakosch Grand Opera Company 

Belocoa, Tom Karl, Tagliapietria, 

Under the Direction of MAURICE STRAKOSCH, 

ITITednesdayn June 7tk. 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

Market Stroet, between Stockton and PovcU 
T. MAGl'lllE 

-,.-,,-. ,-,,-,,.-,, , -ii''-'i.-',ii",'in, ,', '1 ■ ■ '""r^i'Toa 

Tao M^nAKoment hu th. honor lo anoounc. an cn(.c,n^rni .la ihr 
rmowntd ImprNaano, 

Maurice: strakosch 

......OK TUK. 

OPERA COHPANY 

For the Appsanncc ol th* Celebrated Prima Dowa, 

Mile. Anne de Belocca 

The F&mcuf Tenor, 



The InixnIUbU Baiitcn*, 

SignoF TAGLIAPIETRA 

Under the pcrwnal <lip»rtk>n *l 

MAURICE STRAKOSCH 



In ft Hcricp nf 



alace Opera House. 

omer New Montgomery and Mission Sts. 
Near Palace Hot^, 

tNE«s AND Stage Manager mAtT KELLY 

lOAL DiKEOTOR •J.Li^.U-^J^-XXli^xi-^xSSSS? 

rand Opening Night. 

PTOgrammo for ihii Evening, 

AI.B AND FEMALE ORA'WING-BOOU 
UINSTREI. ENTSKTAINBfGNT. 

aiiet« Jake Wallace i Interlocutor Matt Kbllt 

Tamborine W. Evertov. 

Concluding irith the Grand 

ezxtezoLXXlA.! f Ixactle. 

Ileal Seieotlens Orehcittra 

THE PBIIUCE SATZlJ.nA 

>yal Japanese Troupe ! 

CLE "AIX BIGHT"., THE B0NELK.S8 BOY 

i .NJAGIC BOX UNOS17KI 




Grand Operatic Concerts 

POSITIVELY 

Limited to Six in Number! 

COMMENCING ON 

Wednesday^ Jnnc7tli 

Due Notice «iM bf ifircn n( tt.c Sale M Scji» S ».r <A l'r.-»«. •« 



Grand Reopening ! 



AT THE OLD STAND. 



lad Hisa llachel Locwcnthal 

ibic Trapeze Panllne and Ccorae Lnpr^ill 

oolahan Musketeers 

Ion And Marphy 



Fj*anooi» Bltinehette 

IS m» GBEAT CONTORTIOK ACT. 



JM.r. HtHM-y Causland 

tHB MimiCAli CLOWN. 



iW c .oo n g and Pance.... Christy and Wlillami 

4-HOUR DRAMA. 



.Oondoo Aid. 



. Thompson 



nchgong Mobk. Bonvet 



G. jr. Staiey 

IM HI» TEVTOBIIC 8PBCIAI,TIB8 
Bl Cenu 



HIM Bveictt 



TWO ARTI&TSs. 

d' EyertoQ A»d Thompson 

(John Oondon 

IN HIS SPECIALniS. 

To conclude itlth THE 

I*rince l^at^.uma 

oyal Japanese Troupe ! 

Intro dnelag All the Hemberi. 

raeiive Noveltie« alway sin Preparai ioo 

©»B ACCOnnODATION PKICE^^ 

fty titicl X-weiity— Five cscnts 

Do*n open at 7; to comaiMice at 8 o'aloclr. 



Maynard& Jones 

HAVE REOPENED THEIR 

Magnillcet Shoe Parlor I 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



.ON.. 



ViaL-El F.A.C7XZ'XO OO.A.S'X' 

Sole Agents for the LILY YOUNO» PRATT & 
BRACKKTS Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Oenuine except Btampod with our Trade Mark; Hole 
Agontg for SAMUEL DUNBAR & CO'S. Fine Mlascs' and 
Children's Shoei, and GRAY BROS. Extra-Fine Ladiea' and 
MiBsea' New York Shoes. The laritest and finest stock ol 



zixsTTiT'xra' o. :^xjje^i"et 



LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES in the City. Every pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 



(SUOCESaOBfl TO BEEBS * UATNAKD.) 
Ko»my Bt eet, one Door teom Bnab Street 



Uew Olympic Variety 

Southeast Corner Third and Ulsslon Streets. 

J. HARRINGTON I'rofrjstor 

JOBN.-^Y Tiers ." Stage Manigcr 

I8A1>0BK Frank. Miuioai Diri.ct<ir 

Randolph Dixon .Scenic ArtiH 

no-fv Ate Von ficorsla Hlustreis 7 Everrhodr 
come and 8ec ilj Ccorgln, 

LAWRENCE CLIFTON 

THE tiRXAT SOLOIST. 

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EV£NINOS 

Curtain Rises at 8 o'clock 16 niinutoi 

In which the Olympic Sta^c will be SEATED TO ITS 

UT.MOST CAPACITY. 

«;rnnd Walk-Aronnd by all theJ»«nrer»Jliijrown. 

oTerTiire t»rehe«lra 

)>one and Danrr. 

JoH-ixxxy T7-UL©rs. 
Jim and Jack Rag. 

West. .^^_^^^_^^^_^^^^_^^^^_;^_^^And^ _.^. ._. -■-_■■■ l ■_■ *'""' 

In loral **ong»_oMlieJ»Bri_ 

H lBhlan«l J^|mir?Vr;T^TJjT\^^^ : ^ Ji*J >['**•* 

T- O". aD©-A.n sells 

OVKK THE HILL to the POORHUUSK 

JOHK.M' TIEBH. 

With a New Snow Storm .Vcenc^liy K. P' jON- . _ . 

Biiiy- ^West! 

The CbHiniiInn BonjJM«y^^r_<>*_the__WMMj;__^ 

Xjiet-^J^rrGsyGG Ollfton. 

The Afrlean lioloUl. 

TiiRKE^1ifi?rurafi"TNTKRMI8«ToirTO TAK£ A PRI.NK 

The Tinro Coxniques. 

Wot ■■■v^"!' ■■;■:■::::■;:-,:- - '- "" 

overtn5rrrr~^^^;__^^ 

Now Come* th'' iU'y»i 

Which wli; riraind jon of ILEM ' lb» b«.l Cau 

Can Dancer It. _ 

Which Is pit iip.,n the Hi«. r. . .. ^ TTfc JiiK 

Scenery by K DIXON MMK TERMK. 

Frailty, the Bene ol. Kllra Harrl.«t«n 

.sir. I/HUIK l..,l,lln» 

JamlMi . I 1 , »nT T»er. 

abillit t.. I.hnnr T»er« 

• NOTE. I lili« 
nnder oontrac in rf 
pi«..,butOLY.Ml'J>. - joH.V.N* It'.'.- 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. W. comer Kearny and Pine Btr««ta. 

JIM noCKINO * (iFAlRUK PKTRRX PRi»rRirTn|m 

Frank Mortimors Du i^ w md Mw* M>' >«^ 

E. Schmidt MoaiMlDlrMMr I Hn(t»* Mnnrm. . .. .TrM^-,, r 



IMMIS'-r ■.'.<!> 



THE LITTLE GENERAL I 

SATURDAY AND SUKDAY^kvENINti* 

The Performanc* will OoBawoe* wItA a 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

rinWiin. with lbs PLANTAnoM WALK AnrtlNP 



ANDT HANDY. 

Cha»l»« Nick«fi.,u Ael >. - •• 

BanloHei* -^.^^.^.j^:^ ''' ' •■ 

LITTLE GKNEHALI 



ntWIR MINt. 
<II«RIIV MthLRaoN 
I IIIN t •.»%«. 

Sonato - - 



I not (««iriB 
n II I ■ n I It. B 

I II I II M t I I •< R 
N I S H I • U »«• 

- and hiB Bnnjo 

M.TTII RrilHOHK 



HE WOULD be an ACTOR; 

•B, FLL SftT BVK«. 



Manacw . . 
PALL BOT 
Aetor 



.tim> " ' i * 



PIrol* Ml* "Lm r»«»etl»«- Poiha . Or.b..i»« 
•one aa4 Daac* --im^mmr PHr* 



Dutch 



.X&CXO. SonKS 



BHH* (««rrB 



1««HKB <;iBL 

tOf ttlati 

IntaUlganoo Office. 



f ornri »ol» "€* 

•M>ns 

II t II t D 

< amir liltir 

I I !>*• 



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Cj^LlSf ^CAJSf. 



BrnnM. Ihr l*iirl«l.a Btlle. 
Mr-. I 11/" im Mil 



MovL JardMi 
Msas rwTt*. 

M'l." B«M' 



llM Mk llih 

»|, lll"^ I .,»«t-r.« 



ms oaoAN or amusbments, 

PnljUdted Kwy Dw in tbe Tev, bf 

AT M 

■S8 Mf rcbanl SIrrel. brlow Montgomery 
"^ liaii FraiiclHCO. 

tr Dlstrilmfed Kra«- throughout the City d»Uy^ 
HOVnK hKOGKAMME tor the toUowing IJiaces o( 

CaUfornla Theatre; 
Wade's Opera House; 
Baldwin's Academy of Moalc; 
Ha^olre's New Theatre; 
Maipilro's Opera House; 
Flatt'8 Elall 
Buckley's 'Varieties; 
New Olympic Theatre; 



SATURDAY ' ^'NK ^ 



Amnsements. Etc. 

Maouiek'h Nkw THEATB8.-H. Schreiner's 
iMMjtdrew m fairly filled homo Ust nigh*. The 
unki projTamine thui atternoon and OTonlog On 
Monday, the Oalilomla Mimatrohi will mOTS aoroM 
to the Opera Hounc where aereral noreltiea will be 
produced. amonBBt them Kemble'j burleaque of 
"Tke Haoimam B«ths." 

OrKBA House.— The Georgia Minstrels 
«TTe but three more porformaiioes. llii» afternoon, 
thij ereniD),' and to-morrow niuht The cloM of 
their MUOB La referred to wore fuJlj In the Notes. 

CM-troB-NiA Theatrk. —Mr. Fechter 
o)o«e« his engagement hero to nlitbt "The Oorsi- 
ean Brother^' haying been the biU without change 
during the week. On Monday Henry V ." concern- 
lag which, mnch may be found in the KoteB. 

Baldwin's Acai>emt. — The Royal lUn- 

■iooiita close their succesnf ul neaaon here to-morrow 
night, when Prof. Keller will make his laat appear- 
moca in this city and take a farewell benefit The 
kouae we are sure, will be a full oae at Keller la 
both piteedingly clever and a great favorite 
WADt'H Opbra House.— The houses at 

this place are steadily increasing, the houae laat 
night showing an increase of $4:0 over the flrst 
nigh* The second matinee will be gi»en this after- 
noon, and to-morr .w night, in cooBequeoce of the 
dreit press to see the piece, a .special performance 
will be given. 

STILVKOflCH GHAKl) ITALIAN OPBRA. - 
On Wednesday neit. what ie known aa the Strak- 
oeeh Opera Troupe, make their first appearance in 
San Francisco at this theatre Mr. Maurice Strak- 
Oiich. under whose personal direction the entertaln- 
uents will be given, has decideil not to essay opera, 
on the account of the enormous difficulty In get- 
ting together an efficient support in this city, but to 
give six concert*, in all of which the celebrated Rus- 
■ian prima donca. the tenor Toji Karl and the bar- 
Hone Hignor Tagliapictra will all make their ap- 
pearance. 

Matt Moeoan'b Aet Exhibition. - 

On Monday next a show that made a great sonsa- 
tiou in New York. Matt Morgan's Living Tableau 
ftod Specialty Troupe to wit, will open at Magulre's 
New Theatre un(7er the management of Mr. A. D. 
Bobcrts. Fifty young ladies for the pictures and 
statuary, and about a dozen' specialty artists will 
■ luraiah the eoitixtaiimkent 

Bdcxuet'3 New Vabiety Theatbe.— 

▲K Bernard and the Uttie Ueueral appear every 
Bight as do all the favorite artista of this place of 
amusements. 

New Oltmpio 'Vabiett Theatre.— 

i^Ht^ow Cl'ftos. vocalist, appears to>nlgbt. T. 
J. De Angelis bal mMle » decided success. "The 
Osorglas" appear to uight. 

PaLAOB Opbba Hocsh -This evening, 
the Palace Opera House will be re-opened with a 
full variety troupe, with Matt Kelly as business 
and stage manager. Amongst the artists who will 
appear are tlie Royal Japanese Troupe. Moss. 
llUnoliol*.e. tlte coutoriionist. Staley the Dvttoh 
cvmedlan and many otliers. 

'Woodward'3 Gaiu)EN8. — Attractions. — 
On Saturday and Sunday, Bevans tbe^Cbampalo- 
elan, the Parif^ian Velocipcdii^t. MUe. Clarissa in 
lier thrilling Niagara Leap, and the Variety Troupe. 
Ab elaborete working model of a twcnty-staoip 
mill will operate on some Beitial Height ore. 

THECLTFif House.— Captain Foster, the 
■enial hoet of the Cliff House, entertalng|vlsitors 
from all paria of the Globe at his famous sea-^de 
aeeort. The Clifl House is T H E one thing San 
Traucisco has to boast of as different from any 
thlnf; el.se in the world. Omnibuses run every day 
from the terminus of the Lone MounteUiQ railroad. 



Criterion Oyster !taloon, '.ilO Keaniy %t. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace, — 

floaiii all Frisco where you will, 
Is the rcnown'd Critkkion, I 

Kept b.v Emkrson Cortili>b ! 
He's the Oyst«r King of Frisco, 

BioaliK-CmwtU from the East, 
810 on Kearny Street, 

Where all can obtain a feast 
01 delicate Eastern Oysters, 

Or of California's tiest, 
Drcss'd in any and ov'ry sty'e. 

That's in vogue from Bast to West, 
All the Oyster-eating public 

Protest, without a .quArrel, 
That fi)r Freshi »t, Choicest Oysters, 

Cor\illc can claim the Laurel 1 
Then, tor Privacy and Comfort 

All his Ladt Patko.vs tell 
There's not another houae in town 

They fancy one-half as well '. 
So cosy, cheerful, ele^nll 

You're enchanted at a tflanco 

With CoRViLle'8 OKKAT Cbjterion 

It is the House Par ExotLLKHCs ! ! ! 
Clams, Lobsters and Crabs the freshest 

In the Ciiy you get there ; 
With GuiBness* Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "Bass's Bitter Beer !" 
Sparkling; Champagne and finest Wioes, 

Iniperted by him express. 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoieenrs all oontess ! 
If, Reader, you like sweet Oysters,— 

Your pleasure to make complete. 
Goto 
EMERSON CORVILiXS CRITERION, 

The Fas hion of Frte co's Retreat ! bg 

Viae IVatcbcs. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A" 
OaUender's, comer of Second and Uisslon. A 
«tie if 'iment of chains, Jewelry, etc CaH and 
•""^ _______ 5-7 

rre« EsblblUon. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townsend's Candy 
¥Vtory, No. 627 Market street, where you can 
jam bow candies are made. q 

Sell the Palmer tvro-bntton Kid Glove tor n 25 
» pair, 736 to 7S( Market street. 



DRAMATIC NOTES. 



We have so far earetuJly and closely followed up 
and noticed- fir St. of the nsacagerial struggle for 
the llrtt production of "Henry V.;" second, the 
issue resulting in the presonUtion of the Shakes- 
pearean spectacle In grand style on the boards of 
Wad.'s Opera House; third, the success of that 
presentation, and the various points of splendor 
that have marked it; and lattly. the starting and 
progress of the Jsrrett 4 Palmer lightniog train, 
weich so far bids fair to arrive here safely and on 
time to-morrow night. 

Now wo have to turn our attention for a short 
time to the California Theatre, and see what prep, 
arations the management have made towards their 
share in the production of this great drama The 
play, of conrse. will be presented at both bouses la 
the same form, divisions aad style, that at Wade's 
being a faithful copy of the Baoth's success, whilst 
that at the California will be a reproduction. Whilst 
Manager Bert secured Rignold for the part of the 
young monareb. Manager Jarrett brings with him 
Mr Frederick Thome to play riueflea. and Mr. C. 
B. Bishop to play Pistol, both these gentlemen 
having made great sucoeeses In their respective 
pirts Then instead of Mr Rignold, the Oalifomia 
stage will be graoed by Mr. Lawrence Barrett, who 
whilst he lacks the inches of the stalwart Knglish- 
man. is quite his match In fire and personal mag- 
netism. The stage at Wade's is the Isrger by some 
feet, but the managers of the California have the 
olever triok of making the most— and more too — of 
their space. Voegtlln'a scenerr is undonbtedly su- 
perb; the flats that Mr, .larrett brings with him are 
the original paintings, and are Baid,to be thorough 
works of art. In the matter of supernumerary aid 
and correct costume, there will, we think, be little 
to choose between the two, the California having 
a full ofaoir of madrigal boys, who have been drilled 
and instructed with much patient labor. In fact, 
to sum up, it will be a fair case of pull Diabolua 
pull Confectioner, a fair fie'd and no favor, —the 
only drawback to the evenness of the contest being 
that one of the parties has been already a week in 
the Belli 

Caksok, June 1st. 1876. 
"Ths Merrymakers" are a success. Crowded 
bouses every where. The route next week will be 
Reno. June 5tb and 6th; Corson, short season, com- 
mencing June 7th. We are en route for the Cen- 
tennial Yours Trul}', Bhkkby Cobbvn. 
CnRTKN-NK, May 3Gtb. 1876. 
DcAK Figaro :— Opened here at McDaniol'son 
Friday. May 19th. Took the town by storm. Oatea' 
Opera Troupe were billed here for last Monday, but 
it rained so hard they did not show. The Laa- 
grishe Dramatic Company open McDanie'.'d Theatre, 
next Tuesr'ay. which will be known as tbe Chey- 
enne Opera Hoaae. Yours Respectfully. 

C'iiAni.ES Habbis anb Lotta Ghai-. 
LoH Anoklih. May 30th, 1876. 
DE.vr. Fi'JARO ;— We opened here to a big honse 
and biz. is still on the increase. The new people 
for June 5th are -.lohnny DeAngeli', Millie La- 
Font and John Dunn. May Leroy. Came St. T^on 
and Sam Swain leave us on Thursday. Prof. Rice, 
Miad Reader, is in towiL Madame Fabbri has pur- 
chased a residence here. Respectfully Yours. 
Gko. F. Moors, 
^toge Manager. Wood's Opera House. 
Great preparations are being made for "Fates 
and Furies." the French sensation, which wiH fol- 
low the Rignold stasoD at Wade's Opera House. 
Yucgtlin is finishing the Tuilleries' scene, and will 
begin next week on the Coliseum, Borne, iu tab- 
leau V. These scenes promise to more than equal 
bis other works of seenic art. "Pates and Furies" 
will be superbly mounted. Ciprioo rendering the 
star role of Moos. Albeit, supported by a strong 
east. 

Sam Swain and Carrie St Leon arrived yesterday 
af emoon from Wood's Opera House. Los Angeles. 
They report business good. UiM St. Leon was 
pre seated with a gold medal at the close ot her etl- 
gagem^nt f hey lelt this moioing for Buckley's. 
Virginia City. 

The Georgia Minstrels conclude their very suc- 
cessful tour weeks' seaBon to-morrow nights. There 
were donbts when they vrere advertised whether 
there was sufficient draught in the troupe to draw 
for more than a week, or fortnight at the most, so 
much having been said of the Callender's Georgias 
Minstrels, and so little of this troupe. But whoa 
they opened it was seen that Mr. Chas. Hicks had 
gatlf&red about him the best of the Calleuder Com- 
pany, and the general verdict is that the Froedmen 
have shown themselves capable of giving a scries of 
most excellent and paying entertainmonte, 

"Tom Maguire. of San Franoisco." says the Phil- 
adelphia Minor, "is looming up as the managerial 
giant of America. He has an interest in ten thea- 
tres and travelmg shows, besides the business man- 
agement of Mrs. Oates' Opexa Troupe." 

This is the way the N. Y. Drafj^atic A^ruv puts 
the buidness in the metropolis ; 
Business.— Bad ! 
Probpects.— Queer 
Weather.— Ohangealjle 
Manaobkb— Depressed. 
BaNBFiTS.— All the rage 

John T. Raymond opens at the California Thea- 
tre. July 5th. followed on July 84th by Rose Ky- 
tinge. Edwin Booth opens Sept. 4th. f^r four 
weeks, followed on Oct. 3d by Frank Mayo after 
which comes Gea Fawcett Rowe on Oct. 30th. with 
"Brass." W. J Florence, with the "Mighty 
Dollar." eomes in December. 

"At last Owen Marlowe" is desd and gene V says 
theArcadwn: "The tributes of his friends to his 
worth as coaorade. actor, naan. take away the sharp 
sting of death ; ho has but left us to take his part 
iu the Divine Csmcdy. Don't start, moralist, at 
that expression— all divine things are not tragic. It 
has been said of Mr. Marlowe, 'if he had only a 
flower to give, he gave it with a sweetness which 
showod that it carried bia heart along with it.' 
When Thomas Barry died he sent bis widow such a 
gift— two roses— that was all, and, from him, 
enough." 

On Monday, the Minstrels having moved acroa.'. 
to the Oi>era House, a variety troupe will open at 
the New Theatre under the management of Mr. N. 
D. Roberts. The entertainment will consist of a 
reprodnction of Matt Morgana Living Pictures 
which will bs .rspresented .by fiity youag ladies, a 
greater number of whom will come overland. The 
transported treupe consists of forty-thrsc people 
Including these vrell-known Baetam variety artists. 
Miss Blanche Selwyn in bar swell portraitares ; 
Miss Nellie St. John, Toealtet;8oaalsu and Ortnlu, 
Irish iB&personaton ; the Orrlm Family, gymnasts ; 
Chas. Yivlan. oharaster voeallst; F. Listen, "a 
musical wonder ;" Baby. MeDonaid, child special- 
ist ; Ben 041loil. mimic : Jas. McDonald ; skate 
dancer ; and the Cawtkome ofaildren. lightning 
sketeh artists. 

The latest 'piece of looal newspaper enterprise 
that we learn of is on the part of the Chr»nicl<;. Mr. 
Jas. F. Latham having been sent up the line to In- 
tercept the Jarrett & Palmer train at the most eoa- 
venlent point on the route. Mr. Latham will tele- 
graph full partAonlars of the meeting In to-naerrow's 
Chronicle, and will also, wa exneot. aAAomDiuiv Mr. 



JIt seems." says ths N. Y DromoJic Neu-t. "that 
we are to be disappointed in musical affairs all 
roiiund. Mrs. Oates and her party, who were confi- 
dently expected in three weeks to open at the Park 
Theatre, will not come here. The reasons of this 
change of base we are unacquainted with; bnt cer- 
tainly nothing on the part of Mr^ Oates will ever 
more surprise us. The elever but erratic little lady 
has. in fact, became better known for breaking en- 
gagements than keeplntc them. It is not probable 
that she will appear at all in New Yok this sea- 
son." 

Mrs John^letton. the mother of Mrs. Barton Hill, 
and one of the piomient members of Wallack's 
Company, has .been seriously 111 of pnumonia, bub 
is now, we are happy to state, in a fair way of re- 
covery. 

The eastern papers are death oa Aana Dicklosea, 
Here are a few simples of the sharp thmgs written. 
Says the Mrrcunj: "Anna Dickinson did not fail 
in Boston . On the contrary, she made a crushing 
sueceas— that is.iW you let her tell the story"' The 
Chicago Ti^n^^ has it that "Anna Dickinson rolled 
her eyes at the right places, and took loag steps, and 
said iu a tragic voice. 'Ha. ha. coward craven, we 
have met at last. Oive me back my child, vile 
monster, or by the gods I'll have your heart's bl-ud 
and give your worthless carcass to the dogs;' but 
yet the critics say she is not a great actress," Ajid 
the Philadelphia Item chips in with the statement 
that "Anna Dick'uison's complete wardrobe cost 
her $30,000. and she says she's bouad to wear those 
elothes out if she has to join a circus company." 

It sounds strange to read that Virginia Marlowe, 
a daughter of Owen Marlowe, made her debut as 
Eva. in "Uncle Tom's Cabin," but a fortnight ago. 
at the Grand Opera House. Toronto. Oat., and cre- 
ated quite a sensation." 

Lawrence Barrett." says Ariel (Stephen Fisbe). in 
the Arcadian "is almost the only Ameriean 1 know 
who habitaally takes a serious view of things. To 
be sure he is— or is trying to be— a tragedian ; but 
he is not professionally serious on that aocount. He 
was bom without the sense of humor. Years ago. 
when he flrst went upon the stage, with Sothem, at 
the Winter Garden, the elder Wallack went down 
at my solicitation to see him act. On leaving the 
heatre Wallack jokingly remarked. That yo<ing 
man ought to go into the army.' meaning that he 
handled a 6word splendidly. Barrett beard of this, 
took it serioiuly. and went Into the army. The next 
day Wallaok drove down to engage him. and found 
that he had joined the reoriiits at Governor's 
Island." 

Mr. and Mrs. Pateman leave for the East and Eu- 
rope to-morrow morRlng. supplementing their long, 
pleasant and profitable engagement with a twelve- 
month season of well-earned leisure. 

The operatic progrsmne is. as usual, subject to 
many alterations.and amendments. It seems cer- 
tain, however, that the coming Strakosch season at 
Baldwin's will cons'st of half a dozen concerts, in 
which pretty little Belocca, Tom Karl and Taglia- 
pietra will appear. But in addition to this, it is 
stated that the Philips Sisters oome to San Fran- 
cisco, with Gottscbalk as basso, and moreover, it is 
whispered that Miss Minnie Hauok. at iiresent in N. 
York, has been engaged to appear with Beloosa; 
Pappenbeim, too. as a soprano, is spoken of. Al- 
together a season of opera should be. and we hope 
will bo evolved out oi aH this (possible) congtega- 
tioo of talent. Meanwhile we shall hear Belocca. 

The Hon. Sam Wetheril! will resume his position 
as treasurer on Monday, and will have charge of 
the box office at Baldwin's Academy of Mnsic, 
after that date 

On Monday the (Georgia Mlnatrela will start on 
their Southern tour. They will show at San Mateo 
June 5th; Redwood; 6th; Santa Clara. 7th; San 
Joee, 8th. 8th and 10th;Cilroy, Uth; HoUister. 12th; 
Salinas, Uth; Watsonville. IStb. and Santa Cruz. 
16tfc; thence seaport towns to Los Augele3 and re- 
turn. Mr. W. J. Davis accompanies the troupe as 
manager. They willibe gone about six weeks. 

lASreSH K0TB8. 

Mr. Sethem will begin an eBgogceient at Daly's 
Theatre during the latter part of Jnly. A number 
of new comedies by Mr. Brougham. Mr. Daly 
and Mr. William Davldge will be presented at this 
bouse during the coming season. 

Mr. Stephen Fiske. having recovered from his 
late illness, is now engaged on anew society play. 
This gentleman has been elected an honorary mem- 
ber of the Yonng Men's Hebrew Association ef 
New York. 

Mile. Cora Adriaaa has returned to her home in 
Keyport. 

Mr. George Fawcett Bowe, Miss Rose Wood and 
the entire Park Company, with "Brass," are under 
ongagsmont to Mr. Lewis Morrison for a brief 
Summer tour. 

Camille Weinschenk arrived from Farts. France, 
on May Uth, bringing a large quantity of soenery 
and properties for "The Voyage to the Moon." 
shortly to be produced iu Kiralfy's New Aihambra 
Palace. Philadelphia. 

Edwin Booth's country seat Cos Oob, Conn., has 
been sold to a Provldenee buyer for $50,000. It 
was originally built by Chas. Barras. and was pur- 
chased by Mr. Booth about four years ago. 

We are glad to hear that the health of G. L. 
Fox Is said to be improving. 

Manager Harry D. Palmer, of Booth's Theatre, 
has been elected an honorary member of the Gar- 
rick Club, of London. Mr. Palmar and Mr. Joe 
Jefferson are the only Americans who hare been 
favored by a similar election. 

Katie Putnam Comp%n|>, Boston Musesm, May 
29th. 

Edwin Booth. Hamilton, Canada. May 32d ; To- 
ronto, 23d. five nights ; Buffalo. 29th. one week. 

Rose Bytln^e and Shook and Palmer's troupe, 
Indianapolis, Msy 24th, 25th; Hooley's Theatre. 
Chicago, 29tb. 

Maggie Mitchell and troupe, Lockport, N. y., 
June 2d ; Ithaca, 5tb ; Oswego. 8th, 

Ella Wesner sailed for England. M«y ITtb, to 
sing In the Oxford. Cambridge and Sun Music 
Halls, Londoa, 

George Faweett Rowe" will open the coming sea- 
son at Booth's. Lord Byron's play of "Sardanapa- 
lus" will be brought out at this house in September, 
with new and gorgeous scenery and a grand ballet 
troupe. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chaafraa are now resting, after 
ths fatigues of the season, at their Long Branch 
villa. Mrs Chsnfrau will soon be In the harness 
again, however, as she opens her Summer season 
at the Eagle Theatre, Monday next, June Stii. 

Miss Ciara Harris has signed an engagement with 
Messrs Shook and Palmer as leading lady at the 
Union Square Theatre, after the run of "The Two 
Orphans." It is as yet ondeoided whether Kate 
Olaxton will remain or not. 

Aug, Pennoyer. manager for the Mrs. Oates 
Opera Bsufle Tronpe, embarks in a new tbeatrioal 
enterprlss in the fall, in eopartuenhip with k.r. 
Brookes of Memphis, an old and valaed (riend of 
Mr. Penaoyer. 

To chroaiele the Isst Wa'lacklaa representatlea 
of a aeasoB" says the New York correspondeDt of 
the Baltimore BvUttm. "is always a patafnl duty. 
So many pleasant ipemorles are inmmed up fn the 
fchonsht that a season at this hoose 'has been.' that 



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may not hare been so greatly benefitted through a 
change of bill, the pablie have certainly had reason 
to be thankful Begimning with Th* Oyerland 
Route,' the season has included presentations of 
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There's an unfortunate actress in Chicago who 
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Booth, she fell on the top of one of the children in 
the naoat effectire part, aad ehangcd the current of 
popular feeling. With Florence, in the "Mighty 
Dollar." her back hair parted with her. and in 
"The Gamester." with Barry SalliTan, hex dress be- 
came unpinned, dropped to the floor, and left Mrs. 
Bererly in her petticoats. 

' Po«r Peter Abel!" sa^s the Philadelphia Mirror. 
"Now that his unfortunate death is beyond question, 
something ought to be done to relieve the neeessi- 
ties of his Btrieken family. A benefit has been 
talked of by our managers and actors, nearly all of 
whom were warm personal friends of the deceased, 
and we hope that it will be Immediately arratnged. 
The ir. T. Herald, with ooran^ndable alacrity, has 
successfully started a uub.'criptson fund for the 
faaUty, aud its example ought to be imitated by ev- 
ery journal in Philadelphia." There are many 
friends ef the unfortunate gentleman in San Fran- 
cisco who will gladly arail tbem«elTefl of this way of 
showing their appreciation of aad friendship for the 
deceased. 

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2d. 

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2d, 3d. 

E. A. Bothem. Troy, June 1; Poughkeepsle. 2d; 
Newark, N. J., 3d and aUne, Walnut, Philadel- 
phia, four weeks. 

Miss Agusta DargoD is negotiating for a debut at 
a leading theatre of New Vork. 

Miss Annie I#o«i&e Gary has sailed from England 
for New York. After fulfilling her eagagemente in 
this country she wilt return to Europe far a year. 

LucUle Western, Walnut, Philadelphia. May 23d. 

BichingS'Bernard Bnglish Opera Troupe, Pitt«- 
bnrgh, Pa.. May 34th and 25th; WiUiamsporfc, 26th. 

Mrik Duna .will shortly presen!. her spectacle o£ 
"Ahmed" at Niblo"8 Garden uader the new manage- 
ment of Mr. Kingman Page. 

"It is possible, however,"' sa^s Walsinghamof the 
Baltimore BiUUtin. that Aimee may burst upon the 
seeoe fN. Y.) for one nfght only. This will befor the 
benefit of Maurice Grau, who Is as smart as he is 
amiable, when he gives a representation of 'La 
Jolle Parfumeude, with Mile. Ainaee Ib her original 
tole, and M. Offenbach as leader of the orchestra.'' 



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play. The stores In front are all reute<L and the 
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month. It would cost alrout $90,000 to build a The- 
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iBsationai, Hysterical, Lachrymacy, Society Drama entitled, 

le Was Led Astray ! 

will be presented with new Scenery, by Dayton, New and Costly 

pertifrs, by Sherman and Assistant, New and Magnificient 

Wardrobes, by Mrs. Taylor, New «nd Mechanical effects, by 

Andrews and Ass'stant, Original Mu3ic wTitten 

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In active preparation. J. R. KEMBLE'S New Burlesfiue, 

iG BLammazn Baths. 

DAY. June 5th — Will be presented for tbe first time in this city, at 
j'e New Tbeatre. Bush street. MAT. MORGiLNS LIVING FICTURES 
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MR. JOHN McCULLOXJOH Propribtor aj»d Manaokr 

MR. BARTON HIIL AoTiso Mana.ikr 

Robert M. Kbkrlb... Stage Manager I Ohas. 8cnui.TZ Musical Director 

John Torrbhck Machinist T. J. Fbk.vch Tr«asarisr 

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PRICE. 

TH3S__ ByxmNG--^-^. -^^ 3 

He will appear in bis jreat personation of "Liuia and Fabicn Dei Frinchi," 
in the famous drama of THE 

Corsican Brothers 

The Drama «ill be presented with New Scenery :\nd Illusions, ami the 
FOLLOWING STRONG CAST ; 

M. LOUIS DEI FRANCHI, ) Corsican ( CHA3. 

M. FABIAN DEI FRANCHI, f Brothers \ FECHTER 

IM. Cliiilrjin ICenuud Rarton lllll 

M. .tlfrod Jlr.>ii:ird Nelson Uirkor 

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Le Baron 4;iorniiuo M»rtelli iohii »ilsun 

M. Bvauehnnip Hurry Wood" 

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Miirro Oolonna I Tbe heads of two) Robert I'alriniin 

CnetuAo Orlando (Corsician families f MV. A. Mc^tnycr 

Antonio Snionn, Judtge of Sullacaro District, Corsica. II. 4'ond 

(ficlflTo, !\ Domestic , E. N. Thnyor 

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Serviiut .1. Council 

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Ooree >-Ladies ot the Opera< „. ,^ Maaale t'hainbers 

Domino ; I Mtsu Louisa Vavasour 

.Madame Sa villa Del FranchS, Mother of Loub; aud Fabicn 

Mrs. C. K. Sanndrrs 

Marie, a Domestic MiKS Annie illKEs 

Ladies. Gentlemen. Masks. Dominoes, Debardeurs, Grotesque;!, hervauta. 
Male and Female CorsiCi'.T Peasants, etc. 

NEXT MONDAV EVEXINC .IirSE 6, 18:6 

By arrangement with MESSRS. JARRBTT k PALMER, Managers 

of Booth's Theatre, New Yorlc, SHAKSi'EARE'S 

Grand Historical Play, 




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Th0 Battle of Agincourt 

Will be produced «ith the Original Scenery, Costumes, Armors, 
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M. VICTOR, Mile. LOUISE DOREL and lalle. OABRIELLE DU SAULD. 



THE OLD MAN'S PEKPLEXITIES 

EiHTO>. ll»MIITO\ an.l mi««>N. 

Ballad •.■■•• P. a. Bowman 

In thrlr Aerobnllr Hone* iwnt l».nrr.. 

To conclude with K.\ST<iN".>> I . .■ ' ■'■ ^^rUh. 

ha.r's dat Goose 

MR. GRABALL '' 

HANNAH OIIABALL ».. 

PKTK PERSIMMON ■' ' 



KRASTU3 liUPLUNS. 

JIM JUMPBR ■ •■•. 

HiuJutcrs. Ped.|l«T«. Ashmen, etft. b» Ik' 



MONDAY, June 51h 



II be pr«.enie<1 Ir.r ih» flrH 
MAOUIRE-S NEW 



ni4: in thii 
THEArUK, Itunh StieM, 



If. »l 



Mat! Morgan's living Pictures 

The Latest Eastern Sensation. 



MONlMV; .lune i. liT'i. the CAI.IIVKMA MINSTi 
(rom Magnirc's New Theaue lo MaKuir* s lic*ra lluiiio 



OLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is T^o^\7^ Or>oir Tor STa.T3sorii>-tioxx to Stools., 

P THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCI SCO. 

Incorp orated Under the Lavrs ot llie State of Calliornla. 

30,000 Slx^i^os, I»a,r -Vs^lTJLO $50 E!«-olX"^lo l»©r Slx«r© l^et±€% ^^; 

HECTORS -ROBERT STEVENSON, of Sterenson's Block, .San Francisco; FREDERICK TURRILL, Capitalist ; J, 8. SrEAR,Jn, of I.jjL a Hp^ax A Co Auctioneers , f'^^' ' ^ ■ ^. t'lKTtB. 

»ncisco; LEANDER 8AWYEH, Ban Mateo, Capitalist; WALTER G. HOLMES, Attorney at Law. Presldenl.»<OLOn( I AI risrw "^ ^ « TBr I »«. «l ■ «nt •» 

OF THLS BANK 13 TO LOAN MONEY ON COLLATERAL SECT RITIES. SliCII A.S »»AM»NDS. JVAT<|HI>.^^^^ 

mouHi Alio to receive Ttrm Deposits and Deposits subject to Call or Check. This Bank wUl for tbe present aUow the following Katos iinere. 



E OBJECT 

. 4 per cent. a.......... ....„ ™ -w. — ^ — . — . - - 

IS. I I- 1 per cent. I>er month. No Interest allowed on Daily DepoelU subject to caII or check. , „ „r f„i, „„j iihoml dnaJInu 

Director, ot-thls Bank are all well known bbsineas men of this city, and as such t'lve to ajl customer; or depMltors a gtiarantce »' ''''''"^ ''S'^^'Jl, (,„ '°'. po,t and Keamt street, 
scription Books for a hir.lted number of shares at »10 per share, are now open at tbe COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK, NorUioast Corner Post ana ivearn, 
UL OR SKBID FOR CIRCULARS. niy24.1m 



Oboice, Well-Fumishe'l 

itside Rooms 

...TO LET, AT... 
r en. !• OHE DOLLAR PERNIGHT, 

...AT THB.... 

ISO HOUSE, 

DUCED RATES BY THE WEEK. 

L ei«kxa.soaaxe Stx-oel: 

L. J. PVTELL, Proprlelor. ialS 



re YOUR PICTURES! 

DF ANY Knm, TAKEN AT TH 



W YORK 

llallery^ 




iblnet PtctnrM, 94 per dozen. 

J. H. PETERS. Proprietor 

»nanza House 

887 Axad. 868 

et 8tr««t, l>«(ween Fourth A Fifth. 

VGLK FUKNISHKD ROOMS I 

idht Week Month. Twenty -fl to and aft» 
a Nlgfat; « to 118 per month. mylS-bn 

CANDIES. 

Kinds of tk« Fineat Candy Hade 

Keaun Candy Fa^oiT daily. All ordera, es- 
r from-tbe ooimtry, are •ollolted and wlU 6 
ly attended ta 
lAMTT, fonnerly Canty A IVaxBer 




rat. fft ataalhi Tw»l»» 



r K rARTKIi. 



THF. LAJ10K3T ASSORTMENT IK THE OITT I Nothing Ever Seen Equal to It I 
BARGAINS at !•« t« »I6 Kcamy Street, (opp«Hlt« the Plauil, next to Clly Rail 




WELLINGIQN COAL. 

The Best Stea m Coa l in the World. 

Dsed Ezelaslrely by the Brilitth Navy on t)»ls C«b«I. and by the Prineipal Lacal 
Htcamshlp t^ntpanlejt. 

FOB DOMESTIC USB IT 13 SUPERIOR TO THE BEST QUALITY OK WEST HARTLEY 
and Hootch Splint Coalo. ,^ , , . _. _ «,^, i, 

B« lure you let tbe GENUINE WELLINGTON. Ono» oMd tt Monot be mtatakeo. The Coal K 
bard, splinteiy, dull In luster, and does not soil the ftuger, 
For sale wholesale and retail by tbe Agents, 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 



AL,1^ LA.JDI1SIS» UWK IX 

Far tale by all DraMUIa. iBf«-tn> 



Boca Beer ! 



ARIONHALL 

me Celebrated Boer Now on nraaabi 

from thii only lAjw Hear Dr^wwT "'i l-'» "•**>■ 

Mow on «•;<! »•. 

HENRY GRIMM'S, 

ABION HALL, 

n. B. Coraer af Bailer aad Bearay W*- 



THE CUFF KOUSF 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 

The Beit Fprine ll»dirJBt is V—. 



TtTiini "III 

nmpl'*- I*'" • "'■ 
HM h; all nnnMU 



.■tit«» 



ooo:Et 

PORTABLE 

Extinguishers ! 

FIRE ENOINBS 



tfll.»«l 



*•. 



ROIRlie OCEIPII 
FOlilNG SURF. 



SURSlRfi BREUER5 
IOfl<iTERSE« LIOIS- 



Appetlilflg Breakfaate, Luncl»« 
DlJUMn and Sappen. 

BRING TOIB WIFE I 

BBI!«ti lOIB LABI FBIK»»* 

And MiloT a tk- '.I lh« "»** 0<*AI« P*>K> 

K^ClltA IN THK W..RLU. all I. dgfct •< 

111* worldfMKrwt>« 

OoltXen €3n.t€). 

with a t—i of wWto-wto»»-! 
from «»«»y P»rt of Ut* o. 

Now Llfi'- V.-I'J': -/.|a»»Cill.» -^ 



Better than Insurance. 
PAHKV K r\rY. AkktiI*. 

417 Market Street, 

p>«u «i»A«»d. T» *■•••*• »*!*tJJ TBI 




HF 



HrRlUn 



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KLi£tt-- 



FX 



nrm OKGAN OF AH0SEMINTS. 



Pabllabed Eren D*T io Uw Twr, bi 
4-. £». X30<a-.A.X1.I3XT». 

il 

iSi MKKtHAXT 8TKEET. 

BelO' Moctiomory 8»n Fr»nci«» 



SATUKDAY. JUNE 3 

DITimOK or THE ATIANTIC AND 



rAciric 

ACiriC TELBOHArH 



Opened. 



(«., 507 CALiroBSIA ST. 

Kew York. June 3, 18T6. 
12 I- 



li.tDULE KOrU. 

EMERsns CoRviLLR l« the name 
Thil's l>lcnt with Eagtern Oyster tame ! 
He ha« the Bneut ever hreil, 
And newly taken frum the bed. 
Ontcra Dtivi'J, or Oysters rjast, 
Currie<l or Fried, alike'8 hia bo.Ast ! 
To CoRviLLit's fammw Saddle Rock, 
The faelilon of all Frisco flock I ! ! 

At 415 PiXE Street, mind, 

This noud rendcznius you'll find, 

ELEOA.Nr I'RiVArE Rooms are there 

To accommodate hia Patrons lair, 

Who, as they take their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the uhile, 

At approbalioii of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saddle Rock. 

Emebso.v Corville is, to-day, 

Largist Importer on the Bay, 

And the whole ira-le upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

And then for flams,— soft or hard snell,— 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the f.mous Saddle Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you fret; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, jou bet ; 
Eass's Pale Ale, and Gumness* Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of briBht Ch «mpa^'ne the finest brand ; — 
Tea, Coffee and Chocolate always on band. 
Visit CoRviLLE's but once— at all others 

youHl mock,— 
For there arc n Dne can compare with the 

Saddle Rock! 

EUEKSCN COIlTK.LK°S SADDLE ROOK OTSTBR SaLOON, 

416 Pine Street, opposite the Uarket. ck 

■•BKgen 

Ot Amuiementa, ExousIods, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
EBtabliahmcDt of B. K, Sterett, 532 CUy Street. 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, In Plain or Fancy Colon), are tumod out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tilul Profrrammee, Tickets, etc, etc, printed to 
0uit the meet fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
stantly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pere of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very Uttlo In advance of plain white 
paper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
Inch letters, in stock, ot all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre Managers are especially invited to 
call tor estimates. This woll-known Printing House 
was established by the present proprietor in 1B50 
ftnd has been in successful operation ever since. 

S-cJ 

The Collateral Loan and Savlnns Bank 
Company 

This day announce through the columns of 
FuiAKo, that a bank ha« been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearny streets for the purpose of 
making a i>pecialty of Loaning Money on Collateral 
Security, pjch as diaiiiouds, silver plate, jewelry, 
etc., subject to the lethal rate of mterest, namely, 
4 per cciit. per muuth. Reference to the advertise- 
mtnt will BatiHfy every one that the Directory of the 
Bank Ia composed of wealthy and well-known busi- 
neea men whose names inspire contidence at a 
glance, and ar. a guarButee that the affairs of the 
institution will be conducted fairly and honorably. 
The bank itfelf is something that hajt long been 
needed, and those who are unfortunate in stocks 
etc.. will now have a bou£e of refuge. w 



Don't Pay Fancy Prices 

By going to Montgomcrj- or Kearny street to 
get your hats, when you can buy the very finest 
class of goods considerably cheaper than in either 
ot these streets by calling at '*T^e" Hat Store, 
<M7 Washin^on street, below Kearny, besides, 
having a splendid and complete assortment to 
choose from. This is a positive fact, and ever\'one 
is sure to be pleased it they call at the above 

piACe. M 

Do Not 8nOer trom Corns. 

The unfortunate stxfterers from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kcamy street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 F. M. We spaadc trom experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctors capability. Ret- 
erepoe given il reqjired. B 



The Antelove Oyster Hoase. 

Our specialty, alwa}-s the best oysters in market 
sened ap in the best style of cooking. Onr 
Eastern transplanted 0}-sters excel any other in 
market EeUblished ii\ 1864. Ko. 612 Market 
Dear Montgomery. B 

• 

Millinery tivods, 

Wli.ilesaio and ret* at Pa mer's, 726 to 734 
Market street. 



Xew store ! Mew Goofls ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of ycar« with J. C. 
Meussdorfler « Bro., hasopmidatNo, 4(2 Kearny 
street, near Pine, with a splendid stock of Hats 
and Caps. "The finest goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. I 

Hurry up Those Butter Cakes. 

Who has not tried them? New York Butter 
Cakes and CofTe for 10 cent«. at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster tjaloon. 517 California street, imder Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the nicht and day 
J. H. Bums, Proprietor. • 



The original "Swain's Bakery" ienow established 

a their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 

ear Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 

and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 

busincs o 

The LadICK of ^an I ranclseo 

Will bcgUd lo learn of the opening of first- 
class oflBces at 6 ?4 Clay street, opposite Kohler, 
Ohase & Go's, where they can be supplied with 
first-class Chinese domestic servants at short no 
ticc. We heartily recommend Messrs. King & 
Merritt asg*ntlemen who will study in every way 
to please their customers. H 

The Green Room. 

This popular resort ot the profession and al 
•picures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
food lunch, is directly opposite the Calilomia The- 
•tre. It has Just been beautifully trescord and is 
BOW a model ot taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes t<- th» Oreen Room between the acts. z 



Don't "elp Pay Other People's Debts, 

But k o the Furniture and Bedding Store ot 
J. A. Shaher h Co., 707 Market street, near Third, 
andsave fully 25 percent, by bujingof them. Their 
motto is : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
li'te they have no bad debts to make op out ot ex- 
ttj i>rofl»«. 



Tasteless Medlclne<). 

Castor Oil and many other nauseous medicines, 
can be taken easily and safely in Dundas Dick & 
Co. '8 Soft Capsules. No taste; no smell. Sold 
by your druggist. Ask him for our little book. 

Orders cime in trim all quarters for the Stan- 
dard Shirts. The public appreciate them. I 



Palmi r's have received a new supply ot adies 
and children's underweai— very cheap— 726 to 734 
Market street. 



Cloaks, Sacques, Lace Caps and Bonnets, etc., 
just received at Palmer's, 726 to 734 Market St. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Trrolc; Concert. 

Also otber performances, every night at the 
TiToH GihrdeDS, northweet comei Sutter acd Stock- 
toD streets. Admission free. < 



WADH'S OPERA HOUSE. 

Mlssijo Street, near Third. 
F. W. BERT Lbsobe and Uanaoik 

d'SPEClAI, AKNOC\CE.UEKT.JE]f 

In consequence of the 
Of the Young English Trajedian, 

3VEz*. Gt-eorse f&lsxxold 

In Lit original impersonation KING BBNRY, 
in Shakespcars's groat play of 

HKIVK.Y the FiFTH; 

Or. The Battle of Aslnconrt! 

A Grand Special Perfonnance of this SQagnificent 
Spectacle will be given on 

SUNDtlY EVtNI\<i Jli\E 41b. 

Sl\UAY EVKXI.VG Jl'.\E 4tli. 

Box Office fur sale of Reserved Seats now open. 



'\:^7'etTCLtGCL. 



A PARTI^EIR, 

With some Cipital, to tak« a half-iDterest in the 

s axzum: A 

ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE, 

To Travel Tfarongli Gnrope; a Rare 

chaace for a person who liktB traveliMg and to 
maka money fiore and quick. Apply in person to 

Proprietor and Hanacer, 

At the Humboldt Hotel, Fifteenth street, between 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'clock in the 
afternoon. Prinolpals only need apply. je3-tf 



ANNUAL PICNIC 

op 

AnialRainal4-d Sodcly of Engineers, Ma. 
rliinUls Nlllwriiiht.s, Blacksmiths 
and Patlcrn.Makers, 8^ F. Branch, 

Mo. S80. 

WILL HE HELD AT 

1SELM.OINT PAUK;, 

On SnndaT, Jane 4, 1876. 

Train leaves depot, comer of Fourth and Town- 
send streets, at 'J o'clock, sharp, and will stop at 
T-wcnty.si\th street. A number of prizes will be 
contested for Music by Alpor's Band Tickets, 81 
each. Children under 13, 50 cents. Tickets to be 
had at 140 First street and 207 Second street, or at 
the car. Members ot the British Mutual Aid Soci- 
ety are invited to attend. Dancing to commence at 
11 A. M my24 



IF YOU 

Oysters and Fish 

Cooked in good style, try the Oyster 

and Chop House 

!>. E. Corner LeldesdorlT and Clay Sis., 

formerly known as FRA^K JOHNSON'S Tne 

Private Roo-iis have been elegantly fitted up and 

thoroughly renovated. Open from 6 A. M. to 2 A. M. 

LI'.NUBKKC: 4t I.AKSKN. Pro«rlc4ois. 

je3-2w' 



Tivoli Concert Gardens, 

N. ^y. cor. liiBlter and Stoekton gig. 

VOCAL AND INSTRU.MENTAL CONCERT 

EVEKY EVENING BY FIRST 

CLASS ARTISTS, 

The only Family Gardens in the city. jo2-3ra 



WHITE & KEARNS 

M'lU commence Ihelr Sixth ^Hfran on 

June 19th. at Antioch. and will visit the principal 
towns throughout Calif A-nia. Nevada and Oregon. 
WAKTED— Two end men, also a first and second 
VioUniat that can play E Flat and B Flat Cornets. 
Apply at Blondell House. N. W. comer Stockton 
and Broadway. Sunday, /vine 4th, from 12 m. to 9 
p. M. jel-3t 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAMERS. 

A.VDTHE. .. 

FULTON & GUEBNVIILE R. R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On anil aHer Monday, May 99, 187G, 
the Steamer JAMES M. DONAHUE, Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Green-street Wharf daily (Sun- 
daya excepted) at 7 A. m, and 3 P. M., connectiDg 
at Donahue Landing with the cars for Petaluma, 
Cloverdale and way stations. The cars will leave 
Cloverdale daily iSundays eseepted) at 8 A. M. and 
3.30 P.*M.. connecting with steamer at Donahue for 
San Francisco. Close connections made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and Guemvllle Road for Kocbell's 
Mills and Picnic C-rounds and terminus of the road. 
Shortest and quickest route to tlie Geysers. Tiuough 
from San Francisco in geven hour^. Close stage 
connections made for Litton'a. Skaggs' Mark West. 
Santa Rosa White Sulphur, Bartlett's. Highland 
and Harben's Springs. Mso, Vkiah. Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodejra. Duncan's Mills, Lakeport, 
Clear I.Ake. Mendocino, Petrilied Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS- The Steamer leaves 
Green-street wharf Sunday morning at 8 A. M. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for Cloverdale and 
all stations on the road. Returning, will arrive in 
San Ftancisoo Sunday, 7:20 P. M. Excursion Tick- 
ets sold on board 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. 
P. DONAHUiC. Presl(l«4.t 

A- A. BEAN, General Superintendent. 

F. H. GERDlSa. Uen'l P. ft T. A«v 

General Office, 4d(> Montgomery etreei. San 
Prandaoo. fe2ft-tf 



MASONIC TEMPLE BATH{^, 

NO. 10 POST ST , SAN FRANCISCO. 

Vapor, Hot Air, Steam, Electrical, 

Chemical, Sulphur. Mercurial, Acid, Artificial Sea 
and other Baths, for the preservation of Health 
and Cure of Invalids. 

OXYGEN INHALATIONS. - For Catarrh, 
Throat. Lung, Nervons and Mental Diseases. 

'•SOLAR RAY SURGERY. '-Removes Birth 
Marks, India Ink, Moles, Abnonnal Growths and 
discol orations. 

Dp.. BROWN'S REMEDY FOR CANCER. - 
Prompt, efficient, and almost painless. The most 
det^perat* cases are invited. No Pay required until 
a cure is effected. 

DR. D. C. and MRS. MOORE, 

ray25-3m 10 Post Street. 



For Sato by the untlerKlsneil, €0 Snlts 

ARMOR, comprising Bwlmets, Bre •striates, Lam- 

Hf>rnnina Wrtcflnrc Am.li.ta Ti^lifs <^i>Ti,1alB TSi_ 



Maguire's New Theatre, 

BUSH STREET, 

A. D. ROBERTS Lessee and Manager 

New York Sensation 

Monday Evening, June 5 
MATT MORGAN'S 

Art Exhibition! 

CLASSIC STATUARY 



OF. 



Historical & M^ythoiogical 

TABLBAUX. 
3?" X »«^ "3P ^5? 



EEAUTIFCL 



Young Ladies 



A Talented & Selected Troupe 



.OF 



Specialty Stars ! 



Box Ofli ce now open for sa e of Seats, 
iel-tf 



Wade's Ope^ra House. 

CIPRICOS FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. 
CKEAT PARISIAN SICCESS ! 

Fates 6L Furies. 

Tlirlllims ScDkatloBuI Druma. 



»EA. BA.THIING. 

Long Bridge Swimming Baths 
xa o ■\Ar_o 3E» ES jxr . 

Pet&ons can here enjoy ths benefits of SEA 
BATHING, without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dangeious currents. 

niy27-tf A. TEUWORTHY. Manager. 



NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 



At a Meeting of the Board of Health, 

held on the 26th of May, A. D. 1876, it was ordered 
that the following sections of chapter II of the 
General Orders of the Board of Supervisors be pub- 
lished in the daily newspapers : 

[Reports of Physicians.] 

Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Health 
Officer in writing, every patient he shall have labor- 
ing under Asiatic cholera or smallpox immediately 
after he shall be satisfied of the nature of ^he dis- 
ease immedfately after it shall have occurred. 
[Reports of HoQHebolder^] 

Sec 6, It shall be the duty of every house- 
holder in this city and county to report, in writing, 
to the Health Officer, immediately, the name of 
every person boarding at lus •f her house, whom he 
or she shall have reason to believe to be sick of 
choleral or smallpox, and any deaths occurring at 
bis or her house from such disease. 

[rer«ou6 InffCted with i^mallpox.] 

Sec. 9. No person attending upon or otberwis 
coming in contact with any i)erson affected with 
smallpox in such a manner or to such an extent as 
to render him liable to comteunicate the disease. 
shall go upon any public street or in any way mingle 
with people not affected with the disease. 
[Prohlt>itlne the Removal of 4|uaran- 
line Flaes.j 

Sec. 29. No person shall remo'^ a yellow or 
quarantine flag or placard from any buildint; where 
the said flag or placard shall have been placed by 
the Health Officer or his deoxxties. without the per- 
mission of said Health Officr or his deputies, 
my 29 



READY IN^NE WEEK. 

Bishop's Directory 

For 1876 

will be ready for delivery In 0\K 

WEEK, ctntaining 1,600 pases and over 100,000 
Names. PRICE ONLY THREE DOLLAR.S. A 
thorough and speedy canrass— fresh from the field 
— not seven months old as usual with Directories 
heretofore pablished in San Francisco — but issued 
in a few days from the final completion of the can- 
Tase—containing all new arrivals, changes, etc, up 
to date-making it truly A DIRKCroRY FOR 
18761 

RE.WEMKER THE PSICE IS 

ONLY THREE DOLLARS. 



my23-6t 



B. €. VAKBALL, PobliMhcr. 



Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To be had In all stores and Saloons. 

Manufactured by DENICKE BR .THERS at the 
WHITE MAN'S CIOAR FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23-tf 

Prepare for yonr Centennial trip by laying in 
a supply of "Standard" Shirts i 



CHEYENNE OFEBa HOlTSE. 

By the Mgbt or Week, or will make 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Comp». 
nies on charing terms. For particulars, addren 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suffering humanity. 

Dr. Spinney will Guarantee to 
l;orfeit$500 

For every case of seminal weakneas. or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which he undertakes 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, aay to the 
unfortiuiate sufferer who may read this notice, that 
you are treading upon dangero\is ground when yoa 
longer delay in setting the proper remedy for your 
complaint. You may be in the first sta?e, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If y ou are bor- 
dering ui)on the last, and arc sufferi) z some or all 
of its ill effects, remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come when 
the most skillful physician can render you no as- 
sistance; when tne door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy cai. bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself upon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
cau^, wbich is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a healthy rosteration of the genito- 
uiinary organs. 

All L«U«rsand Conuuiinications Strict* 
ly Confidential. 

Consultations Free— Charges Moderate* 
Olfice Hours from 10 to 4 and 7 to S* 

CALL OR ADDRESS. 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Franelsco, 



FREE AND EASY. 



4* 



•Oa SUSSIOBT aTKEET. 

Reu BBOOsd. 

E-rerv Saturday IVigrlit- 

THO«. 'WTLn, OhAlnuJi. 

UotU Forth.! ffotic. 

A the teet Songs next Satatday Night. 
EAttUES A WILD. 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open November 1st. Yarlely Tal- 
ent going East or West, wishing engaeements, wil 
find it to their advantage to address, stating term ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
0025 t CHEYENNE. W 



The Manly Art 



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Private Lessona Given in BoKlng ! 

....BY 

PROF. TOM McALPENE, 

Ex-CliaBipion of the Niddleo'\Teisbt«* 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
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1330 Dnpont Street, hetween Tallejo 
and Sreen. apl4-lm 



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le better and costs less than half as 
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From which the Silver is worn, replated 
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residence of MKS. C. M. SAWYER, i; 
street near Market. Seances begin at 7i o' 

FOR A GOOD 5 CBNfT GLAS; 

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sw 

MARKET 8.3?.° S"^ 

wines, Llqnorf* and Cigars of tb 
anallly, 

ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTIT 

....DIRECTED BY.... 

Prof. D.^peran 

Iiessons on tbe Piano and in Sir 
1800 STOCKTON STKEET, S. I 



<^^ OYSTER HOUSE | 

MARKET STREET ABO>nE PO 

The best Oysters, Chops, Roasts and G 

the market. Private appartments for FamU 

Ladles. Family orders delivered to reeiden 

of extra charge. Open all night. 
fe21-tf A. S. SMITH. Propt 

CLAY-STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

839 Clay Street, eor. 
Stockton. 

This is th^ most elegant 
and commodiona Riding 
Academy in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particn- 
lar attention paid to teaching beginners* 

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mission to the proprietors of the Amerio 
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manner in which I do their work. 



Wood's Opera Hou 

LOS ANGELES, CALA. 

A. a. RYAN & CO Pro] 

COL J. H. WOOD BosinesB M 

This New Theatre will oncn < 

about May 16th, as a first-class Variety T 
•Seating capacity, 700; stage, 35x40 feet^the 
stage of any theatre in the city, with back a 
galleries. Wanted, at all tiroes, firfitcla«3 ■" 
People, also an A No. 1 Stage Manager. O 
the year round. Address COL. J. H. \ 



»ARO E\ ^SB.Y^f^iEKE^ 

QARO U Frogramme of the 

tua. 

aAKO l» distributed FREI ev- 

>'iare throughout the busiueas 

•xu »t Sau Francisco. 

OA.KO is wall droulated OTery 

n Oakland. 

GtA.KO taplacedinhandsof the 

lasers by the Overlaud Train 

■ ■*«T. 

li &.HO U d. -tributed iu Saora- 

o th-9» dar 'In the week. 

3AKU U aaiiled erei; day to 

.e ptinolpal hotels oa the Paol£G 

'p BOGASDUS. FnbUghar. 




Here, Tbere and Everywhere.* 



U Established 1865 



SAH FRANCISCO. MONDAT, JUNE 5, 1876 



VOL xaaiL 



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"*• *» MlMltta MrcM, 

!<«•• roanh Ban r«A«ot»«. 



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guire's .New Theatre. 

Ciuh Street, between Slontgomerr an«l Kearny* 

>BERT3 ^.. ... _. .... . . ^. . ^. ■ ■L'^'JEg *y_ MamaQRR 

EVENlNG^^^^^^^^^j^^^^^ 

IND EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINKE. 
ART EXHIBITION OF 

ing Classic Statuary ! 
NDERFUL COMBINATION! 

.ncDOK4LII ClilMPIO.N PEDFMTAI, »KATi: DtlVOKK 

TUE OEM OF ART, NO ON*— 

opatra_JBejBore__CaBsar. 

The Wonrlprful Pr<v1i^ir3 

t>ert and JL.ittie <]oo Oa'^i^thorn 

In their Orij^nal Act, 



iBler.iil ORRIN BROTHERS In their Athletic Exerciaa, entitled 

liog the most excr.iordln&ry feats erer accon)«>Iishad. their riruucttes 
raoults from shoulder to shoulder bein^ nio'-t wondeTful. Tiioy wjJi 
rm aad conolude tlieir act with the hithe to unaocomplished feat of a 
Ad to b*ad balance, and while in that po-ition di^char,:^ four pi-ces of 
uid walk around the sta^e The nttcution of the pablla is called to 
lattbcy wear NO CAVa OR COVBRINU TO THK HEAD, thereby 
n:: this fe.\t a naftterpioce of oquilibrium. These artists are without 
3NAU0HS OV THK .-VOROBATJC ART. 

The -i^'ew. 'lsi.Ye. 

i>liss Klanclie e?i«;l-w.yn 

test oi all Lining Ropresentatires of the Young Swells of the Day, ia 

the following Songs— 
Miould Itfalin T*iee Sn«I, l»arlfng?" "HUdcbrundt 
M Ofi t roHe^^^^^Pn U_ '*" y " * j*.*' . B H n d V 

Ben Oilfoil 

tijii_So«ei»_ and Oanees and Burlc<«ine Changrtu 



_^lxj::J.s1:»^±x3L_ TMC^x'X'yai'is. 



IWIPrATIO»M 



.l.V HIH ni«UUL SI.LF,rTH(!VS 



OF 



S*". ANTHONY. 

HcUONALD, Ihe liif5ntTvotliej""rT!^ "^ 

L.NLAW and CRONIN in their original Irish Sketch Entitled 

3 in a Tenement House 

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^'^SP-5i^^^ • ■•.........:... Mrns WHITE 

f liT-YNN BKN GILFOIL 



MASTER TRACY 



Xho whole to conclule with the Triumph of Art, TUE 

LOWER OP GOLD! 



OEMS 

from 
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the 
Operas 

OOQ 

be 

bad 

at 

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of 
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California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN Mi<;irLLOUOH Propructob a»d Makaobr 

MR, KARTON HIIL Actino Manaoeb 

RoiiKKT M. Ebeblb... Stage Manager | Chas. ScnuLTZ. Musical Dlrectot 

John Torrenck Machinist T. J. FEENtTi Treasure 

W. T, Porter SoenJo Artist I Maetik Joyoe Business Mananer 

fmsTEVE^NG^^^^^^^ 

By arrangement with MESSRS. JARRETT k PALMER, Mana 'crs 

of Booth's Theatre, New York, SHAKSFKARLS 

Grand Historical Play, 




Will be (riven in its entirely, including; all the Superb Scenery, Delightful 

Music, its wonnderful Auxiliary force of Two Hundred in Grand 

T.ibleaux, Baltic Scenes and Processions. 

KING HENRY V L AWRENCB BARRETT 

Knninr as Chorus ..IHIsB F.lllc miton 

Hitkc «r Closter.. (Brothers tof FrHiik Kllduy 

Uuho sf R«Mllnrd. 1 the King I I, I'arKr.i- 

Unite of K.xcier, Uncle to the King Henry l-:<lwiird« 

Uukr <>(' lork, Ooiieia to the King F, Jouci 

Kiirl or^nlisiinry It. Uean 

Fart or tVeslinnreland E. fi. Tliuyer 

Karl ofnarwiek W. Illcks 

ArcliMsbop or Canterbury 8. W. LrnrU 

Bi»hu|i or My II. narkilu 

Karl or Cambridge) Conspirators ( Mr. KrrreH 

Lard Scroop y against < B. Bonariiiiia 

sir ihoniu)) «irey..J the King. (. Ilrnry toad 

iUr 1hoDi.t.s EriiluBhani Waltrr Li-inan 

tiower ) Officera of f Sir. Rratllry 

>laen:orrls5-KiDg Henrys.? Frank Keu 

Fluellen.. ) Anny. I Frederick Tkoruc 

Of the Ale.xandra Theatre, Liverpool, bio flrst appearance. 

Janiey IHnrry Woods 

t>illiani«1 Soldiers in ( '. T. ^V, Rci'iic 

Bates fKing Henry's-; T. Frank 

♦ onrt ) Arm.v, (. fiimiuel Fllloit 

!Vyiu ) Formerly Servants to i J, S. Torience 

IChdIoIvIi. )-Fal8taff. now Soldiers ia< >V, A. Mestayrr 

F»st«l ) King Henry's Army, (. O. It. Itlstiop 

Boy, Servant to the above, liis first appearance here Frsink Li 1 1 Jr. 

.4 Herald .1. .inlinson 

t.li.-Mles VI., King of France Jutin \>ll.snn 

Loub, the Dauphin ', .1. N. l.oi:e 

linke Bf Rnrgnndy Mr. Sle|>hens 

(tnke or Oriuans Ncl.son Itrclirr 

ItDke of UoiirtM>ii F. t'lasbv 

A French Soidjer, his first appcuance here Mons. >lcloi' 

'the t'oiisi aide of France Mr. Ho^iry 

Bntnbnres, ) Fieucli f Albert M'c.hI 

Graiiditre. I Lord?, I Artliur Wilssc 

Governor or Ilurflcnr tj.r. Ktvlly 

llouljoy. a French Htrald W. FiisJer 

The UiKlio|> ov Bourses Ilr. <lnmc<i 

Priiieess Uatheriue, ber first appearance here Mile. Louise Itnrel 

Dame tinictsly. (IMfitol's Wife), an Hostess Mrs. 4.'. K. Saundeis 

Isabel, Qiieeu of France Miss Mapgio €taainl>cr8 

.llice, a Lady attdndent upon Princess Katherine 

r.....Mlle. 4>ubricUc Du Sauld 

Her first appearance liere. 
Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries, Nobles, Page.^. Ladles of the Court, Sol 

diers, Citizens. Etc., 'by over TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARIK-S. 



t^yuopsis of Soenory. 

ACT 1-The English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2-The Siege of Harflenr and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 8 Battle of Aglncourt. 

ACT ^-Historical Episods. Reception of King Henry V. 

on Entering Zjondon after the Battic. 
ACT 5~lSsponsal of Henry V. and Princess Katberine. 

SAlUaOAY AFTF.yiNOON, JUVE lOtb. 

FIRST HENRY FIFTH MATING E 



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niado or 
the linest 
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eo*t 

for 812, 

at 

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Kearny 

Street. 

corner of 

Merchant 



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Programme for this Evening. 

PART FIRST ORAM) VoCAI. AND IN.S7K1 WFNTAI. roMrUT 
Introdiirtorv Overture 



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Bnllud UubinTcllKlltlrfaiCoMlBc B. T TlllilllA 

ComioHong >Tinj»ae, «i M oTTO* 

Ballad Bring bnrli Ibr Old Folk* c, R. FBIIMRItma 

('«ralc Mong I'nli down ;our tr>l BILI.1 riirKJt*^ 

Ballad Uan'l Furgri |« >rrllt Ma DarUn*. M.m. T1LLA 

DKscKll'TIVi; UNAl.K 

Life on the Mississippi ! 

Mejsra. F.MF.It.<iO^, KTMBI F. ♦>!» towrt^t. 
PAIIT SECOND Grand Kthloplan Carnlral 

MUSIC VS. ELOCUTION! 

Profowor ,. . . 1^*4 

*«dent "V.'V. " "I'lihk rr 



In Ills SoDg«, Duiirr< nnU linllatUaa. 



Bill I. Mf"" My .Mavornfen".. 



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The whole to omiulo with an entirely N^w and Not^I Km >liaaU, 
Sinjatonal, Hysterical, Lachr.imacr, Ho^icty Praia wiUUimI. 

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Which Will bo presented wih new f»<c • >-, 

Properties by 4jh*rmaT and A^- 
Wardrobes, by Mis. Taylnr, N- > 

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Exp.-eaaly for lb)< hjrieaifue by 

GEO. T. F.VANS. 

Armnnd Chaadooe LURE 

Rudolph 

Gtjorge da L-flparre 

Kector Placide i , ., . -ii .» 

Mount OosIIdo w II TILL 

Majiir O. Mulligan O-Hara 

Larontane J 

Su?jiiino OMolllgan CBara JU--" 

Miithtlde Hi 

(kiuntesd , 

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MONDAY NEXT-J. R. KKMBLE-S, Durieique, 

HENBY THE FIFTH in BLACK! 

The Hamxnaixi Baths. 



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. I l-t per cent, per month. No interest allowrd on Daily Deposits subject to coll or check, 
liroctops or this Baok are all will known hbslnesa Tan of this city, and as such give to all customeri or depositors a guarantee of fair and liberal dealing. ^ , 

riptlon Becks for a lln Ited number of shares at tlO per share, are now open at tiie COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK, Northesst Ooruor Post and Kearny streela. 
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t. Week Month. TweotyUve and flft» 
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■salt 



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PnbUibed Enrr t»r In the Tear, br 

iSi MEKCUAKT STKEET. 

Salo- MtHitiomarr Sm Fr»nci»oo 

MONDAY JUNK 5 

rti'nno omnioN or th« aixantio and 

AOinC Tn.WiBAFII CO.. 507 CALiyOHNIA 8T. 

New York, June 5. 1876 
Opened •* "•* 

II A. JI liS-l* 

CtM«Ml '2 »•■« 

KOWI'A OKKIXAUTT. 

"The first appearance of Siffnor Rossi" 
•ays a writer iu the Baltimore Bullflin, 
"attracted to Prury Lane Theatre a large 
gathering of thuse who are now beginning 
to seek from foreign source* new illustra- 
tions of Englixh art. News concerning 
Signer Roi<8i's talents and bis successes 
had preceded him from Paris, beyond 
which city English curiosity, so far as re- 
gards histrionical matters, seldom travels. 
The fame obtained by Signor Salvini, 
moreover, during hu brief but triumphant 
residence in England, bad further stimu- 
lated public interest, and the desire to be 
present at the advent «f the new actor was 
sufficient to fill the house throughout its 
ample dimensions. A certain measure of 
disappointment awaited, however, the 
Tisitor at the outset True to his promise, 
Signor Rossi appeared. He essayed gal- 
lantly the part of Uamlet announced for 
hii debut, and he proceeded to the end 
with a performance that is likely to breed 
hot dispute and call forth very conflicting 
criticisms. His voice influenced by a cuid 
had all but disappeared, and an apology 
from the stage had to bo proffered for an 
incapacity which was but too painfully 
obvious. A performance which takes place 
under suoh conditions can scarcely challenge 
exbaastive criticism. So much, moreover 
is there that is new in Biguor Rossi's 
method, thatit is not easy at first to arrive at 
a candid and accurate estimate of its value. 
Two things, or even three, were visible 
from the first. The actor was seen from 
the moment be appeared to be the possessor 
of great powers, to be natural in style, 
prone to the employment of more gesticu- 
lation than is custumary in English art, 
and to be disposed to use freely the great 
power of facial play he obviously possessed. 
It was next seen that the drama, divided 
into six acts, and played with a delibera- 
tion that appears excessive, even beside 
recent performances that are easily recalled, 
would prove far too long for the patience 
of the average playgoer, and it was, laiitly, 
proved that such innovations in text and 
treatment as are introduced will require no 
ordinary amount of authority and talent 
on the part of the exponent to obtain a 
hold in England. Englishmen have shown 
themselves tolerant of very free treatment 
of their natural poet, whom artists— Ger- 
man, French, Italian and English—have 
dressed and travestied according to their 
tastes. None, however, have departed 
farther from tradition than Signor Rossi, 
sora* of whose scenes are the most strik- 
ingly nevsl that have yet been placed 
before English eyes. Neither the famous 
■cene in "Othello," in which the Moor 
forces lago to the ground and prepares to 
stamp upon him or to kick his head to 
pieces, or that in which he hacks and hews 
with a scimitar at his own neck, is so com- 
plete a violation of precedent as is the 
manner in which Hamlet slays Claudiua. 
After seeing his mother fall, and learning 
from Laertes that the King is the cause of 
her approaching death and his own, Ham- 
let, shortening to a dagger the foil he 
wields, rushes upon the King and 
plunges it fiercely into his bosom. Seizing 
then upon the beaker containing the pois- 
oned wine, be forces it between the teeth 
of the King, thrusts back his head, and 
compels him to swallow the whole of the 
contents. This is a specimen of the kind 
of realism characteristic of Italian art, and 
slowly winning its way in France and in 
England. It was received with loud ex. 
pressions of dissent, but with marks of en- 
thusiasm even more louder and more en- 
daring. Other scenes were scarcely less 
daring. In the scene of the Queen's cham- 
ber, upon the appearance of the Ghost, 
Hamlet seems inclined to hide behind the 
furniture. Subsetinently he seizes upon 
the portrait of Claudius in the hands of the 
Queen, and by absolute force wrests it 
from her. He then throws it upon the 
ground and tramples upon it. After rush- 
ing to the throne the King has hastily va- 
cated, Signor Rossi lifts his feet from the 
grour.l.and sits with his four limbs wavin" 
like the wheels of a mill. As yet we pro" 
nouncp 10 judgment upon these eccentrici- 
ties. .» merits of Signor Rossis acting 
cannot be judged by kindred extravagances 
and thine brightly through all obstacles." 
It IS but just to reserve a judgment until 
1 'a method and his conception are more 
plainly evinced. That we have in him a 
great, . orful and original actor will not 
long be contested at all. That he will 
throw much li^htiipon the characters En^-- 



8TRAT HITS A .\P STOLEN BITS. 

Spell bound— stuck on a word at the 
spelling match. 

A first and second bass are wanted fer 
a bawl club. 

A train was carrying a clergyman and 
five or six youths, who kept scoffing at re- 
ligion and telling disagreeable stories. The 
good man enduied it all, sianply remarking 
as he got out: "We shall meet again, my 
children." "Why shall we meet again?'' 
said the loader of the band. "Because I 
am a prison chaplain," was the reply." 

Tlie manner in which William Penn ob- 
tained land from the Indian bureau is 
about to be investigated. 

"An old Boarding-house Mystery,'" is 
the title of an article in a New York 
daily. It must mean hash. That is the 
oldest boarding-bouse mystery we ever 
read of. 

"Can you see me, dearest?" said a Chi- 
cago man to his dying wife. "Tell me, 
can you see me?" "No she faintly whis- 
pered, "but I can smell your breath." 

Tom Moore compared love to a potato, 
"because it shoots from the eyes." "Or 
rather," exclaimed Byron, "because it be- 
comes all the less by paring." 

Just the thing for inquisitive people — a 
"How so ?"-ing machine. 

An Irishman being asked why he left 
his country for America, replied," "It 
wasn't for want ; I had plenty of that at 
home." 

The Chicago Times is authority for the 
statement that a pair of Indiana twins 
each fifty years old, wish to pas: them- 
selves o£F for a centenarian. 
Criterion ursK-r saloon. -.ilO Kearny St. 
The handsomeet Oyster Palace, — 
Roam all Frisco where you will, 
Is the rcnown'd CKnsRiON,' 

Kept liy EuBRSO.x Corvilli ! 
He's the Oyster King of Frisco, 
BivcUix-CoTUiU from the East, 
210 on Kcamy Street, 

Where all can obtain a feast 
0< delicate Eastern Oysters, 

Or of California's best, 
Dress'd in any and ev'ry sty'e, 

That's in vo^oie from East to West, 
All the Oyster-eating pu<)lii; 

Protest, without a ijuarrcl. 
That for Freghfst, Choicest Oysters, 

Corville can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, for Privacy and Comfort 

All his Ladt Fatro.ns tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as welt 1 
So cosy, cheerful, elegant! 

You're enchanted at a Klance 
With Corvillk'b orrat CritbriO!) 

It is th-; Ilouac Par Excellbnck ! ! ! 
Claios, LobstCTS and Crabs the freshest 

lo the City yon get there ; 
With Guinness* Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "Bass's Kilter Beer !" 
Sparkling Champagne and finest Wines, 

Imported by him express, 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoiseius all confess ! 
If, Header, you like sweet Oysters,— 
Vour pleasiu-e to make complete, 
Oo to 
EMER-SOX CORVILi.E'S CRITERION, 
The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 

Tasteless Medicines. 

C-aslor Oil and many other nauseous medicines, 
ran be taken easily and safely in Duodas Dick & 
Co.'s Soft Capsules. No taste; no smell. Sold 
by your druggist. .Ask him (or our little book. 

Palmer's have received a new siipply of adies 
and children's underwcai — very cheap — 726 to 734 
Market street. 



Cloaks, Sacques, Lace Cape and Bonnets, etc., 
just receivrti at Palmer's, 7-iG to 734 Market St. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



■\;va-xi.-to<a.. 



A PARTIffSRy 

With some ctpiial, to take a baU-mterest in the 

8 A. X Z U >X A. 

ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE, 

To Travel Throacli Knrope; a Rare 

chaoce for a person who Ukea trareling and to 
make money sure and auick. Apply in persmi to 

cha.rl.e:s i>c:x{jm[e:i{ 

Proprietor and Manager, 

At the Humboldt notel. Fifteenth street, between 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'clock in the 
afternoon. Prinoipals only need apply. je3-tf 



MAVONIC TEXPLE B.4THS 

NO. 10 PO.^T 8T , SAN FR.\NCIS0O. 

Vapor, Hot Air, Steam, Electrical. 

Chemical. Huliiliur, Mercurial, Acid. Artificial Sea 
and other Baths, (or the preserration of Health 
and Cure of luvalids. 

OXYGEN INHALATIONS. - For Catarrh, 
Throat, Lung. KerTo'in and Mental Diseases. 

"SOLAR UAY SUIUJKRY. '-Removes Birth 
Marks, India Ink, Moles, Abnormal Growths and 
dlscnloratiuns. 

Dr. BROWNS REMEDY FOR CANCER.- 
Prompt. efliaent, and almost painless. The most 
dosperate cases are invited. No Pay retiuired until 
a cure is elTooted. 

DR. D. O. and MRS. MOORF.. 

my1»-3m • 10 Post Street. 



^ 



IF YOU 



Oysters and Fish 

Cooked in good style, try the Oyster 

and Chop House 

S. E. Comer LeldesdorlT anrt Clar St«., 

formerly known as FRANK JOHNSON'S. Tne 

l^rivate Rooms have been elegantly fitted up and 

thoroughly renovated. Open from 6 A. M. to 2 A. M. 

LtNDBEKtt A I.AR8KN, PruprletorH. 

je3-2w* 



JAW. G. sTKItiLt: ^fc. Co. 

CHEMISTS AND APOTHECARIES 

Have remoTrd from itaeir Old .mand to 

tbelr new S)t<ire, 316 Kearny street, 

BETWEEN PINE AND BtJSH, 

Their attention will be devoted to keeping at all 
times, the vabietv necessary Vo a First-Class Drug 
Store. J.A8. G. STEELE & CO . 

fell-tf Chemists and Apotheearies, 316 Kearny St. 



For Hale by the nnilrrslcnrd, SO Snlts 

ARMOR, comprising Helmets, Breistplates. Lam- 
berqnins. Wristle's. Am. let* Tights. Sandals, Til- 



Maguire's New Theatre, 

BUSH STREET, 

A. D, ROBERTS Leasee and Manager 

NewYork^Sensation 

Monday Evening, June 5 
MATT MOiRGAN'S 

GttA.TSJ> 

Art Exhibition I 

CLASSIC STATUARY 



,0F. 



Historical & IV^ythoiogical 

TABLEAUX. 
35" X »^ «3C?» ^5? 

BEAUnFUL 

Young Ladies 

AND 

A Talented & Selected Troupe 



.OF. 



Specialty Stars ! 



Box Offi ce now open for sa e of Seats, 
jel-tf 



Wade's Opera House. 

CIPRICO'S FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. 
GREAT PAKI.SIAN )^l'€CE!»g ! 

Fates <£ Furies. 

Tlirllllug Scniiutloual Drama. 

je3-lw 



HKA. BA1H.IJSG. 

Long Bridge Swimmiug Baths 

I«rOT7«7'_03E»BKr. 

Persons can here enjoy tb? benefits of SEA 
B.-VTHING. without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dangeious currents. 

my27-t} A. TRU WORTHY, Manager. 



NOTICE 

TO PHISICIANS & OTHERS 



At a Meeting of tfae Board of Health, 

held on the 2Gth of May, A. D. 1876, it was ordered 
that the following sections of chapter It of the 
General Orders of the Board of Supervisors be pub- 
lished in the daily newspapers : 

[Reports of rbj-Nlclans.] 

Sso. 5. It shall be the duty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Health 
Othcer in writing, every patient he shall have labor- 
ing under Asiatic cholera or smallpox immediately 
after he shall be satisfied of the nature of *he dia- 
ease imoiedfately after it shall have occurred. 
[Reports of IIonKeholclers] 

Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of every house- 
holder in this city and county to report, in writing, 
to the Health Officer, immediately, the name of 
every person boarding at liis ef her house, whom he 
or sbe shall, have reason to believe to be sick of 
choleral or smaUpox, and any deaths oociurmg at 
k is or her house from such disease. 

[Persons Infeeted with Smallpox.} 

Sec. 9. No person attending upon or otherwis 
coming in contact with any person a£Fected with 
smallpox in such a manner or to such an extent as 
to render hira liable to commntiicat« the disease, 
shall go upon any public street or in any way mingle 
with people not affected vith the disease. 
[ProhibltluK lUc Removal of Quaran- 
tine Flaen.j 

Skc. 29. No i>eri*on shall remove a yellow or 
quarantine flag or placard from any buildin^; where 
the said flag or placard shall have been placed by 
the Health Officer or his deputies, without the per- 
mission of eaid Health Othcer or his deputies. 
my29 



REftDYINJ^EWEEK. 

Bishop's Directory 

For 1876 

.'Will be ready for delivery In 0\f: 

■WEEK, orntaining 1,600 pases and over 100,000 
Names. PRICK ONLY THREE DOLLAIW. A 
thorough and speedy canTass— fresh from the field 
not seven montbs old as usual with Directoricfi 
heretofore publifihed in 8au Francisco— but issued 
in a few days from the final eompletion of the can- 
vass—containing all new arrivala. changes, etc. up 
to dat«— making it truly A DIRECTOR'^ FOR 
1»76! 

KE.WE.WBEK TBE PIUCE IS 

ONLY THREE DOLLAR-S, 



my23-6t 



B. C. VAKDALL. Pabllsher. 



Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To be had In all »>toreit and SaloonN, 

Manufactured by DENICKK BR .THER.S at the 
WHITE MAN'S CIGAK FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23-tf 

Prepare for your Centennial trip by laying in 
a supply of "Standard" Shirts. i 



CHEYENNE OPllRA HOUSE, 

By the Night or Week, or will make 

satiafactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa- 
nies on Bharing terms. For particalars, addreaa 
J. MoDANIEL, 



To 3P"a-ixi.ill4 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suflfering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail thcra- 
sclvus of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suffering humanity. 

Dr. Spinney will Guarantee to 
1? orfeit $500 

For every case of serainal wttatme^, or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which he undertal^ee 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, say to the 
unfortunate sufferer who may ruad this notice, that 
you are treadiu^^ uiK>n dangerous ground when yoa 
longer delai' in seeking the proper remedy for your 
oomp)aint. You may be in the first stage, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If v &u are bor- 
dering upon the last, #nd are eufferO z some or all 
of its ill effects, remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come when 
the moat skillful ph>-slcian can render you no aa- 
siRtanoe; when tne door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy cai. bring you 
reUef. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work its^f upon your im- 
agination, but avful yourself of the benedolal re- 
sults of hla treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are uiAny of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are tj-oubled with two frequent evacuation of tbe 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation and weakening the system In a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
cautte. which is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ne«B. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure iu all 
such cases, and a healthy restoration of the gcoito- 
urlnary organs. 

All Letters and ConunnnlcaUoBS Strict* 
ly Confidential. 

Consultations Free— Cbarice^ Moderate* 
Office lioors from 10 to 4 and T to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRESS. 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Franelsoo. 




FREE AND EASY. 




•«« Btissioir aTSKKT, 

Near Saooixl, 

TKO«. fVlXiO. CfaatraaA, 

DntU Fitrthar Hotto*. 

A tfae test SoDgB next Saturday Night. 
EAeUES A WILD. 




McDANIBL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open Xovember int. Variety Tal- 

exA going East or West; wishing engagements, wfl 
find it to their advaiKaee to address, stating term " 
and sendinjf Photogrthpn. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
oo35t CHEYENNE. W 



The Mlanly Art 



SZIXaZ* - XSSS" £3 3Nr O X!' 



Private Lessons Given Ip Boxing! 

BY 

PROF. TOM McALPINE, 

Ex-Champion ol the .Uiadle-Wclghls. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive inetniction at their 
rooms or reaidenoes, if desirable. aplS-tf 

Cards. Cards, Cards. 

50 of ihc Neatest VlSITI\fi CABOS you 

ever saw. with your namebeautifuUy printed on them 
sent by return mail upon receipt of 4U cts and ;ic 
stamp (or its e^iuivalaut in postage stamps.) Ln- 
dlfsaiKl tsTiits now is your time. Samples of 
our Jffstyles of printing and a hst of our 70 kinds 
of cards, 100 styles in all oombined. Agents price 
list, etc.. seut with each new lot. no two alike and 
the latest stylo. Address all orders to DeFOR- 
REST & QASKILL. 8gH Broadway. Oakland mr2 7 

.^. ^ XT ZZ X< lES fL, 

DEtlOCil^T AWD CHEniST. 

SOLE AGENT OF 

Ricord's Specific & Velpeau's 

3VE ISX3XCX r<jzi es . 

1330 Dnpont Street, between Tallejo 
and Creeu. apl4-lm 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and cost« less than half as 
much as ordinary Soap. 

For Bale bj all DrnKclsts and Grocers. 

VENTURA ROCE SOAP COMPANY. 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Biding Academy, 



LITERY 8TAB1E. 

A splendid stock of Horses. 
Pbntons, Saddle Horses, to let 




T^BLEWiiRE AND ALL GO 

From which the Silver is worn, replated 
most durable manner, at the Sam Fra 
Gold asv Silver I'latino Works, 

Nos. 653 and 655 Mission St 

Between New Montgomery aad Third I 

A Fine Stock of Tablew 

For Sale at the Lowest Bates. 
E. «. DEN.^UTON rroir 



YOUR SPIRr 



Frlrnds Can be Seen bj Attendli 

Seances of the GREATFSr MATERIAL 
MEDIUM in the world. 

MRS. C. M. $AWYI 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW HAN 
FACES IN THE LIGHT. SO AS TO BE R 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEN. 



Honest investigators call and see for thei 
every evening except Monday and Thoiaday 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 15 
street near Market. Seajices begin at 71 o'l 

FOR A GOOD 5 CBNT GLAS! 

BEER. ALE OR PORTER, 




sw 

MARKET &3??S'r 

TTlnes, Liqnorx and Cigars of tb 
Qaallty. 

ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTiT 

DIRECTED BT.... 

Prof. D.^peran: 

Lessons on tbe Piano and In Sis 
1800 STOt^KTON STKEET, 8. I 



(^^ OYSTER HOUSE | 

HABKET STREET ABOVE PO 

The best Oysters. Chops, Roast* and G 

the marilet. Private appartmenta for FamU 

Ladles. Family orders delivered to reaiden 

of eitra charge. Open all night. 
fe21-tf A 8. SMITH, Propr 

CLAY-STREET 

KIDI.\« ACADEMY, 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is th" most elegant 
and commodious Riding ^=^ 
Acadeniy in tbe city ; open 
day and evening. Particu- 
lar attention paid to teaching hegifmers* 

seM A MARSHALL, opi 




SILVER & FABENS, 

Designers and Engravers on \ 

537 Clay St., (Sterett's PrinUnc M 

BUILDINOS, LETTEIVHEADS, MOJfOa 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, Et< 

Plain, or in a Variety of Col 

fell-lm 




Flrfit-Clans nENTISTRT for leaa ■ 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at cemer 
ket and Stockton than an first-claas Denta 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain by 
of Gaa. OflQce open Sundays. 
feS-3m COCHRANE k RIOHMi 



ONE MILLION 
Tra,caLo X>olla 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOODS, 

726, 728, 730 and 733 
IVXA.x-^.ot Sllx-oet 



Advetlsers. Take Not 

I am distrlbntlnR Cardit. Clrc 

Handbills, etc.. on the route between here a 
ramento — both by the Vallejo and Ktockton 
including all way towns, and am prepared 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter o 
routes. Orders soliciftd. Terms moderab 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American E: 
Hotel. Sansome street. N. B.— I can refer 
mission to the proprietors of the Ameri( 
change H otel and the Publisher of Fioako 
manner in which I do their work. 



Wood's opera Hou 

1,08 AKdELEB, CALA. 



A. G. RYAN ft CO. 
COL J. H. WOOD.. 



Pro 

..BosiBess A 



Thin Kew Theatre 

about May 15th, as a first 
Heating capacity, 700; atage, 
Btape of any theatre in the t 
Kalleriea. Wanted, at all ti 
People, also an A No. 1 St 
tbe yoar round. Address 



will o|>en 

class Variety 1 
3Sx40 feet— the 
ity. with back a 
mes. tirst class 
age Manati^r. C 
COL. J. H. 



SKA-JttJBY'aS 

:RBA SANTA 

TROCHES 

'en^hen the Voic e and 
Relieve Cough. 

M. SEARBY, DRUGGIST. 

69 Market St. 

osite Bildwin'B Theatre' also, 
orner Folaom and Fifth Sts. 




'Here, Th«re and Kverywhere.' 



EatablialiAd 1866 



SAW FRAHOISOO, MONDAY JUNE 5, l>fl6 



■ADE'SOPEHA HOUSE 

Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 

[IICK W. BERT Lksskk and Maxaobr 

EV ENING^------ •_•• "JP^,^ J^ 

GREAT SUCCESS OF THE YOUNG E.VGLISH TKAOEDIAX, 

[HSO. 1=1.1 C31-3MOILI 13 

IN UIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OF 



Or, The Battle of Agincourt. 

HENRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

or <;ios4er i brothers to the! , Mr. Fraicr 

of Bedrurd i King I Hr. lorolon 

Jl" Kxcler Bnclelo Ibc King J. II. »lns«H 

>f V<>rk Cousin to the Klne Mr. llcrbcrl 

rSnlUbary *V•J^f.';•'* 

' Wcslmi.reland.. .-*• >*Uke» 

' W II r w i <• k .W r . M o rl « y 

(shop ol' Cantei bury Mr. .Mcndo wu 

lol Kly '••■• soron 

JmaLeray..........! *"« ^"^- I Mr. Dalton 

.man Brpii.gi.am \q^ i„ Kingi ::::;;;i,f -i^i^sift 

>n Wm. Srallea 

C. Leyton 

1 ' ...» I. Paul 

Soldiers in King Henry's Armyl Chas. Ilovre 

mg..,! I C. Morelll 

ger , Mr. tiol<Uh>¥alte 

I Formerly Servants to FaJstaff, I tJeorue Ctoghtll 

Ipb Now Soldiers in King I Wiu. 8iiiin<s 

I Henry's Army. 1 John Jack 

..Scryant to the above Wigs Cierilo tranvllle 

lid Mr. Merton 

sador, from Thas. ¥1 Mr. Sears 

B%l Kiiic Of France Chas. Allen 

the Uiiuphin.... E. J. Bnchlcy 

if Barfiu.Kly Mr. Radnor 

>t Urirans W. W. hhair 

of Bourbon Mr. Ralloiton 

ch foldter Mons. .4. Maynard 

n»tuble ot France H. .M. Brown 

ires I x-™»K T^~i. I Mf' Blackbnrn 

"re I ^"°<=1> Lords | „r, Mowbray 

lor of Harflenr C. Calloway 

jor a French Herald Cha< Edmonds 

shop of Bourses .Mr. Bertram 

R» Katherlne Mis* Mary lonnc 

Uulckly (Pistol's wife) a Hostess 

.Mrs. Chas. Edmonds 

...(knceu of France Mrs. Morion Bush 

ir as Chorus Miss .4nnle Flrn.ln 

..a lady atteudunt upon the Princess Katherlne 

Miss .4my Rlllott 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 




A 
T 



M 



H 



««^B^ S 

... roK A.... 

STYLISH HAT 



o«t ■» of Ik* n.» 

OiUs: 



Market Street, between Stockton and Powell. 



THOS. MAOUIRE.. 



.PROrsIKTOS 



MR. THOMAS MAGUIRE bas the honor to announc. »l>at he h»e cnUr.d 

into arrunjfeoients wit* J4R. MADKICK STRAKOSCir 

(or a scries u( GRAND 



..WITH.. 



>ltome ol !»cenee», JtC-vents. As-to, 



l-The Throne Room. Seene 2— EA8T0HEAP, LONDON, 
of the Boar's Head. Scene 3- The Beach at Southamptont The En- 
et at Anchor. 

I— FRANCE. Scene 1— A Roum in the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
Inglish Entrenchments at Harflenr. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 
«. Soene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUE ! At the Breach ! Signs of a 
onflict. Scene 5— The French Palace at Rouen. A View in Picardy. 
II. Scene 1— The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night.) 
n the English Line. (Night ) 3— The Dauphin's Tent. 4— The En- 
litinn at Aginconrt. 5— Part of the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU. 
L^LE OF AGINCOURIJ. 8-The Plains of Agincourt. 8— After 

V*-Scene I— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 
at. 

r— FR.4NCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. 2— A View 

s from the Bridge. 3-INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 

Coremonyof theEsponsal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherine 

Ltinee on VITednesday. 



hitroUucing the Celchcated Prima Dotuia from Her Maji sty's Opera, (Lon- 
don), the Italian Opera House (Parish, and the Academy 
of HuBic (New York), 

MLLIT. ANNA DE 

BELOCCA!! 

Assisted by the Eminent Tonng Daritonc, 

1^1=1.- TOM I5L-A.n.Ij, 

Ami the Famous Young Baritone, 
The whole under the Direction of 

MR. MAURICE 8TRAK08CH, 

Who will preside at the Piano-Forte. 

'V^X.^i Z*XX«.ei1* O O Z^ O ElJEl. •x> 

WILL TAKE PLACE 

Wednesday Evening, June 7th, 

With the following carefully selected Programme : 

1-Arla fFom "II Barbiere de Sevlglla," "Una Voce Poco 

**»" Bosslnl 

9— Serenade In French Gonaod 

3-"Ken»»»t da tias Land, "IVo die citro-uen blNhen" 

4— ''Good Night and Pleosont Dreams," (Ballad).... (..^ Wallace 
S— Bcladlsl from "Lnci ceIs Borela" 

nvcir. nyonrk is.a,n. 

1— Aria from "Faust" Gounod 

«-En glish Ballad 

Sis- T'a.sli«.r>ieti*«„ 

1— Komanza from "Don Carlos*' Vejisll 

i -Arht from "11 Trovatore" Verdi 

SCALE OP PRICES. 

I>res8 Clrcle> Orchestra and Balcony Si so 

Beserved Ideals Fifty Cents Extra. 

Gallery 50 cents 

Private Boxes, $10 and $20, accordlne to location. 
Box Office Op*n Daily. 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

T ma?^mV* ^'"'^ between Stockton and ro*,ai. 

The M.„H-om.nt ha, .h. honor u, .„o..unc. «i .n^ ^m.„, ...h ,K« 
r<no»T»«d Inipmiario, 

MAURIGi: STRAKOSCH 

......or Tut...._ 

OPERA GOUPANT 



For the AppMrsscc of ths C«l*bratnl Prias 



Doaa^ 



Mile. Anne de Belocca 



The Fftmcut Tcaor, 



The InimiUblf BftiitoiM, 

Signor TAGLIAPIETRA 

Under the pcrvMial dlsKibo nf 

MAURICE STRAKOSCH 



In a Series rf 



Grand Operatic Concerts 

POsmVBLT 

Limited to Six in Number! 

COmiKNaNO ON 

Wedne^sday^ Jene 7tli 

Due Notice will be (riven ot the Sale of S«*U, ttc«l« M Prtm, ttr 



[ace Opera House. 

ler New Montgomery and Mission Sts. 

S3R..C0L. WILSON I Assistant.. J. GRIFFFNSON 

Unaoer MATT KELLY 

OP OaCHESTRA JOB. GREEN 



EVENING -...-JUNE 5 



IMMENSE SUCCESS OF 

Mammoth Company ! 

FIRST APPEARANCE OF 

ae ^oottieli Chaiup^on, 

RTHWICK REIP, 

Programme for this Evening, 

E AND FEMALE DBA.'WING-ROOH 
aiNSTREI. ENT£»ITAINMENT. 

I Jak« Wali,a(;f, I Interlocutor Matt Kelly 

Tam bonne Chbisty. 

Grand Finale— 

rhe M.ullisra.n Gruards. 
Xxxi ex-l-u.c3.e« 

THE PBI^CE SATZUMA 

al Japanese Troupe ! 

tOWTHwirCK"KEIO 

World-Kenowned Chamoloo Exorcises. 

and Dance... .Miss Lulu Wilson 

DOUBZ.E TRAFGZE ACT— 
ine and Greorce X^uproll. 

>lahan Musketeers 

And Murphy 




Grand Reopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



L?.. •**»"»«»• . .. JOSEPHINE A N DERSOIV 
'J,"'-'*. JAKE WALLACE 

.*'L,/"t*'"'*"*^'' **'*"'»*'*-'-" * l>C«WOW 
L WU.VItKKH IIVIMtV CAIfSLAWU 

HOUR DRAMA. 

Condon And Harry Tbompion 



Maynard & Jones 

HAVE REOPENED THEIR 

Magniilcet Shoe Parlor 1 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



"Sqvt Ol3rmpic Variety 

Sontheast Corner Third and Mlsaion Streets. 

J. HARRINGTON _ Propristor 

Joii.vNv TuERs Stage Manager 

Ihadore Fra.«ir Musical Director 

Randolph Dixon , Boenlc Artlat 

REAPPEARANCE OF 

MORRIS VIEImSJJ^ 

THE CHAMPION CL^XJ DAVCIUt 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. W. oomor Kearny and Pine strc>«ia. 

JIM HOCKlNd k OEORUK VyT' ^■- i > •■ i i-l^'B* 

FRJINK MoBTIMOKt " -».» 

K.HchmMH....MilB*al DtowMr > <i ■ ■' 



IMMrS'.r SI 



First Airpeamnce of 

THE CHARACTiiR ARTJflTS - 

Rodgers and yVilson 

THIS jBVENIWG ■■:■;■»■•; •;■ ..■■ ■ JUNE i 

Curtain Rieca at 8 o'clock 15 minuUs. 

In which the Olympic SUtfo will he SEATED TO ITS 

UTMOST CAPACITY. 

Grand VTalk-Aronnd by all Ibr Dancer* In Town. 



OTerlnre 

Mi.SM LIBIA LIVIKUHTO^i 



Orrlir«lra 



pipe. 



Miss Lulu Wilson 



.John Condon 

IN UI8 SPECIALTIES. 



To conclude w ilh THE 

I*rince »^atznma. 

il JapaneQe Troupe ! 

IntrodncluE AH the Members. 



SCALE OF PRICES. 
rele......»l OO | Orchestra Cbalnw no eento 

le 25 cenuUhll.lwin ~.a5 crnls 



Sole Agents for the LILY YOUNG, PRATT & 
BRACKKrS Cclobratod 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Oenulne except stamped with our Trade Hark; Bole 
AKonts for SAMUEL DUNBAR & CO'S. Fino Uiasea' and 
Children's Shoes, and GRAY BROS. Extra-Fine LMlles* and 
Hisses' New Yark Shoos. The largest and flnost stock of 



jaiD'^p^xv>r o. 



tXT£l.'X"fil 



itee Saturday at 8 Jt». M. 



LADIES' and HISSES' SHOES in the City. Sverr pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 



(SUCCESSORS TO BEERS & UATNAP.D.) 

Koarny St eot, on« I>oor from Bnali Stroet 



In His < hamptojijl j«>»; ._ ^,^ 

Oxxx- Ooorem« 

Jim and Jack Rag. 



_ In Local l*ongs_of tfce Pay. 

HlBhlamrPlinB ' ".T.T tMlaB.loa 

i»onB and Uanoe y-::^--:.j^ ■.^■_x; i'.;^' u .,!: ' 

"Over the Hills to tbo Poor-Houso ^ 

Four O'clock Train. 

Howard i:^j^3i:j.:^^-^^-_ ^■-■-■- "f** 

Billy -^TVest! 

Tbr Cbamploa Bon«« Pla*er. 

Ji<;'"r7~~' 

OdU «r.OR«;IA... 
Lydin LlTloi!i>loa. 



THE 113 aiE GENERAL! 



Tho Pwiiiniia.M win OnaaaMM* with • 

Firm Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

nmshln* with Um n.AXTATIOlf WALK AEOCKO. 



Mrdlry OTertar*.... 



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AIVDT HAIVDT. 

Charltf V k.n r J- . I- 



Baalo Kolo 



LITTIiE GENKRAM 



(IMIIilt HKhrRsO^ 
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Senate ■ • 
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- and his Bnnjo 

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HE WOULD be an ACTOR; 

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PIrolo talo "l*. rmmrtttn' PolfeA • 

Sobs a»* Dane* — Ja fc""' ^ ■■■• 

BaB4 r»»r»u 



Dutch 



WnRBIH WRlCli 

. LAWBP.^iB rnrt«.i 

.As tbr Belle of l*e Ball 



1A«kKB «IBL 

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T7I3%^ 13 TX. 



Intelligcnoo Offloo. 



The Tmro Comiques. 



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:7bO(.EBS and WILMO« 

Orcbraira ; 

Now ronj«« the Rnr.l 

Frailly. Cbe ll.-ii. ^» ''■■ ' i ■ 'i' '■■rriniloa 

Mr. Ladoc 1 "f J"*' 

Janiljo .. I.Kt.' • I - k_.. -r-... 

a bilUt to (io.,w ib.m up w^v|,.i^i^-l._ii_^. Jobaay_T«ers 

NOTE.- Par IM alt»n*lii« olhar »bowi will bars «!•• »• 
come and am Royal Can C'as. 




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■a Bell*. 



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PufaUahed Emr I>ft7 lo the Y^w, br 

AT 

■82 Merchant MrcrJ. bplow Monleomf rr 
San Franclncoi 

lar Dli«mrate<i Fr<>'< throughout the CTtf daily. 
HOUSK I'EUGEAMMK for th« (oUowinc pUcvn ol 

California Tbsatre: 
Wade's Opera House; 
Baldwin's Academy of Moslc; 
Hognlro's New Theatre; 
Magulro's Opera House: 
Piatt's Hall 
Buckley's Varieties; 
New Oly mpic Theatre; 

MONDAY JUNK 5 



Amusements, Etc. 

•PM-a Haiue. 

The citorgia MiuitreU concluded their setson 
btre lut nithc kDil Kill ihow at Redwood City U>- 
■Jf ht ThU sTcniuK EiaeiU/n and party open here 
iMTini their laic homa to N . D RoberU' Variety 
Troupe ThU week's bill of the California Hin- 
■treb will include a new act of Mcura. Coea asd 
Schoolcraft entitled "Muaio and Elocation" and 
the Kreal borletqno of " She Wa» Led Astray" 
"Hcurj the Flro" in black to-night. 

CaUfomla Tlirntrr. 

We liaro so lar cuLfully and eloaely followed np 
aad noticed- Bml, of the Diara«eri»l itru«gle for 
the flrit production of "Henry V.;" second, the 
jaaue resulting in the presentation of the Shakefl- 
iwarean spectacle in grand style on the boards of 
Wade's Opera House; third, the success of that 
presentation, and the various pofuta of splendcir 
Hiat have msrkcd It; and lastly, the starting and 
precrrsa of ttieJcrrett ft Palmer lifhtning train, 
which arrived hero ahead of time yestercay mora. 
iag at 15 1. H 

We have now to turn our attention for a short 
tioie to the California Theatre, and sec what prep. 
■ raWons the management have made towards their 
Jhare in the prcdiiction of this great drsma. The 
play, of course, will be presented at l>oUi boufiea in 
tllo Fame foim, diviafone and style, that at Wade's 
Ixiing a faithfnl crpy of the Booth's Ruccea^, whilst 
that at the California will be ariproductiou. Whilst 
Manager Ti rt reciired Ri£nold for the part of the 
young monareb, Hansger Jarrett has with him 
IJr. Fredc rick Thorn- to [ilay Fiui Hen, and Mr. C. 
B. I:itkop to play ristol. Iioth these gentlemen 
having made ^reat fuccciists in their respective 
parti. Then instead of Mr. Riguold, the California 
ctagc will be graced by Mr. Lawrence llarrett, who 
irhilst be lacks the iiu-hea of the stalwart Fng^ish- 
toan, is quite his match in tire and personal map- 
netisn'. The stsge at Wade's is the larger by some 
feet, but the managers of the Califoniia have the 
eiever tiick of ma'itng the most— and mrretoo-of 
tiitir ttpace. Voeftlin's scenery' is undoubtedly su- 
perb; ll.e Cats that Mr .laircit brings with him are 
the original paintings, and are said. to be tliorongh 
works of art In the matter of supernumerary aid 
•■d correct costume, there will, we think, be little 
to ehoese betwe*n the two, the California having 
a f nil choir of madrigal boys, who have been drlllod 
sod iutroeted with much patient labor. The 
vner at this thtatre moreover is as fine as that 
owmed by any management in the land,*and the 
ffcoce prrseotcd by htindreda of men clad in full 
suits of aiall cannot (ail to be Impoeing. 

Last night a complete rehearsal was beM, lasting 
from t«*i minutes to eight till pa«t midnight. Tlie 
driJIicg of the men was shown to have been most 
eflaiently done by Mr. Frank Little, the actors 
with btit two exceptions were perfect in the parts, 
same of the socnrry was condemned and will be 
reptaoed with new, the tableaux were given effect- 
ively, and everything bids fair for a successful 
presentation to-night 

Tt may not be generally known, and it certainly 
vrllt add to the interest of Mr. Barrett's perfcnn- 
aoee to-night, to know that it will be his first per 
frrmance of the churacter, snd that the rehearsal 
laFt iiirht wss (he firrt orportnnity be has bad of 
reprating I is linesin position and enrrounded by 
b's fellow actora Rivalry Is now in the field and 
"The rame's afoot." 

Waile'a nppra Ilnyiir. 

"Henry V was played lo a crowded houeo last 
xiUht. that making nine performances during the 
week beginning; on Monday night and ending last 
evening To^nfght the real stnigglo between the 
two Henrys begins and the interest apparently In 
tile plsy has snfTered no dimioulion, bnt rather 
auymeots daily. Kverylhing now works smoothly 
at this house and the performance Is over at the 
reasonable boar of a few minutes past eleven. 

Baldwin's AcadrmT of Mnitlc. 

On Wednesday night nest, Jane 7th, the first 
«|>eraUc concert will be given here by the principal 
BcniUrs of the Strakosch Opera Troupe, under 
t he direction of the enterprising Maurice himaelf. 
ni« artlsta are KIIcl Anna de Beloccs. tVe cele- 
brated Rrsa'sn prima dc i.ra ; Tom Karl, tenor; 
and Sirnor Taellaplelra, baritone. Tlie proframme 
lame well raictilslfd to diiplsy the talents of caoh 
performer and will tnehide a serenade of (;o^^nod'^ 
T«o »v<rs pcem fa.' the Frindisi from "l.ucrczia 
Dorg'a" by Pelocoa ; sn aria from "Faust," and on 
Fnglisli ballad by Tom Karl ; a Rrnianza from 
"Don Cs>1os"ardan aria from "Ii Trovatcre." by 
Eignor Tagliapletra. 

■■mlre'a Iftw Tbrairr. 
Tonifht, tVo Minstrel.i hftving movr^l acrov 
totheOprra Roure. a varirty troupe will open at 
this Theatre imder the irajisgeineiit of Mr N 
D. Roberts. The f-ntertainment will consist of a 
reproduction of Malt Moriran's Living Pictures 
vblch will be reyrescr.t<d 1 y fifty jTung Indies, a 
treatcT number of wbcm will crrae overland. The 
transported tronpe consists of forty-three people 
InrludU'g these wellknown Eastern taritty artists, 
JIIm Blanche Selwyn in her swell portraituree; 
Miss Nellie 6t .John, vocslist ;Sca»l< n and Cronin, 
lri>h impemnetoie ; tha Orrfn Faulty, (!yTnna.sls ; 
C*a«. VWaiv c^a^9cter vocalist; P Listan, "a 
mnsieal wonder ;" Baby MeDrnald, child special- 
M ; B«a GiUtSi. ralmk : Jas. McDonald ; akaU 
donoer; and th* Oawthorae chOdrcs, lightning 
■ketoli artists. The famons picture* to be repre- 
sented to ht will be, "Cleopatra before Ciesar,' 
-Ifce SU Market,- "The New Slave,'" '"The 
Clirtstlan Martyrs" and 'Tbe Temptatlao of St. 
Anthony." and 'TPhe Shower of Qold." 

BrckleT*! **m Tarlely Theatr*. 

i. fall TBr'ty bill here to-night presented by the 
■umerous oe of speojalty artists who nightly 

appear at thia forcrlte place of amtuemeut 

■•w Alrmple 'Variety Theatre. 



raluro Opeso llouHe. 

This plage of amusement opaned on Saturday 
night to a good house, Borthwick Reld makes his 
Ilrsl appearance here to-night, Pauline and George 
L'lproil gives a double trapeteaot and the Japcuuce 
Troupe appear. 

Hat**. „j „. 

By the next Australian steamer Edwin Adama 
saiU for the South Seas, under engayement to 
Messrs. hsuu and AUHoo ot Sydaaf tmA Ade- 
laide, 

The weekly theatrical revien of lb* CM u gen- 
erally enlivened by some quaintly-pointed epigr*- 
matie vena, yeaterday's being suiBcieotly bright 
and happy to bear reprinting : 

TUB OPPOSmSHS nSNRYS. 

"Once more unto the breach I' cried George 

To combatants inclined to tarry - 
And we to-morrow night will hear 

This speesh likewise from little Larry 
So, then, when George and Lawrence epeal. 

Or each bis seedy troops beseeches. 
They're sure to have threughout the week 

This fixed result -a pair of brcachea! 

Give the girls a chance ! All the pretty 
sixteen-year-old maidens are getting mad 
at seeing so much in the papers about the 
Women of Seventy-siic 

A man who was reprimanded by a di- 
rine for swearing, replied that he did not 
see any harm in it. "No harm in it," said 
minister ; "'Why don't you know the com- 
mandments, 'Swear, not at all?" "I do 
not swear at all," said the man; "I only 
swear at those who annoy me." 

hady Holland was rather fond of crowd 
ing her dinner table. Once, when the 
company was already tightly packed, an 
unexpected guest arrived, and she instantly 
gave her imperious order to Luttrell — 
generally most subsurvient to her ladyship's 
wishes— "Luttrell, make room. " It must 
certainly be made," be answered, "for it 
docs not exist 



■anasers 

Of Amtisements, Excmslons, Lectures, and 
Concerts, arc directed to the splendid Printug 
Eatablishment of B. F, Sterclt, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Franeisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of tiir.e. Also, Beau 
tiiul Pro?ramjno8, Tickets, etc., etc, printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Btcrett keeps con- 
B'antly on hand a fine line ot bright colored pa- 
pers of every sfa^e, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance of plain while 
paper. Streamers of various sixes, from Id to 42 
Irwh letters, in stock, ol all colors of paper and 
Ink. Tbcatro MaiULq^eis arc especially invited to 
»U for ealimatcs. This well-known Pnnting House 
was LStabasbed by tho prosoiit proprietor iu 1850 
and has been in suoceesful operation ever since. 
8-oJ 

The roUateral Loan auil havings Bai/k 
Coiupsny 

This day announce through the columns of 
Pl<»ARO. that a bank has be<-n opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearny streets for the purpose of 
making a specialty of Loaning Money en t)ollatoral 
Security, such as diamonds, nlh-cr plate, jewelry, 
etc., subject to tho legal rate of interest, namely, 
4 per cent, per month. Reference to the advertise- 
ment will satisfy every one that the Directory of the 
bank is composed of wealthy and well-known busi- 
ness men whoee names inspire cutitidence at a 
glance, and ar^ a guarontic th;it the affairs of tho 
Institution will bo conducted fairly and honorably. 
The bank Iti^clf is something that bas long been 
needed, and those who are unfortunate iu stocks 
etc., will now have a boute of refuge. w 

Diirry ap Those Butter takes. 

'Who bos not tried them? New York Butter 
Cakes and Ooffe for 10 cents, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster SalooiK &17 Califoniia ftreet, under CaMfor- 
nia Market. Open ail hours of the night and day. 
J. 11. Boms, Propciotor. * 



The original "Swain's Bakory* is now estsblisJied 

B their magaiflcent new place at 213 Sntter street 

ear Centre Uarket, and bos added a lunch room 

and ice cream saloon. This Is their only place of 

busines o 



Falmer Bros. 

Uavo the be4t assortment of Linen Suits in 
he city from $;).60 upwards. 

Da. CSAS. 0. CDoHKELL (late U. S. A.), office 
and residence b?5 Kearny street. Tile treatment 
of \^'omon and children a specialtv. s 

Fftsb and Swe«4. 

For the best conlectionery, go to Cantj 's, lor 
merly Canty d ft'atiier's, 107 Mont^omer)' St , 

Orders oome in frcm all quarters for the Stan- 
dard Shirts. The public appreciate them. i 

SplrltaaUzIng Seances. 

Ura C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at 7J o'clo ck. * 

Courage ! Don't despair when tho doctor says 
your luncs are dieca^ed. The worst caees given 
up as hopeless have b>en cured by Bale's tluney 
of Ilorehcnnd and Tar. Pike's Toothache Drops 
ciuc ID one siinute. 



Pine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Callender's, comer of Second and tIDsaion. A 
one assortment ol chains, jewobry, etc. Call and 
examine. l>-y 

Wade's 0|>cra Umue. 

The best of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at 'Jie' foot of the stairs, in tho vestibule. * 

Why Bo Sherwood Bros. 

Groecia, 506 Market street, near Sansorae, sell more 
bntter than any other house In the city ? Because 
I 500 persons purchase meat in the same store daily, 
tn II about and buy butter at 10 to M cents per roU 
cheeper than else where. No won der. z> 

Palmer Bros. 

ScU tho Palmer two-button Eid Glova lor $1 tb 
a pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 

I>on*t Pay Fancy Prices 

By going to Montgomery or Kearny street to 
get your hate, when you can buy the very finest 
class of goods contiduratily cheaper than in either 
t.f these streets by calling at '-The" Hat Store, 
647 Washinfcton street, below Keamy, b«(.ides, 
having a spVndid and cximplcte assortment to 
choose from. This is a positive fact, sod everyone 
is sure to be pleased 11 they con at the above 
piace. ■ 

Do Net Salter from Coras. 

The unfortunate suflereis trom Corns, BmiOBS 
Qub and Ingrowing Nails, can find bstant reiiel 
by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowm^ InstMote, re- 
moved to i!07 Keamy street, between Suttsr and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 P. M. We ipeak trom ezperi. 
enoe, having tested the Doctor^ oapotiility. Bel. 
srenoe given if required. u 



The Ajatclope Oyster Hovse. 

Oar specialty, al\>-ays the best oysters in market 
served up in the best stylo ot cooking. Our 
Ikste m tiansplaiitod oysters excel any other in 
market. Establisl od in 18M. Ho. 612 Market 
sear Uontgomerr. s 

■ 

Wew Store ! New Coods I 

C Hermann, lor a Bomber of years with J. C, 
Meuasdorffer k Bro., has opened atNo, 4C« Keamy 
street, near Pino, with a sptcn^d stock of Hats 
and Caps. 'The finest goods at the lowest poe- 



<II;XI.4 HATTHKWS. 



Julia Matthews, the burlesque prima 
donna, died in St. Louis, on Friday, 19th 
of May, in the 32d year of her age. Miss 
Matthews was a remarkably talcntod act- 
ress in light ctiisedy, burlssiiUe, and opera 
bouffa, and a singor of brilliant capacities. 
She began her theatrisal career in London 
thence going to Australia, whither her pa 
rente emigrated wheashe was a mere child. 
Her precocity was there considered pro- 
digious. After arriving at womanhood, 
she returned to England and obtained an 
engagement at the Theatre Koyal, Covent 
Garden, making her debut as the original 
English representative of La Grand 
Duchesse. The praise this impersonation 
received prompted her to go on in this line, 
and iu several of the London theatres she 
created in English such parts as La Bslle 
Helene, Boulotte, Girofle-Girofla, and 
played a very long run as Mile. Lange in 
"Madame Angot." She also filled several 
brilliant provincial engagements, when last 
Summer she was secured as the prima 
donna of the Henderson and Colville Opera 
Bouffs party for America. Playing two 
farewell nights at the London Gaiety, she 
came to this country, and opened at Wal- 
lack's last August in a free adaptation of 
Offenbach's "Barbe Bleue," entitled "Bou 
lotte." Her artistic success was immediate, 
bnt from a variety of reasons the pecuni- 
ary results were not satisfactory. Miss 
Matthews was held to a certain extent re- 
sponsible by the management, because of 
frequent and x>ainful attacks of an old ail- 
ment —rheumatism, which detracted at 
times greatly from ber acting and singing. 
After playing several opera bouffe parts 
during an engagemeat of five weeks, the 
troupe went to Brooklyn, and subsequently 
to Philadelphia, where a sudden and more 
severe attack prostrated Miss Matthews 
for so long that Mr. Samuel Colville, feel- 
ing no security for the future, having been 
disappointed by Mr. Henderson's want of 
interest in the affair, and a loss of several 
thousand dollars, disbanded the company. 
Muss Matthews returned to N. Y. when she 
was engaged by Mr. J. Hart, for a season 
at the Kagle Theatre. She played there 
continuoiuly for several weeks in farces 
like "Perfection," and the "'Dead Shot," 
besides "GirofJe-Girofla." She also played 
a short eogagemeat at the Howard Athe- 
neum, Boston, coming back to Eagle. At 
the conclusion of her term hero, Miss 
Matthews, in conjunction with a Captain 
Jackson, formed an opera bouffe and bur- 
lesque party. This company travelled 
through the Canadas, the West, the South- 
west, and the South, with a Kuccess re- 
markable for so full a season, and was on 
its way home, when the final disaster oc- 
curred. Miss Matthews leaves a husband 
and four children in England, who will re- 
ceive a small amount of money, the result 
of the work of the past few years. 

SADDLE BOCK. 

Burcson C0Rviu,K Is the name 
That's Went with Eastern Oyster fame! 
ne i:aa the fiiieht ever bred. 
And newly taken fi-um the bed. 
Oysters stew'd, or Oytters rjaat. 
Curried or Fried, alikc's his boast ( 
To CoaviLLB'a famotis SaodLiB Rock, 
The fashion of all Frisco flock ! ! I 

At 415 PixB Street, mind, 

This T:oted rendezvous you'll find, 

Elroant I'RiVA'rs Reous are there 

To aocommodato his Patrons fair, 

^Vbo, as they tatte their O.vsters, smile 

And be;uu with pleasure all tho while. 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saddls Rocs. 

EiniRSON COKVTLLB is, to-dny, 

Largist Importer o« the Bay, 

Ami the wbolo trade upon the Slope, 

AJrart that none v^ith him can cope. 

Aad then for Clams,— soft or hard ebell,— 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now t^oDg the 

block 
Where stands the tunous Sasclb Rook. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest ot Wines and liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Ouinness Stoat, 
(The two liest lines, wttbmit a doubt.) 
Of bright Ch aupa^e the finest brana ; — 
Tea, OuQice and Chocolate always oa hand. 
Vlstt COKVi.'J.H's but once— at sill others 

yeu'll mock, — 
For there arc njne can compere with the 

Saddlb Bock! 

BuBRSCH Costillb's Saddlb Rook Otstsi Sauiob, 
11& Pine Street, oppoeite the ttarket. ck 

a 

Free Exhibition. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townsend's Candy 
Factory, Mo. 627 Market stroot, where you can 
earn bow candies are made. q 



When You 



HOC 



Every Qrst class dealer keep] the 
Shirts. 



'Standard' 



The Lndlri of San Francisco 

Will be gUd lo Icam of tho opening of flrst- 
riass offices at 6 4 Clay street, oppcsita Kobler, 
Chase & Co'a, where they can be supplied with 
B rst-claas Chtccse domestic servants at short no 
tice. We heartily recommend Messrs. KUng & 
Merrttt as gentlemen who will study in every way 
to please their customers. R 

the Crcen Koom. 

This popular reiort of the protestdon and al 
epiem'es who can appreoiatc good liqtwre and a 
good lunch, to direcuy opposite tbeCalHonila Tbe- 
atra It bas Just bees beaotiiuHy frescord and Is 
now a model ol taste and elegance. Everybody 
[oee to tba Qreen Room between the act& z 



Don't Help Pay other Pconle's Dohta, 

But go to the Vamlture and Deddtaig Store of 
J. A. Saber * Oo~, 707 Market stt-eet, nearThiid, 
andsave fully 25 percent, by baying of tKenv Tbeir 
saotto is : "Bay for cash, and sell for oash,* there- 
tore thev have no bad debts to make up out ol ex- 
tra Bvr«fii 

TrroleftB Coneert. 

Ateo other 



Standard 



TRADE 

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MARK. 

B\ja OAi^Ji ax HM MB 

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VOB SALB BT 



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Shirt! 

ALL DKAXERJ 

MANUFACTU 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACRAMENTO. 

This very desirable property Is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and la 80 
feet on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
alley in the rear. The Theatre ia a very good one, 
and ia well stockod with scenery and all the appli- 
ances neccaaary to the production of any ordinary 
play. Tho stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $600 and 8600 per 
month. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
atre and Btores liJte the building In question; but 
this desirable property can be boueht for $33,000 
casn. Parties wiahin;? to negotiate for the theatre 
can writs to W. K MOBROW. Sacramento. 

W. K. MORROW. 
For Rent,— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writiug to above a4dress. W K. 
MORROW. de24-tf 



8. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEftMERS. 

... A«I> TOB 

FULTON & GUEKMVILI^ B. B. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On and Bft<T Monday, May 39, I8J6, 

the Steamer JAMES »L DOiMAllUE. Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Green-street Wharf dally (Sun- 
days excepted) at 7 A. H. and 3 P. M., connecting 
at Donahue landing with the cars for Petaluma, 
CJoverdalo and way stations. Tho cars will leave 
Oloverdale dally ISondays excepted) at 8 A. m. and 
3J* p. «... connecting with steamtr at Donahue for 
.•ian Francisco. Oloae connections made at Pulton 
with tiio I^ulton and Gucrn»ille Road for Koebell's 
MilU and ricnio Gronnde and terminus of the loatl. 
Shortest and quickist route to tlie Oeyseni. Through 
from San Franciaco in Eevi-n hours. Cloae sta^e 
conuectiona made for Lltton's. Sba^ga' Mirk West. 
Santa Ilosa White Sulphur, BartlettB. Highland 
and Harben'3 Sjirlngs. Also. 'Jlriah. Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Boilca. Cnncan's Mills, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Mendocino, I'etrified Forest and Quictc- 
BilTcr Mines. 

SUNDAY EXOrRfllONa-The Steamer leaves 
Green-street wharf Sunday morning at 8 A. M. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for Clorerdale and 
ail stations oa the road. Returning, will arrive in 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:20 p. M. Excursion Tick- 
ets fiold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 A. m. to 4 p. M. 
P. DONAHDK. PtosWait 

A. A. BEAN, General Superintendent. 

F. H. UEiOIKS. Geii'i P. tt T. Ajrt 
General Office, 430 Montgomery street, Sss 
Franciaco. fe20-tf 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BAI£:8, BT 

B. F. STEEISTT, 

532 CLAT STBEBT. 



RUSS HOUSE SALOON. 

Ko. 213 Honteomcry Street, 

Ross House Block San Fraaeisoo 

R. B. STEWART, Proprietor. 
N. B,— Saloon open all nigbt. ap25-tf 

THE CAFE 0£S ARTISTES 

Corner of Bush and Dnpont 8ts., 

Under tho Poodle- Dog Restaarant. 

(Sumamed the Frcnoh Hercules), Proprietor. 
The Be.st QiinlKy or tVlncs, Uanors; 

and Cigars on h and Billiards. nolo 

Taylor & Im 

-,534-— 



BOOK & JOB 
PRINTERS 



COMMERCIAL 

HSAS UOifiaOHSB? 



aolS 



LINDSEY & DESTERREICHER. 

Beal Estate Ageots and Honse 
Brokers, 

I 339 KKARN'? STREET. 

'Will Uke fail charge of property for 

parties wishing to leire the State, and will gire 
bonds if required. By peruiiseion we refer to the 
following named frentlcmen : A* ,1. ItKYAMT, 
Mayor, W. P. Ill/MPH l:F.> l«. Surveyor; J. 
WII%LANi>, nrt-aor: JOU.S •'AL>i';i{T. 
Builder: FKAKH KAliCi-:, Capitalist. myl»-tf. 



FA&HtONABLE 

Boot & f^hoe 



U^ 



sx. 



fel-lm 



Between Pine and Bush. 

B. ILIE8JENBAJIL. 



FLORENCE SALOON 

If. W. Corner Ellla and Powell SU. 

BK9T BHAXD3 OP 

Wines, Liquors & Cigars. 

W. R ROGERS, Proprietor. jaU-tf 



OEOROB MATES, 
Dealer In Oysters, dans, and 

aU kinds of BHKU. FISH, Stalls Nos. 
M, 41.48. OalUocQla Market, entrance 
on OoUfonta stKeA 

Pnblio Or prirate paittm and famillee snppli«4 
bom • a. If. lo 13 P K. Ladled and Qentlemes 
Oyster Boons open trom 6 a. K. to Up u^ del 



W 



Tivoli Cortcert Gardens, 

N, IV. ear. Satter and Stoehlon sis. 



ZIMMERMANN 

GARDEI 

OAKLAWD. 

The Manaeemcnt or the altove 

respectfully announce to their friend 
public generally, that these Gardens h 
gone extensive and elegant repairs, hav 
large and very fine 

DanolDg and Musical I 

which has been thrown open to be ,, 
numerous other attractions, sueh as She 
leries. Bowling Alleys, Swings, et«. A 1 

Orchestra and 

Will be In attendance every Sun 
day and ereulng. 

All Alameda Trains slop at roi 

and EUls Sts., near (he «ar 

SIMON & BRECK, Pro 

ADMISSION, 25 CEXTS. 

P. 8.— Special Terms made with Soci 
for Picnics. 

JUST ISSl7ED-200t]t EBI 



ANHOO 



KETISKO AND OOKRBOTKu BY THE h- 

E. DK F. CURTIS. M, D.. Eia 

A Medical Ekaut ou tbe Cansc a 

it preroattire decline m man, sliowiDy: h< 
is lost and how reyained. It gives a clea 
of theirapedinientd to marriage, the tret 
nerrous and physical debility, eahaustet 
and all other diseases appertaining there 
suit of tT7cnty years trucce&ffiil iiracticc 

CURTIS ON 'MANIiOOD.^.TlicreU 
ber %l society by whom thw book will no* 
asuful, wh< ther he be p^jeni, preceptoz^ 
man.— J!/<widw» Timts. 

Price — On© Dollar, by mail or express 
the author. DR. CURTIS. 6^0 Sutter 
Postoffice Box 337« fia n Franciaco, Cal. 

iBUPTiJRi 

Use no More MelalUr Tras! 

INo more suffering froiu Iron Hoops or 
Isprings. DU. BoWKS PATENT E 
■TIC TRUSS is woro with ease and ooi 
^olght and day. and uill, and has perfi 
■radical cures when all others have : 
iKeader. if you are ruptured, try i 
IDR. E.OWES comfortable daetio 
lances- you will norer regret it, 
lELASnC TRUSS COMPANY. 6 
Iramento s^^et. ji 

LOST US, HAVE1 

WELL YOU CAN FIND US 'A 

No« 25 Kearny 

Between SlarV*^ and Post 

With a Fine Line of CLOTHS to be m 
the best style, under the regular prices ' 
assortment HHIIITS and FURNISHING 

BENEDICT & BIUTH, 

Formerly al .^o, 3 Second eti 

nirl4-tf 



THE PERFORATI 
FRICTIOf^AL BE 

....FOR*.. 

Rhemnatism, Iiambago and X 
Complaint. 

It is All Elastic and Perforated, ha« all 
qualities of tbe Porous Plaster, and sup 
affected parts at the same time. The IU] 



Elastic Support Bi 

Is iineoualled as an Abdominal and Spinal 
either for ladies or gentlemen, and Js nigh 
mended by all physiciena as the beat £iippi 
presented to (he public. 

Orders receivea for DR BOWF/fl I 
TRUSS, for the radical core of RUPTUR 
ۥ5 ^aoraineiit4> Strett, San Frc 

Bend stamp for Circulars 

OPERA~HOU 

■Alf JOalE. CAJ.^A. 



Thl* Beantlftal and WewlT Ben 

Theatre is to be let by tha Night, Week, oi 
at reasonable tenna. 
lal*-tl O. BROHAHKA. Proi 

ELOCUTION. 

MISS EBirLT MrSTAYFK laki 

method of Informing the public that she is 
to give young ladi«-s Lessons in Elocution 
pare them for the Dramatic 1 rofession. F 
etc., apply at No. 003 Ta>!or street. 

NEVADA REST,J^UR/ 

4ia Pine Slicet. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny (Nevad 
V. DOL * V. EIGNE, Propi 
A nRST>CLA»,«t KESTAL'RAl 
fel-lm 



Books Bough 



Ubrivlea and Paroel^ ol Boobs R< 

DAVID'S, 6K) WASHINGTON STRKE 
doors below Keamy. Open eveninita 



MRS. A. E. A. MUS 

Resldcnec, 120 Fourth Street 
Bet Mission and Howard. 

SAN FRANCtSCO BA 

Hairdressing Establishn 



CUUIO EV jCB'irWHSREj 

'in VRO is Programme of the 

IGAJ'.O U distributed fkbi er- 
vharv Uiroughout the buflineea 
tioaa of San Francisco. 
IGAilO U well circuiated eveo 
' in Oakland. 

nA.RO IB placed in hands of the 
Santera hv the Overland Train 

laiftofat-tributed In Sacra-| 
ato 'A-9« dw. to the week. 
19AKO Is mailed erery day to 
^e principal hotels on the Facifio 




Hare. Tbere and Everywhere.* 



P BOaABDP a.PnbU3ber. | Ertalili»lie4 1866 



SAK FRANCISCO, \ir£DNESDAT, JUNE 7, 18^6 



VOJU xzin. 



tapeworm" ^ 





KC1MT«« 
Heckainui 
UadWiMluii 
lort^ bdiai 1 

tL. 



•4*tMdto: 
ataart- 
Wen*. 
Mdtt 

»•• «St HUalnn 
Near Po«i*. .. »»■. 



quire's New Theatre. 

BoHh Street, between Hontsomerr and Kcamr. 

toBiJtTs. ._. .^. . . ^. .^ ■ ^. .^ ■ ^. -J . 1. .^ ■ L- - ■ -■ -^y^^'' ,-*'?° ^*?_'-""'' 

AND EVERY EVKNliVQ AND SATURDAY MATINEB. 
ART EXHIBITIGN OF 

sdng Classic Statuary ! 
WDERFUL COMBINATION! 

S neDONAin . CUI.MPION PBDflSTtL $«KATE DIKCKR 




NUMBER TWO— 
VonJeriul ORRIN BROTHERS la their Athlotio BxerciBa, entitled 
NUMBER THRBE- 

The N"ew. ^lave. 

eetest oi all Living Representatives of the Younj Swells of the Day, in 
the following Songs 

It Staonld Make Tticp Snd, narlinc ?" "nildcbrandt 
HontroMC l^'^'Mlj jtoyu ttoe^Bttntl f" 

Ben Oiltoil 

In hi* Ho«CH awd Oancc* and BurIcs4|uPi t'hancp.t. 



X© 



NUMBER FOUR- 

Ola. i:*lsti«aaa. 



TWi:«trtyx"S!. 



AMTHOr^Y. 



PART II 

TUHB ORCHRRTKA 

4 «j,''Jt«P^_»JSTe>r:^.,.^^._^^|W^lg M|i8l€At. SRLECTIoK.S 

I«7MBER FIVH 

EMPTATIOW OF 8'', 

gKtjjTKsy^JQHy?!^^ SP jE€lXtTiEa 

O'ANLAN and CEONIN in their oritnnal Irish Sketch Entitled 

fd in a Tenement Monse, 

r O'HOOUHAK WM. SOANLAJl 

>f O'HOOLIHAN , WM. CRONIN 

0-HOOI.lHAN MISS WHITE 

NY KLYNN BEN GILFOIL 

;BOY^_^^^^ MA3TBR TRACY 

■ McUONAiSrT*eTnJ3intTPro3lBr"rrrrr?T?!^ 

AS HKK r^W^-g.r PiCOTRAITIfRES 



The wb^le to coneluJe with the Triimi|>lt ot Art, 

le SHOlTiriSR OF &OIL,D 

»6ry and Qrouping of these sublimely beautiful piotures by MB. OHAS, 
GRAHAM, late associcte of MATT. MORGAN. 



QEMS- 

from 

all 

the 

Operas 

cao 

be 

had 

at 

Shbkmav 

ft 

HtDS'8 

Music 
storey 
ooraer 

o< 
Kearny 

and 

Sutter 

Sts 



THIS EVENING. 



California Theatre. 

MR. JOnN McCDXLOUGH PnoprofTOR akd Makaoeb 

MR BARTON lllll ACTINO Manaukii 

RoBRRT KL Ei<ERUi...StaGO Uana«cr I CuAS. Scbultz Musical Dirrctua 

.JonN TORBEXCH Machinist T. J. Frkncu Treammsd 

W. T. POETKR Scenic Artist I Martin Jovcb Business Managed 



JUNE 1 



By arraiiKcnient with MESSRS. JARRETT >t PALMER, Manajers 

of Booth's Theatre, Now York, SHAKSPEARE'S 

Grand Historical Play, 




O i 
I t 

<^ g 

r-j - ■*> 
© I? 

E- 9 

Q s, 

<% 



Will bo piven in ita entirety, Including all the 8iJi>erb Scenery, Delightful 

Music, its wonodcrful Auxilisry force of Two Hundred in Grand 

Tableaux, Battle Soen«« and Processions. 

KING HENRY V "•'. .LAWRENCB BARRETT 

RDHMr as Chonis Mlm Ellle Wilton 

l»Mk« of «;iost«r.. I Brothew tof Prank Klltlny 

itnkc or Redrord. ; the King (. I. Pnrkcr 

HnJip or f:.xelr.r, Unde to the King Ueury EdwardH 

Wuke of Vorh. Cousin to the King t\ J»nr 

Karl «f i«nllsi>urT B. neiin 

i^nrl of Me.stnioreland K. N. TliaT<;r 

Karl or Wiu-tvkili W. Illr.h^ 

Arclihlaboii of I'ltnlerbnry S, W. Li-nrli 

BiKhop of K1.T n. nark 1 1 11 

Karl iif OunibrldBC) Conspirators ( ..•. Mr. Ki-rrctt 

l/ord Scroop V against < R. Dnnurunia 

>lr Thomas 4ir<;y..) the King, (. Henry Coad 

llvir Ihoinns UritUieliani Walter l.ciiian 

Vowcr ) Officers o( f .Mr. Iti'iiillcy 

llaCmorrls >-King Henry's^ I'raiih Itia 

Flueile«.. j Army, L Vrcilcrlrk TIicimic 

Jaaip r Mr. Murvay 

lAlIItamsl Soldiers in ( T. W, Keonc 

Bates f King Heary's< .'. T. Prank 

Court ) Atm?. L SaniiiPl t^lllntl 

Nym ) Formerly Servants to • Knrry ^Voniiii 

Bai'doll>h. VFalptaEf, now .Soldiers in < W. A. Vlej«iMyer 

PI,Ht«i ) King Henry's Army. (. C B. Ui^>hop 

Boy, Servant to the above Finnk LIlUe 

A lie r;il d J. jolmnon 

t'liarlcs VI., King of France Jolin M llnon 

Lonl<i, Ih? Dauphiu..ft .1. N. Lone 

■tnkc of tinrKuucily Mr. Slephrnt 

IHiKe of «>ilean« Ncloun Hecki-r 

IMike ol' Sitiiirl>oa 1°. i:iui>t>T 

A FreBcSi JiolfMer MonN. viator 

The r»tista)>l« of France Mr. Henry 

(lnnil>tii'e«, ) French f Vflwi t West 

Crnndpre, t Ix.rds. l Arthnr »>u.hc 

liovernor or ISar(l«nr Itr. Kelly 

MoMIjOT. a Fronrh Uirald W. Fooler 

The BtAhop or Bourges Nr. Jcmes 

PitneeAs Kalhcrinc,... Mile. Lonl.te llorvl 

I>uni« 4lnj>'9<iy. (Plitol's Wife), an Hostess Mrs. V,. R. KiiniKlerH 

iHaliol, Qi'.eu of France TIIlNii Uutf^lo ChaoberH 

AliiH*. a Lady attendent upou Princess Katherine 

r MUc. «-abrteIlc Du 8aiild 

Oirio and Ecclesiastic Cignitarics, Nobles, Pages. La<lle.s of the Court. Sol- 

diem, Citizens, Etc., by over TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARIES 

iSyuopsis of Scenery. 

ACT 1 TIis Englisb Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2~The Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Cbargo. 

ACT 3-Battle of Agtnconrt. 

ACT 4-HlstorioaJl EpiBode. Secoption of King Henry V. 

on Entering London after the Battlo. 
ACT S— Ksponsal of Henry V. and Princess Eathorlne. 



B 
U 
K 
K 

& 

F 
I 

N 
K 

The Rom 
Tallonol 
the City, 

Ko. 3 

Hontff'ry 

!^ trect 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE lOth. 

FIRST HENRY FIFTH MATINEE 



OPEEA HOUSE. 

Bash Htr<«l, betwwn ■•■ls*BirrT and Kenmy. 

Calif oruia Uiiustrels! 



THIS EVENINO 



JUItK 1 



Programme fgr this Evening. 

PART KIR.ST iMlAM) VOCAL AND INiJIUl MKJ<TAL loNl UliT 

Introdurtorv Overtare HORRAkOXII ORf«K»rttA 

Bnlliul UobluTrilKllllr l-mcaailna R. T. TIKRIIL 

ComlrHoui Will Jojirt ni > ( OTTO^ 

Bulind Brlns buck llir Old Pnlkii C K. > HI ni UK k<« 

t^mlc Hons Pnll dnwn ynar >r«| Mill rMIR»0^ 

Ballad taa'll noon »nrie( kalhleea w. m. TILL* 

Dl'-H' KIITIVI. UNAt.t 

Life on the Mississippi ! 

INrMHra. l.nrR.sO\. KI:^IIIK A^t> <onrt\i. 
PART SECOND Grand Ethloplart C.^tmlval 

MUSIC VS. ELOCUTION! 



BIIiXsT EmBRttOIV 

■■ IIIm ^onm, I>«iirr< nml Imlfallona. 



A pair of 

<;old 
Onnrlr, 
.Sladg, 
made for 
»IS will 
be HOld 
fur »S, 

at 

UNCLE 

HARRIS' 

708 

Kearny 

Street. 

corner of 

Merchant 



B!il!iw1--"Ei y Mavoineen". 



W. II. III.I.A 



si:i.K4rrio.\H •MtnioTRA 

The whole to c>n-luJ« with an anlirtly Htm and Norrl Krn-t.unW, 
Sensatluual, !I]-st>;rl«al, Lacbrymac/, SocWty Drmisa mtlllMl. 

She Was Led Astray ! 

Which wll he pr.- abated »i b ne» .'■ ^ » 

Prop^rtio*, by ^llem»a^ and * 

Wardrobta, hy Mrs. Tajlor, .^ , 

Andrews and Aaaatani. <>rj^r<'<<l ^lu-v «r.ii<r, 
Expressly for thl« Hj-'eaque by 
GEO. T. KVAKS 

Arm^nd Chaadooe X.0Kf 

Rodnlph 

GeoTKO de L'spaira •« 

(lector Placide 

Mo<int Goaline w 

Major O'MulUfan CTBara I R 

Latontane ■■* ^ I' 

Suzanne O'MuUJgan CKHaM "' 

Matbilde 

<'ounless 

UaronesE A ^ 

UONDAT NKXT J. B. KEMBLKX, Burlefqua. 

HENBY THE FIFTH in BLACK! 

Id aoUx pf«|>aratiM. J B. KSMBLBfl Maw aafhmiu 

The Hammam Baths. 



COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK ! 

r THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Incorporated XJnaci* the Ln-ws ot tlio fctat« of Cnlitorwin. 

30,000 SlU^ires, I^a-r "^T'^l-ua.o S^O ES^oli-SlO r»er SHa^ir© I=»o,ica. Ixx. 

RE€TOR8^R0BEaT 8TEVENRON, of 8te.o.,son's Block, San Frarcisco: FREDERICK TUERILL. Capitalist ; J, S. SPEAR, JR of Ed. H .SP"oj,«J<>T., Auction, ors ; F.I.MFJl TERRY "f i; 1>pj J «'' • "« •'»»-«^ • "«""• '*"«■■ 
andsco; LEANDEB SAWYEC, Ssn Mateo, Gopitallst; WALTER 0. HOLMfes, Attorney at Law. Prc«idrnt,>OLuN I'ATTEI.. senetary. r. n. . . 

TniS BAAK M TO lOAN HOKET 0\ rOLLATERAI. SECIIEITIES. SPCil A8 BIAMONDS. WATtnKS. fllK^ITI/RI^ WABEIIOI/^F. RFrEtP^^^^^ 

h. Also tTrecd "Term deposits and Dcpostls iub;o«t to Oi.ll or Check. This Bank, will for the present aUow the foUowluK lUtes of Interest . Teinj Uopo.iu »f M» nans- 



IB OBJFXIT OP 

;. 4 per cent, a raon^h. ., _ _ .., - 

lut. 1 l-t per cent, per month. No Interest allowfd on Daily UepobltK robji ct to call or check 

J Directors oi this Hank aio all well known bbalnasj men of this city, and a,i such give to all customer< "T "'■i'""V'.!;ik'*.,'i".'J',1V,'^ Y.' .'u ii-""^ '^IVlLTlfTw.',;; p.,ot »nd Reamv streeU 
)»cription Books for a lie-ited number of shares at $10 p«r share, are now open at toe OOLLATHRAL LOAxV AND SAVINGS BANK, Northeast Ooruor Post and Kearny stroew. 
LL OR aSND FOR CIR0GLAR8. rayW-lm 



F n CARTZk. 



Oboioe, WcU-Pundahed 

itside Rooms 

...TO LET. AT.... 
I CTS. to OMB DOLLAR PEKNICnT, 

....AT THK.... 

>SO HOUSE, 

DUCED RATES BY THE WEEK. 

L £Dek,xxaioiaa.o Streol: 
L. J. EWELL. Proprtelor. jalS 



\l YOUR PICTURES! 

OF ANY Kliro, TAKEN AT TH 



;W YORK 



Gallery, 




ftblnet Pictures, 94 per dozen. 

J. H. PBTEB3, Fr oprietor 

>nanza House 

oev And. oeo 

:e( Street, between Fonrth A FlfUu 

(TGLE rURNISHSD ROOMS I 

Wfat, Week Month. Twenty-fire and flfty 
ar Nl«ht; fS to f H per month. mylS-lm 

CANDIES. 

Kinds or the Finest Candy Hade 

Bteam Oandj Factory daily. All ardsia, ea- 
j (ram the ooantry. are soUalted and wlU b 
^!y attftn de*! to. 
^AtTTT, formerly Canty A Wacner 




THE LAJtGEST ABSOBTHEDT IN THE OITT I' Notbloc Ryar Seen Equal to It I 
BAKCAUIS at TM to 7I« Kearny Hlreet, (oppoalte tbe Plarjil, next to City Hall 




WELLINGIQN COAL 

The Best Stea m Coa l in the Wodd. 

Vied Exdnslvely by the Brlllah Nary on thbi roatit. and by the Prtikclpai Local 
SteaBMhlp Cooipanies. 

FOR D0ME8CI0 IT8B FT 18 817PEEIOR TO THE BEST QOALITT OF WEST HABTLET 
and Scotch Splint Coata. _ „ , . 

B« sore you set tb« GENUINE WELLINGTON. Onea oaed it tonnot ba mlatakaa. Tbo Goal la 
hard, iplliitary, duQ In luster, and doe* not kII MA finger. 
For sole wnolosole and retail by the Aiiei>t«. 

BBRRYMAItt a DOTLi^^^ 

Bulkhead, bet. Pacific nnd Jcckson-St. WfafliJtfiJ 



Boca Beer: Coca Beer! 



ARIONHHL. 

The Celebrated ■••r Maw on l>ratiakl 

from Ilia oBly La«ar Baar Brawwf oo tkt Uoaat 
Now on saJo at 

HENRY GRIWM'S, 

ARION HALL, 

If. B. Corner of Ratter and Kearny Ht>. 

aalt 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

riOllPISG ftCEMI ^"«'''"A A^^yif 
FO»illlGSURF. «0^^'ERS£«LIO«S 

Appetizing Breakfaato, Lcn«h«i 

Dlnneni urid Snppert. 

BBIN« TOrB WIPE I 

KRUItl *••• LABt FBIBBB* 

And enjoy a Tie* ollfaa Bnj- '"^^''J'Ttf'^ 

ItAkA IN THB WORLD. aO In sl«kl »« 

1^ vorld-raDOVoad 

OoltSen Gate. __^_ 

with a 8aa» ol whlta-wip tad ajm Jl igjfJ"^ 
(ram a»aa part o» Iba aaiaa««al wono. 

New Una Bvasaa. oonnaeMBi wWi giaai* OMaat 



IODIDE OF POTASS- 

The Beit Fpr'nr F* die in* ia Ui*. 



l-ln,, 
ftv.-. 



c:)c:>c^'BL 



PORTABLE 



Extinguishers ! 

FIRE FNOINES 



noon *>■ 
rnf.ui 



K*. 



Bottor than Insurnnco. 
PAUIiK A l,A« Y. Itrrn!*. 

417 Market StreeU 

•AB rBABCTJOO »»• | 



r '«n««h7lftJS'ttl 

I*.... ■; a-ta** • "^ «♦* 

U|a*«i, Ut-m-iK at 



BOBTOM Qrwrmm. moot*, 

n ui M Oaatn Mortal 



Waar- 

Hla.; 



wx 



THX ORGAN or AHVSEMENTS. 



Mrs MKBClllMT STUKin". 

Belo I MooUom'Tj B»n rnnoisoo 



•WEDNESDAY JUNE 



ri^iric oiTinios or tub atxastio a«0 

.ACTKIC TELniRAnl C<> . SOT CALI»t>BmA iT. 

New YoiiK. June 6. 1876. 

«pen<Ml •* 6J» 

Clokfd H!S-« 

flterlluc *9» «0 



TBB BraSlAX I'BinA UON^.t. 

Ob Tbur»d»y, March 30th, Mile. Anna 
de Belocca, the Russian prima donua, 
saildil from Liverpool for New York in 
the White Star Steamer "Germania," Mr. 
Maurice Strakosch accompanying. Mile, 
de Belocca'ii contract with the Mesars. 
Strakosch in for one year, during 
which she is to sing one hundred times. 
And BOW a few words a£ to who this new 
•ontralto is : — 

Mademoiselle Anna de Belocca was bom 
on the 4th of January, 1854, at St Peters- 
burgh. Her father, Mons. de Bellokh, is 
Actual Imperial Russian Councillor of 
State. Possessed of an independent for- 
tune, and not sharing certain vulgar pre- 
jadices, he never endeavored to thwart his 
daughter's tastes. 

It was, therefore, impelled by sentimentH 
• of art, that MUe. de Belocca resolved to 
go upon the stage. Great pains were be- 
■towed on her education. She speaks five 
languages, and in her leisure hours is fond 
of cultivating painting, for which she 
evinced great aptitude. Her musical edu- 
cation was begun under Mad. Nissen Sal- 
oman, in St. Petersburgh, and continued 
in Paris, under Nicholas Lablaehe. But 
to M. Strakosch is due the honor of fiLLsh- 
ing it, and of making MUe. de Belocca the 
, artist we know her to be at the present 
day. Few are endowed with the persever- 
ance, skill, and determination of M. Strak- 
osch. He was formeily the repititor of 
Mad. Pasta, from whom be obtained the 
•inger's secret, and his life will be noted for 
his having the good fortune to produce two 
atars of the first order : Adelina Patti and 
Anna de BelocciL The two pupils have 
become soistresses of the art without effort, 
for Anna, like Adelina, her predecessor, 
conquered for herself, from her very debut, 
one of the first places on the Italian stage. 
It is rather difficult, when looking at Mile. 
de Belocca, to believe she is of Muscovite 
descent. She resembles rather the Roman 
or the Spanish than the Russian type. 

Previously to first coming out in her 
charming part of Rosina, she was already 
known to the aristocratic world of Paris, 
and when MUe. de Belocca came out at 
•the Ventadour, the public were already 
predisposed in favor of the new star dis- 
covered by M. Strakosch. Since the time 
of Alboni, it was the first occasion on which 
the part of Rosina was going to be sung as 
Rossini composed it. This part, written 
for a contralto, had not, after that date, 
been approached by any save sopranos, 
each of whom arranging it to suit her own 
voice, had altered, more or lees, Rossini's 
thoughts, by modifying or disfiguring the 
thousands of arabesque ornament which 
the composer so lavishly scattered about. 
Tfce first Botes were heard ! Every one 
was charmed with so marvellous a con- 
tralto. When we say a contralto, we do 
not express all we think. MUe. Anna de 
Belocca'a voice is, at one and the same 
time, a contralto and a mezzo-soprano, ad- 
mirable in quality, of very extensive com- 
paea, exceedingly full, and more harmoni 
ou» than words can describe. There is, in 
this wartn-toned voice, a roundne.'^s and 
fulness really magisterial MUe. de Be- 
locca possesses gifts which are rare at the 
present day, and so to speak, innate in her. 
The young lady's voice is not extraordin 
arily strong, but as the musical critic of 
the Cmtricr dc CElat has very judiciously 
observed : "Voices are like diamonds; the 
largest are not the most beautiful." In 
short, despite her youth, MUe. de Belocca 
may already be ranked among the vocalists 
di primo cartcUo. 

But the most marked success was in the 
brindisi from "Lucrezia Borgia." The 
house, electrified, encored it, and a perfect 
ovation began. Felicitations arrived from 
all sides. MUe. Alboni came, and com- 
plimented the debutante in her room, and 
M. Strakosch received a most flattering 
letter, addressed to him by M. C^harles 
Blanc, in the name of the Minister of 
Public Instruction. But what must have 
touched the Diva most were the numerous 
telegrams, sent by the first families of St. 
Petersbuj filled with the warm congrat- 
■alations ot the writers to their young com- 
patriot on her brillant debut. All the 
testimonies of sympathy set the Russian 
cole '.y in commotion, and at the second 
preformam they met by appointment 
at the Theatre Italien. The mere appear- 
ance of Rosina caUed down a perefctrain of 



became an avalanche. The entire house 
was enchanted with the young artists middle 
notes, and with the natural, frank quality 
of her voice, which brought back Alboni to 
the minds of old frequenters of the Venta- 
dour. 

It was in "La C'cncrcntola' that Mile. De 
Belocca made her second appearance. 
Thischarater, in which Bononi Monbelli, 
Pisaroni, Pasta, Malibran and Alboni dis- 
tinguished themselves, was to prove a new 
and frank triumph for Mile, de Belocca. 
It is impossible to imagine a Cinderella at 
one and the same time more natural, more 
candid, and more seductive. MUe. de Be- 
locca's . talent is characterised by some- 
thing more original, rarely found on the 
stage nowadays. 

MUe. de Belocca has appeared in London 
with the gratest success, always drawing 
the largest houses to the opera where she 
appeared. Her career, indeed since the 
first, has been a fortunate one, and there is 
every reason to believe that the present sea- 
son in San Francisco will add to its success. 

6Tii.il' uiTt> a:«d stolek bits. 

"You sannot keep me down," shonted a 
somewhat windy orator at a public meeting 
'■though I may be pressed below the waves 
I rise again; you will find that I come to 
the surface, gentleman." "Yes." said an 
old whaler in the audience, "Yon eome to 
the surface to blow." 

It is a great comfort to bald headed men, 
in these red-hot, star-spangled Centennial 
days, to reflect that the eagle, too, is bald- 
headed. 

It is a delicions sight to see a Milwaukee 
man toying with the lobe of his sweetheart's 
ear — so white, so soft, so different from an 
elephant's. Delicious, likewise, to see him 
wrap it two or three times around his neck 
and pressing his chin lovingly upon it, hear 
him mnrmur those magic words- "yum ! 
yum ! yum!" 

Mr. Fmerson thinks men should trust 
each other more, and there seems to be 
a general feeling hereabouts that be is the 
man to open a small grocery in this section. 

The cheekiest method of putting off the 
payment of a bill now is for a party to de- 
cline papment on the ground that be "wants 
the money to go to the Centennial with." 

The Humboldth Register says: "A man 
in town the other day left a hording house 
just because a rat bit off his ear. When 
people get that particular about trifles, they 
onght to quit boarding and go to keeping 
house." 



Criterion OrKlcr tialooB. 'ilO Kcamy St. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace, — 
lloam all FVi-^co where you wUl, 
Is the renown'tl ClUTERlo.v, 

Kept bj KmkRHON CORTlliLB ! 

He's Ihe Ovsttr King o( tYisx, 

liitalve-CotUfui from the Eaffl, 
310 on Kearny Street, 

Where all can obtain a feast 
Of dthcate Eastern Oj-sters, 

Or of Califiimia's best, 
I>re88'd in any and ev'ry sty'e. 

That's in vogue from East to West, 
AU the Oyster-eating public 

Protest, without a quarrel, 
Thaifor Frcahi st. Choicest Oysters, 

Corville can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, f(ir Privacy and Comfort 

All his Ladv Patrons lell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy ime-half as well ! 
So oosy, cheerful, ele^nt! 

You're enchanted at a elance 
With Corvii.i.k'8 orkat Critrrion 

It is the House Par Excbllenci ! ! ! 
Clams, Lobbters and Crabs the fresboet 

In the City you ^et there ; 
With Guinnegs* Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "Bass's Bitter Beer !" 
Sparkling Champagne and finest Wines,' 

Imported by him express, 
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Gonnoiseurs all confess ! 
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Your pleasure to make complete. 
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Of Amuaemento, ExcursioDS, Lectnne, and 
Coaeerts, are directed to the splendid Printuig 
EatsbllshmeDt ot B. F, Sterett, 632 aay Street, 
over th« San Fnoicisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, In Plain or Fancy Colore, are turned out in 
the sborteet possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tUul Profcrammcs, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
•ait the muet fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
stantly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charted for 
these arc very little in adv&nco of ptahi white 
P'P*^ StreaiueiB of various sizes, from lij to 42 
loch ffttere, in stoek, of all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre Uanaf^ers are especially invited to 
laJl tor eetimatea This well-known Printing House 
was establisbt^l by the present proprietor in 1860 
tod has been in successful operation ever since. 

. '^J 

Don't Pay Fancy Prices 

By goinR to Mont4;omery or Kearny street to 
get your hats, when you can buy the verj' finest 
class of go(Kl» ctmsiderably chea[>er than in either 
of these streets by calling at '■"Ilhe" Hal Store, 
647 Washington street, Ik:1ow Ktamy, besides, 
having a syVndId and complete a»surtment to 
choose from. This is a positive fact, and evcrvone 
is sure to be pleased if tlwy call at the above 
p.ace, M 

< astor OH. 

Most safe, uacful ard best known Purgitiv.*, 
can be t<ken agreeably and easily in Dundns 
Dick t Co.'s Soft Capsules. No taste ; no sincll; 
so peasant that childreu ask for more. No f^ni- 
ily witiiout them. Sol I by your druggist. Ask 
for uur book; or scad for it, to 36 Wooster street. 
New York. 



No man or womin i( safe while the least rem- 
nant of cough or CDid, or any symptoms of pul- 
monary disease lingers in the system. Expel ihe 
cause of danger with Hale's Honey of Hoarhound 
and Tar. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one 
minute. 



Don't Help Pay Ottier People's Debts, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shaber 4 Co., 707 Market street, near Third, 
andsavo fully 25 percent^ bybujiUKof them. Their 
motto Is : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore thcv have no bad debts to make np out of ex- 
tra nrf>fl»n 

Palmer's have received a new supply of adies 
and ebildreo's underweai— veiy cheap — 726 to 734 
Market street. 



(^haVa. fin*»nTTP« T.a 



OnTifl nnrt Rnnnfitfl. ptr. 



t'rarlly to < hiltlrrn. 

In another portion of this issue will be 
read an interesting account of the legal 
proceedings instituted in Oakland by the 
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals, foi the recovery of and return 
to his parents, of a child of one Sebastian 
Quaglieni, a circus rider. The society, no 
doubt, considered the child was enough of 
an animal to act for its protection. Here, 
however, is a case in point to show that 
proceedings of this kind may arise from a 
mistaken notion of humanity, as on the 
trial it was conclusively proven that the 
putative father of the child was much 
better qualified to take care of it, and did 
take better care of it, than the real father. 
There can be no doubt that the New York 
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 
Children is a corporation established with 
a good purpose, and when the officers 
thereof carry out its real intentions they 
will be worthy of all praise. But men in 
these capacities are apt to become fanati- 
cal and bigoted in their ideas. In place of 
observing the jvstc milieu, they go to ex- 
tremes, and make themselves feared in- 
stead of blessed. Who will say but that 
the result of this case in California in- 
flicted more real cruelty than the fact 
which gave rise to the proceedings. The 
New York Society appears to have acted 
with a premptoriness altogether inexcusa- 
ble in the matter, and a few such persecu- 
tions as these will effectuaUy excite public 
opinion against it. It is never wise for a 
Legislature to give wholesale powers to 
any one body of men. The real activity 
of such a society is always controUed by 
one man in the same way that Mr. Bergh 
is virtually the whole Society for the Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to Animals. But we 
do not often find men with the united 
enthusiasm and good judgment of Mr. 
Bergh. Enthusiasm usually destroys good 
judgment. It has, at all events, evidently 
done so in the case of the President of the 
Sooiety for the Prevention of Cruelty to 
Children. --JV^. Y. Dramatie Ifetet. 

Do Not Saner from Cora*. 

The unfortunate soffcrers from Corns, Btmioof) 
Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find inst&nt relief 
by appl5'iiig at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 t.^ 6 p. M. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capBbUity. Ref- 
erence given if required. a 



The Ladles or San Francisco 

Will be glad lo leini of the opening of flrst- 
elass offices at 6 M Clay street, opposite Kolrier, 
Chase & Co'«, where they can be supplied with 
first-class Chinese domestic servants at short no 
tice. We heartily recommend Messrs. King <k 
Merritt ns sri iitlemen who will study m every way 
to please their customers. h 

rbe Green Roont. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
now a model of t.-i.'rte and elegance. Everybody 
foes to tba Qreen Room between the acts. x 



New Store ! New Goods I 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
Meussdorffer 4 Bro., has op*ntd atNo, 4i2 Kearny 
street, near Pine, with a splendid stock of Hats 
and Caps. "The finest goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. B 



Free E-vblbltion. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townscnd's Candy 
Factory, No. 627 Market street, where you can 
earn how candies are made. o 



Millinery Gwoda, 

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Market street. 



Every first class dealer keeps the "Standard' 
Shirts. I 



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unfortunate aufferer who may read this Dcytiee, that 
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relief. In no case has U\e doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself upon your im- 
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sults of his treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim defttb 
hurries you to a prematar« grave 

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There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
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oaui^e, wbich ia the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a heathy resteration of the geoito- 
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McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open NoTCmbcr lat. Variety Tal- 
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find It to their adranf age to addreea. stating term ^ 
and Bending Pho^graph. 

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Private Lessons Glren In Boxing! 

BY 

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AT 433 BUSB STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can peceive iustruction at their 
rooms nr residences, if desirable. apl&-tf 

CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

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satiafaetory arrangements with Tbe&tricjal Coinpar 
niea on sharing terms. For particulars, address 
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Howard a-Dd Mission, from 3 to 4 o'clo 
afternoon. Principals only need apply. 

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every evening except Monday and Thursd 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 
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sw 

MARKET 8t3"'?S'r" 

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....DIRECTED BY... 

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Iiossons on the Piano and in Sli 

1800 STO^OKTON 6TKEET. 8. 1 

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MARKET 8TKEET ABOVE PO 

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the market. Private appartnteuts for Kaoil 

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Handbill?:, etc.. on the rout* betwe*;n ne»e i 
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tribute all kinds of Advertistng matter o 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms modera^ 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN. American E: 
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mission to the i»roprietor8 of the Ameri< 
change Hotel ana the Publisher of FioABO 
manner in whioh I dr ■ their work. 



Palace Opera Hot 

Corner Mission and New Montgomery 



LadleK and eentlemen of actt 

edged ability desiring permanent enga« 
Specialty Artists and First-Class Variety 
will plea-e address or apply, from 11 to 3 d 
aboTe. to MATT KELLY, Stage Mai 
N. B Wanted immediately, a KIRST- 
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MASTER 

DsreeisT and chemist, 

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ERBA SANTA 

TROCHES 

renKtben the Voice and 
Believe Cough. 

M SEARBY, DRUGOI8T. 

369 Market St. 

Dosite Bil<^^^^Ii's Theatre: also, 
jorner F\)lJom and Filth Sts^ 




"Here, There and Evsrywhere.' 



Cot ap e( Uw I 

OaUi 



EataUbhad 1865 



SAK FRANCISGO, 'WEtDKEsDAT, JUNE 7, 1876 



■ADE'SOPEEAHOUSE 

mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 

RICK W BERT Lesskb akd Masasbr 

i EVENING- -■■•■■•■• jy^^J^ 

ORK.\T SUCCESS OF TUE YOUNG ENGLISH TR.^GEDI AN, 

E30. rtlCSHMOIjID 

IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OF 

Or, The Battle of Aglncourt. 

HENRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

or4;in<t(er | brothers to the | ii"''"'.?!^'^! 

o> Be<irord I . King I «r. l^rclon 

i>rKxcl«r Uncle to ihe Kind J- II. »lB»»n 

,rv<>ik Cousin to Uie King Mr. Urrbcrl 

ISallsbuFT *V'wnt!l 

I \Vc'slm..reland.. •••»• Ui V 

r W irwic.U '•'i, ™0'"l«T 

tslioii of Canlei bury Mr. .won clows 

lot Kly '"•'■ **.''lon 

r^or"""'""* I Co^plratorBagainatl •••■::::;:c.V»£V^ 

omr«iray-.-.V.V.V.-.: I ">« ^^'»*- I, T* .^JiV,": 

omiis Erplngham officers, in King ; ; ; ■ ;; mT-lS'AXu 

:~U "" Hanrrs Army J. M. Wartll 

:„ " Wm. Srallen 

" ..; C. Leyton 

I. Pan! 



iger. 
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Soldiers in King Henry'e Armyl *^?''-„""V^ 

<-. .norelli 

Mr. «oldtbvralte 

.'.'.'.'I'Formeriy'Serranis to pijstaff. r Cicorao CoshiU 

.. . Now Soldiers in King I Wni Siniim 

Henry's Army. I Johnaa<-k 

.Servant to the above Miss ««r«lc tranvllle 

.|^ .Mr. Merlon 

i.«a<lo'r;freni CbaslVii.'.V.V --^r. Senrs 

« VI King or Franee i*^I^_^il^" 

Ibe DanpUn K. J. iUtchley 

of BanmnUy w *■« ai.^ 

at tirlraiis "• "• ^nair 

of Bourt>ou ^....Mr. Ralleston 

ich soldier Mons. A. Maynard 

mstabic ot France -"-.JJi^^k".^ 

sros . I ,._ i. r ^ Mr. Blaekbarn 

"Vc French Lords Mr. Mowbray 

S..r of iiarfleiir •••■«. <j;»"»'''l^ 

joT a French Herald Cbaj Edmonds 

lsb»p of Bourses iiv *L''* Bertram 

«s Katherine Miss Mary Yoouk 

(luickly (Pistol's wire) a Bostess....^. ■■v • .. 

^ Mrs. Cba<». Edmonds 

...■.ancen of France Mrs. Morion Bush 

ur. ..as Chorus Miss Annte Flrmln 

..a lady uttcudant upon the Princess Katherine 

^. ._. ._. .Mty AiMyKlUoM 

pitome ot J-ceties, ICsrents. 4i-to, 

I. Soene 1-The Throne Room. Scen« 2— EASTOHEAP, LONDON 
• of the Boar's Head. Scene 3- The Beaoh at Southamptont The En 
set at Anchor. . „, , „, „ 

II— FRANCE. Scene 1 —A Roum in the Palace oJ Charles VI, Scene 
English Entrenchments at Harfleor. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 
es Soene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUR I At the Breach ! Signs of a 
Jonflict. Scene 6— The French Palase at Roiien. A Viaw in Picardy. 
Ill Scene 1— The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincoart. (Night.l 
in the English Line. (Night ) 3— The Dauphin's Tent. 4— 'The En 
sitioo at Aglncourt. 5— Part of the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU 
ATTLE OF AGINCOTJRT. 8— The Plains of A«incoiirt. 8— Alter 

I'V—Scene 1— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

V— FRANCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. !— A View 
BS from the Bridge. S-INTBRIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
. Ceremony of the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherine 

itinee on VITednesday. 






X 
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Uaautact'ra 

of Jewelry 

and Dealers 

ioDiaaaoods 

and 

Silverware, 

No. 904 

Market 

Street, 

near 

Corner 

Stockton 

Watches ft 
Jewelry 
Repaired. 



ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stochton and Powell. 

THOS. MAGUIRE.^.^^.^....^.^.................^....... ....PRorMim>R 

MR THOMAS MAOUIRE haa the honor (o announce tijat he has entered 

into arrangements with MR. MAURICE STR.^K0^^.1I 

for a scries of GRAND 

peralle 6®meerl8 

fntroducinif the Celebrated Prima Donna from Her Majnty's Oi>era, (I.«n. 

don), the Italian Overa House (P^iris), and the Academy 

ol Music (New York), 

MHe. Anna de Belocca 

.iV9;i3teU bv the Eminent Yonu? Tenor, 

And the Famous Young Lariione, 

The whole under the Direction of 

MR. MAURICE STRAK08CH, 

Who will preside at the PianoForte. 

•p :££. jEi x* X XV. ail* c:70i\rc;jafk.i> 

WILL TAKE PLACE 

Wednesday Evening, June 7th, 

With the following' carefully selected Programme ; 

X",A.H.T I. 

1— Overlnre from Merry Wives of Windsor Mrolal 

OUCUI^TBA. 

!— Grand aria ilnunatlca from Don Carlos— Ella glamnal 

— 'amo 'Verdi 

Sid. TAdLIAPIETBA. 

it— Aria from Faust— Salve di mora, casta e para Ctonnod 

MK. TOM U.ABL. 

4-ArUi tr<na n Barbicre dc Scvi«lla-UDaTooepocola....B«sslnl 

MLUS. BHLOCCA 

8— Duo from Martha Flotow 

MK. TON KARL and Sl«i. T,A«UAPiETBA, 

6-8crenade eounod 

HLLE. UE BELOCCA. 

1 Overture— Dcr Frdsehutz Weber 

ORCHtSTUA. 

3— Arioso— Waft H«r, Aneels Handel 

MB, TOM KARL. 

S— MIsnon's Lied, Kennst du da« Land Franr LIsxt 

MLLE. BLLOCCA. 

A-Jjon c ver Tito Mallei 

Sl«. TA«LIAFIF,TRA. 

9— (a) BrlndisU from Lucrrzlu Burcia Donizetti 

(b) Good Nlfrht and Plea.<iunt l»reaus Wallace 

MLLE. RELOCCA, 

6— Grand March, from The Prophet Meyerbeer 

VUCHErSIRA 

MR. GEO. T. EVANS Conpiu-tob 

S eco n d 6 ram (d Ope raticCo n cey t , Friday 

SCALE OF PRICBS. 

Dress Circle, Orchestra and Balcony i $1 M 

Reserved Seals Fifty Cents Extra. 

Gnliery M cents 

Private Boxes. SIO and S20, aceordlne to location. 
Box OfHce Open Daily at 10 A. H. 




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.. rou A.... 

STYLISH HVT 



California Theatre. 

^unday^Evening:, June 7th. 

Complimentary Entertainment 



TKNPKRFB TO MR. 



OBARLES FECHTERI 



BV TnE . 



3F*3E13ES3VCI3L 

Imateup Society t 

ROYAL CRAVATTE! 



Opwstta by A. PILATE, and lb« Two-Act Omr^. 

On Demande un Gouverneur ! 

By MR. DEOOURCKLLE aad JAIME FILS 

(A BACHELOR OF ARTt>) 

In Which 

MR. CHAS. FEGHT£R 



.WILL APPEAA IN (.Kr 



Of His Original Creations 



J3o:x. <31£B.c>& ^I30zx TT iio «■<-!«» y. 



lace Opera House. 

QkT New Montgomery and titssion Sts. 

rRBR..0OL. WILSON I Assistant.. J. GRIFKINSON 

Manaoer MATT KELLY 

I OF Orcuemtra JOB. GREEN 



EVENING -...-JUNE 1 



pbant Snceess of the Family Theatre 



£ MOST PERFECT OEDER PRESERVED. 



TED WITH ENTHL'SIASTIC APPIiADSE ! : 



innced by the Public a<id Press the Host 
miMete and attractive entertainment 
In the otty. 

AN ENTIRE CHANGE NIGHTLY. 



THK iJALlFOKNlA 

WBNTV BEAVTIFL'L ¥OCN6 LADIES. 

INTERIM OF THREE MIlfUTES. 

Grand and 'Varied Interlude. 

X>oul>l« Banjo Solo. 

WALLACE and a Geniientan of this City. 

AND DANCE LB it 

THE PRI.NCE SATZII.MA 

^al Japanese Troupe ! 

Inclodine LITTLE ALL BIGHT. 
KILLING DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT 
.line a.u<l George I^upt-oil. 




Grand Reopening ! 



AT THE OLD STAND. 



I 

e Souk and Dance. 



INTERMISSION OF THRfeE MINUTES. 



C. J. Smith 

.Christy and Williams 



r*8 Uomp p«..Mis8 Lala Wilson 

olahan Musketeers 

■■■■■■■■-■■ And Murphy 

9 •"«: Christy and Williams 

jhable Act by THK MERRY SONS OF MOMUfT' 

•Jolia Oondon 

IN II 18 8PECIALTIE8. 



onclude with the Unrivalled Performanoe of TUE 

JE:»*-ince l^atzuma. 

al Japanese Troupe ! 

SCALE OF PRICES. 
CIrele... .»i OO I Orchestra Chairs, 50 eenU 

>tt« 2S ccnii I Children 7.35 cents 



inee &>a.ttAi74lay at 



£». M. 



Maynard & Jones 

RATE REOPFaiED THEIB 

Magniflcet Shoe Parlor ! 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



T1S.1S1 3e».a.cjx:e'xo oo.a.st 

Sole Agents lor the LILY YOUNG, PRATT * 
BRACKErS Oclebrsted 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Oenuiae except stamped with our Trads Mark; Sol' 
AKoniB tor SAMUEL DUNBAR & GO'S. Fine Misses' and 
ChiWres-B Shoes, and GRAY BROS. Extra^Fino Ladles' and 
Hissen' New York Shoes. The luvest and flnoat stnek el 



:]ai:f%j^xva^ o. 



tXJX«.T' 



LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES in the City. Brcry pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 



(BDCCESS0B8 TO BEERS ft UATNARD.) 

Kearny St oet, one Door n-om Bash Strset 



Uew Olympic Variety 

Sontheaat Comer Third and MIssImi Streets. 

J. HARRINGTON Propristok 

JOHN.VY TUKBS Stage Man«(ter 

I8ADORK Frank Mujloal Director 

Randolph Diion ■^'^'^^^^y 

FIRST NIOUT OF TUE WONDERFUL "^^ 

S(l3.ell 33a,iiO©rs. 

X^atest Dispatch. 

BORTIIWICK BBID tvlskes to ctat* that he hctfi NOT 
APPEAR at the Palace Oper» Houiie ad hilled ia UhrocJde and 
Alta. JOHNNY TUKIi.Sl ol MhsioD-itrett Line 

THIS ETENINO JtJNE 1 

Curtain Rises lit 8 o'clock l.'i misnUi 

I»Xn.t«T I».A.T->T. 

In which the OljTnpie St*ire will be SF^TED TO ITS 

UTMOST CAPACITY. 

Grand Walk-Aronnd by all the Dancers In Town. 

OTcrtnre OrrhcjUra 

MISS LWIMAJJFINGHTOIIr^^^^_^;^^;^^^^ I* '»•>«•'• 

■ u UIk Champion CI<»b.^^_ 

C9-U.X- CSrOor sin, 

ILia,"\7«7;x*oj3joo___011f ton.. 

The ChnBiplon Rone rtnjrr. 
Hons ....■■■^..^.^....^.■■..FBany Wehster 

Goat Island Ghost. 

JAKB.., JOHNNr TIK.BS 

Dnplu narry Howard I Bob . . ._. .^. .^ Ti»mmy_ltt»> 

.•rckrstm 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. 'W. corner Koamy and Pino Btroeta. 

JIM UDCKINO * (lEOBOB PETrilM rK»rRIIlTr»m« 

Frani MoBTiMoRi BniJiww and MMc> M>r.>«M 

K Sohmidt ...MiMiBal I»1r~*w I Hn«1>« Mnrtrm. T' •■ ' • 



IMMIS-I St I < r--- ' ( 



THE UTTLE GENERAL I 




Pir^ Part of Wit, Song and Pun 

nnlshlni Witt \h* PI A5TATIOH wa\K AHorvn 



XT^TiartJiMXJ±^m. 

MedlcT OTcrtwrr •rHn>Mra 

Professor Fotvlor. 

MortiiDfr , . Ultk.nMB . A»4 \jn<'' --.' 

la r.>k 



Banlo fiolo 

Dutch 



i^IIidXO. 



Songs 



Sone nncl DAnr«. 
nnM, Wit II «>« I 

Senate - - - 

fkONt. 



r««i« «*«rrw 

Johnny Prlc* 
I Iftlit «« 1 1 I t< ■ 

- and his Bnnjo 

VkTTir HllltMKB 



T- T- 33©-A.n«olls 



LYDIA LIVIN«.KTOK. 
M«>Na AMD DANtB.. 

Roia :_^^' 

JIG 

OtjR Gf.ORGIA... 
Lydfa LlTlnRston. 



.11* )l*?IGft 
. WILMIfl 

3Da.no©r». 

HIIRRIS WIKII 
.'.".',".'. .i A »♦ H »'. « « B tilling 
As thr Brilr of Ikr iUII 



HUNTING IN THE WOODS 

rirnin ani* ••§*• r««T»t»»«" Fwlfca •r-'- "• 

(HtRir.1 «i<itriu>«« «<••• *i<i»«.r 

LirimKjGKNI^:i(ALI 

^^l_jjp' .,. i«i»t» lasrna 

I Want Mj- Pictnre Taken. 



Vallw 



5 Me 



The Tmro Gomiques. 



WcBt And 



IBI«B HHBTCB. 

uvertnre 



.BOGKBfl SBd WILaoR 

•rchestrs 



Now Come* the Ron' 

Frailly, the Belle of the Gardrn. iJIra HarrlsKtaa 

KiiTlni:*'^"" ..Liv-I II..:. fl-il"T •!'> '« '"''"'" l_ .. 
.nr. LmlUC '.l.. --Ilrt »l, 1 it •! n^-UT "'''7 "'•' 

JamlKI ., l.iiU IT Ihi ii»-;r,l. Mlr.ir.m l-it . "• (. .I'^ri 

a b.llel toBhuw ihom up tj lac U wJen . , Jshnnr Tnrra 
Filiwllliai«»...._...-..^^^^.^.^..i:^.j.-i-^— •• ■ " «"••"' 

NOTE Oor OAK-OAN brfnf so f»es» sa •J*^*^ •»i •; 
CT«rybo<lf wisher to B»« 1«, I will ool rtnf np till U o ^oeii IB 
iiilbQt<.a 



t.mri a*i^'«r«rMt rvus'.. 

«"l«d WftYfiit uriAWstiiK 

f1T»*. fit I II n4LI.««ll 

Sixteen-string Jack. 

",].., n-'-T »•-♦'— '-'••7 tllll. C n.fil 

Fair. ' • •'- M...... -^ ■■- ■ .. 



Lar'i 
|y«f 

Von ■ 



,, , rr [I «l-I ot«' 

' I,. : ,1. •-«• t»'» 



OSOAIf OW AHUSEHENT& 
miil^nrt Brari Dm In U>a Trw, br 



BOl'tiK 



I Mrrrtukmt Mrrrt. brUw JI«iil«oiiiery 
Aaa Ft-itacljtro, 

IMrtritnK^l Knx. throujihout the Oitjf <UiU. 
PKOUKAMME for vLe loUuwiii« pUoes oJ 

California Theatre; 
Wado's Opora House; 
Baldirin's Academy of BCuslo: 
Magnlre's Now Theatre; 
tULgntr^'m Opera Booae: 
Platf ■ Hall 
Bncklejr'B Varieties: 
New Olynpic Theatre; 



WEDNTKBDAY. 



.JUN^ 



Amusements, Etc. 

Wade'i Opera Ilnak«. 

KsiUMr o< tk« «w» Klug Heoir homes ht« anj 
•wiM W> Min^kJn of i-ooi ui4l'ac«« h j«t. th« tXtca- 
ducM »t t>«lh. Uet Diiht. b«iD( ficollent. A» thU 
pUoe Ihwe w»« »n eitri attrMtlon in the peiwmt 
«f tiM niaiir*! »n4 lUB of the French wmrfrU»te 
LafkltiHoaiere. The Uaul wu in force, and the o)<l- 
<aM» •aimoeitlM that led t« the eoeuei pictured iu 
•be |4ar w«»e endentlj foc»otl«a and biiried. the 
Oalbo applauae offerioj another tribete to the groat 
xBMIer who ba> made "the whole world kin " 
Ther* viU be th<- tuoal matinee thia afternooo. 
BaldwlB'i AeadmT of Mule. 

la annlher oolumn of thie imnr will be foond a 
!•■« aad uiter««ting Uographical sketch of the 
ffi^ »ii^- prima donna. Anna da DelKoca who ap- 
pear! here lo-niijbt lupported by Tom Karl, tenor; 
Mol Sijnor Ta««*pietr». baritone: under the per- 
aaaal direction of Maurice dtrakoech who will 
[umlilii at the piano The procramme is one 
•rail calculated t-) display the uleuU of each 
pcffotmer awl Hill include a serenade of Goonod'a. 
P»» ewv r«ee M.' the Biandisi from "Lucrezia 
Borfia" tit Bcteoca . an aria from Faust," and an 
»-jK->- ballad by Tom Kail : a lUimansa from 
"Doo Oarioe' and an ttia from "It TroTatore," by 
Bicnor Tagliapietra llie box office promises a 
hr(* audleaoe of all the fashionable mu-ilc lorers 
of the city The next coaceri will be glren on Fri 
day 
■acvlrc*! Nrw Tkeatrr. 

Then was a perfect jam here last nigbk. the mas 
aaline element beinj in fu'.l force and melon 
pakcbea by the acre c'ose around the stage The 
variety aitUts embrace to many excellent specillists 
that it ts rather difficult to mention any particular 
ooa or two. but as Messra .'icanlan and Cronln 
kan been partieulaiixcd. it is only (air that such 
vooderful gymnasts as the Orrin Brothers should 
•ls« be tpecially' referred to Tbey are A No. 1 in 
•lieir buflnesa. and dual to the GaraeUas and 

liBBtOO*. 

•pern aoaar. 

The Miasirrls had only a (air bouse last nijbt. 
Wthouf;li the programme ll as good as any that 
4iaTe been offered here for some time. Tbe ballad 
aang by V redericM in the first pert entitled Bring 
kaek the old Folks' is particularly good, the chorus 
^eing charnun^Jy arranged. "She was led Astray" 
now t«es auob more MBOotUly, and ts at times in- 
BisltalT amu^ac. "Heo.-/ the Fifth In Blacii' on 
li(>Biay nect, 

CaUrwraU Tkrntra. 

*^kij house last night, thongk not so uneomforV 
ably crawded as en MMi''ay nigh', was stUl well 
Oiled, the perfermasoa eoing with remarkable esse 
and siaoetlMma. Of the tableau, there ar« foar 
|hft ibouKI bf cspeoiall; nfitifn^d ; tbe gmbarka- 
Aiao at aoolhamplon. the battle of Aginoourt, the 
triumphal entry Into London, and the oalhedxal 
aoene AU these are replete with (litter, activity 
•nd reality, and ihould be as valuable as historical 
lasso: s as they sre entertaining as eitraordinary 
■tage eflce'j. In noticing the support, the Boy of 
Ml Frank Little, and tbe chorus of Miss EUie 
Wilton ihoald both be highly commended, the first 
for making «iW««m aut o( par^'o, and the latter (or 
ker Intellnwnt, readu« and gracclnl mien in a tery 
trying position. 
4'karlrs Feckter'a BCBrSt. 

On Buudai evrmlng next a corap imentarr benefit 
will be tender, d Mr Char'.esFeehfcr.by tbe French 
Ama'enr 8of-iety of tliia city at the California The- 
atr«. The bill will c rsist o( A. Pilatte'e operetu 
ot "Royal CraTStte" ard the two-act comedy of 
• On Ov^^-uU tm Oo<-*rn^Hr" better known uular 
ita F.oglisb caption of "A Bachelor of Arts." 
■e<R •lymplr TarlctT Theatre. 

The wood' rful shell dancers make ihdr&ntt ap- 
pearance bare to-night. Mortis Welsh is on the bill, 
as ar< J ohny Tueit sad T J. DeAngelis, 
Backlcr'a Bcw Tarleiy Theatre. 

' Sixteen Suing Jark" is alwsys a fatorite aad 
iu r-i>et lion here la always (otlawcd by big booses, 
rrank Uurtlnar, Oharlea Klmlo aad Miss Kmma 
Cooper to-nighk. 
Talw« Opera Beaae. 

Jake Ws)lir« su-1 '*a geollcinso of Ban Pran- 
ciaeo (iTe a >>Atijo du->t to-nlgb>. the Japs are on 
«ha bill and Parker and Woad glre their aet of 
"The Herrr Boas of Momas.** 
Waedward'a (iardmi. 

Tbe Tcrrfisicboruaii Wonders, the Allen Sisters, 
MJe. MsJeliul on the Uspese, Blaochette? the 
excelsior Contortiuni^t acd the Variety Troupe Sat- 
urday an 1 Sun'lay. The beautiful Rtanhopea 
Oculata is in bloom Mission Dolores Sunday 
School PisBlo. Ttaorsdar. 
Males. 

The following is the route of the Royal lUuaion- 
isu . San Jose. i. 6. 7; atocktan. S. 9i 10; Bacia- 
nea'o. It. U. 14. Marytvilte. O. 16; Chleo. 17; Graas 
Valley. I». 10. Nevada City. SI; Carsoa. 33. M, Vlr- 
•inla City. June Klh, one wrak; Salt Lake, July 4. 
ft, 6; and back for Australia per Julg steamer, under 
management of Coppin 4 Co 

From manysigaa and tokens it is evident that 
8aa Francisco is rapidly becoming one ol the great 
eeaters ol as uaemeot aad the oatarers to ttie pnbUo 
aallvaaing. Oaa evMeoee of this is to be found in 
the iasmenta number •( theatrical celebrities at 
preaeat la t his city, as witness the fallowing list : 
Ohar! q Fechter, resting from his laboca. 
Joha HcOuUoagfa, newly active in managameat. 
Kdwir ^ dams, ea route for Attstralia. 
C H iior. Fred. Thome, Pistol and Fluellea. 
Lawrtoce Barrett, George Rlgaold, the riva] 
Henrys 
Lewis James. Dolce far nieote 
-srton HUl. Harry Edwards. T. V. Keene. Th .-a. 
Magulre ' n Jack, Fred. Bert, Retidant Mag- 



Henry C Jarret, suruamed ■Ughtniag Train 

While ft Keams' DramaUe aad CombiuaUoa 
Troupe will commence their tUth season atAnU- 
oeh. June 19lh 

Mr n. Jarrett leaves for N V en Friday 
BOit . not by lightning train. 

On Monday evening just before Hsnk Small left 
tor .Sacramento, Mr Jarrett preecnled him with a 
handsome gold medal which he had purahased in 
N Y„ with tbe intention of presenting to that en 
gineer who fhoald merit it. The medal is In the 
(arm of a shield of burnished gold surrounded with 
a garter of green enamel inonnted with diamonds. 
The olaep is richly engraved vrlth laurel laavea. On 
the face of the modal is the following iaaetipUon: 
•Traas-ContlnenUl Train' oaeloeing a locomotive 
No 149; on the reverse: "Frosented t« Heory * 
!*m»U by Jarrett k Palmer. Juno 4th. 1876." 



HEKO W«>JB8nir. 



A little maiden read her bocka, 

And oaly loved the more 
Sir Phihp Sidney every d»y, 

Thaa e'en the day before. 

And whan her suiters came to woo, 

She matdied them in bar niiml 
With Philip Sidney, one and aU, 

Bat far tliey tell beliind. 

For thia one lacked the courtlio««8, 

And thia the perfect grace, 
AjuJ thia, the Icarninj; rare and «rido. 

And this, the handsome face. 

And 8) she seat them all awsy, 

But only loved the more 
Sir Philip Sidney every day, 

Thaa she did tbe day before. 

Oh, mailcn of the fancy bri{:ht, 

U it ould only be. 
Sir Philip should hiauelf o'erleap 

For you the eenturiea thie?. 

And coma upon his dou^ty atead 

A sidine to }our giU, 
And fer your favor crave aad »uc, 

And for your answer wait, 

1 weea you'd look bim Ibraush and lliroueb. 

Rut sever kid bim stay; 
In favor o( his fancied self 

You'd send liiinaelf away. 

SAUULK KWl'K. 

EascsOM CoRviLLii is the name 
That's bloi.t with luutcrn Oyster (ime ! 
He I as the finest ever bred. 
And uewly taken from the bed. 
Oysters Bt*»-'d, or Oysters r ast. 
Curried or Fritd, aliko's his boitt ! 
To CoRViLUi's famous SaDOkH KOCK, 
The fashion o( all Frisco flock ! ! ! 

At 415 Pi;.it Strbkt, mind, 

This Hot«l reodezvt us you'll fiud, 

Elkoaxt Privai-k Uooms are Uicm 

To accommodate his Patrons (air. 

Who, as they take Iboir Oysters, smilo 

And bcaiu with pleasure all Itae n-faUe, 

At spprobaiion of the stock 

Ot choice Bival-ves at tbe Sa]H><.B Rock- 

Emursom CoRTtiiiB Is to-day, 

Ijirgtst Importer on tlie Bay, 

And the whole tratlc upon Uie Slope, 

Admit that none vith bim can cope- 

And then for Cl:im3,~»oft or hard nhell,— 

Lobsters and Crabs, aM stj les, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng tlie 

block 
Where stands the bmous Sadh,! Rook. 

Tbe oboicest Cofidiments, tlure, yoa get; 
Finest ot Wnies and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Guinness' Stoat, 
(The two best lines, without a daubt.) 
Of bright Qi inipagno the finest brand ;— 
I^A^&fim ami t3i'><»l»te always on baud. 
^TE CoRftU.ffs uul SaSf- ::t z". othtrs 

you'll mock, — 
For thers are nane can oompare with the 
Saudk EockI 

BMSIifCK Cos villa's .= ABDL«RO0g Oybtbr Sai«oii, 

415 Pine Street, opf9?it^tft?M»rket, <X 
The Colktieyal la»n and Sarins* EUtnk 

CODtpuUT 

This day announce llirough the colamas of 
FiOABo. that a boLk Los Iwm opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and licarui strocte for the purpose of 
making a epeciaUy of Luaniag Hoiicy on Collateral 
Beeurity, such ss diaincnds. silver piste, jewelry, 
etc. Bobjcct tothelcual rate of iut«re«t. namely, 
4 per cent, per moitth. Ileftreuco to the advertis;- 
m.nt will satiafy every one that the lXi«ct«r» of the 
bank Is compused of wesltby and w«ll-known busi- 
ueys men whose names iDauue confldoiico at a 
glanoe, and ar • a puaranlfe that the nffaira ol the 
institation will be conducted faivly and honorably 
The bank iticlf is something that has long been 
needed, and those who ere unfortunate la stocks 
etc., will now have a hou£e of refuse. w 

The Aalclope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always tho best oj-sters In market 
served up in the best stylo ot cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted o>-ster3 excel any other in 
market KeUblisbed >n 1661. No, 612 Market 
near Montgomery. B 

Horry np Thoae Butter Cakes. 

Who ha« not tried themf New York Butter 

8akes and Coffe tor 10 oents, at Burns Coflce and 
ystcr Balooo, 51T California street, under Califor- 
nia Market Open all hours of the night and day. 
J. H. liuias. Proprietor. * 



The original "Swain's Bakery' isinnr established 
• their ma^ifloent new place at 21S Sutter gtrs>;t 
ear Centre Market, and baa abided a Itnich room 
and Ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
boalocs 

Wky Do Sherwood Bros. 

Grocers, 508 Market street, near Sansome, tell mere 
butter than any other house in the city ? Becaose 
1 500 persons purchase meat In the same store daily, 
t u 11 about and buy butter at U> to N ocau per roll 
cheaper than else where. N o vrond ar . c 

Palmer Bros. 

Have the best assortment 
he city from $J.5) upwards. 



)f Ijneo Suits in 



Jamas W. AUisoa. "in seareh ot talaat.' 



Db. Cuas. C. OTloxKau, (late U. S. A.), offlos 
ard rvaidence b36 Kearny street. Tha troataneait 
of women Sind children a srecialtv. s 

» 

Prcsh and Bwect. 

For the best con{eoH3nerT,-«ro to Cantj's, for 
merly Canty & Wazner's, 107 Itontsomery St, 

Orders coma in (r(>m all quarters (or (he Stan- 
dard Shirts- Tbe pobllo appreciate tlieoi. i 



BplritnalUIng Scaaces. 

Mra C. M. Sawyer, the Materlalin 



Spiritual 



Medium, will hold seances at 13 Ttalrd 9lnat, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thoraday at 1\ o'clock, * 

Ptae WateheA. 

Tbe beat goola at the loweit prices, at Q- A 
Callender'a, con'.cr o< Second ioA Mission. A 
one aasortmeat i>( chaina, Jewolry, etc CaU and 
examine. &-f 

Wade's Opera Hoase. 

The best of Opera Glaates (or rent at tbe stand, 
at *Jie foot ol tbe stairs, in the vcatibnle. ' 



Tyrolcaa Caaeert. 

Also other performances. 
TiToli Gardens, northwest comer 
tOB s'nela. Admlaaloo tree. 



even night at the 
nei Sutter and Stock- 



AVSTRAUAN NOTES. 

Mblboosmb, May Zd, 1876. 
"Society" plays appear to be favorites 
with Melbourne playgoers. When they 
were first introduced by the management 
of the Theatre Royal sometime since they 
drew well, and the new ones, " Our 
Boys' and "Married in Haste," bid fair 
to be even more saccassful. The run of 
six weeki which "Our Boys" secured wa-s 
quite an unusual thing for legitimate com- 
edy in Melbourne, and the acting of Mr. 
Lingard, aa the retired batterman, was 
just as exocptional- There are a number 
of ecceatric comedy characters wljich will 
always be remembered in Melbourne, and 
Perkin Middlewick, as played by Mr. 
Lingard, will take its place among them. 
"Married in Haste" was performed for the 
second time last evening most satisfactor- 
ily. It give Mi^a Alice Dunning (Lin- 
dard) as good an opportunity as she had in 
"Our Boys," and her performance in sev- 
aral scenes is most admirable. She is, as 
i^9 deserves to be, a great favorite with 
the audience, 

DuHlDiH, N, Z,, ApKl 10th. 

The Simonsen Royal English Opera 
Company hare terminated a most fortun- 
ate season of twenty -six nights here. Last 
Friday they produced one of their new 
0{>era« — "The Hermit's Bell," by Maillart 
and it proved the most unqtialified suc- 
cess of the season. At least half a dozen 
of the pieces in it were encored, and 
Madame Simonsen and Mr, Morley were 
recalled in the secoud act three times after 
the duet, "Call Me Pretty." The week 
before last they played "Madame Angot" 
six times in succession, which, considering 
the very limited population here, and es- 
pecially the theatre-going part of it, is 
most encouraging. On Tuesday, the 11th, 
they leave for Christchurch, where they 
are to open on the 12th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell are playing to very 
good audiences in Inreroargill, and Mrs, 
and Mrs. Hoskins play in Christchnrch 
undl the Simonsen Company open. 

The new theatre will be finished in a 
month, at which nobody will be sorry, for 
the lessees of the old theatre have had it 
moet unpleasantly their own way, while 
their monopoly ba« lasted. 

Adhlaide, April 18th. 
Mr. Towers has settled his unpleasant 
dififerences with the press. On Monday 
night he produced " The Shaughraun," 
with Mr. Whe,%tleigh in the principal 
character, to the largest house tliat was 
ever known to be in th* theatre. "Sara- 
toga" did not 6nd much favor either with 
public or press, soiae of the latter of whom 
discovered it to b« a rery "immoral" play. 
The opiuion generally held of the ooropany 
does not seem to be high. 

In the eeuntry. Burton and Taylor's Cir- 
cus is exporienoing an extraordinary suc- 
cess, for all that the weather has broken 
up, and that they have to travel through 
mud an<j. rain, Owing to the iuclem^ncy 
of the elements, they sometimes arrive 
at a place much later than they expected, 
and it is probably 10 o'clock at night be- 
fore the tent is up. But the audience wait 
outside with exemplary patience, and 
throng in as soon as the seats are fixed, 
with an evident determination to enjoy 
themselves. On a recent occasion it was 
I o'clock in the morning before the per- 
formance wa» over, and many of the spec- 
tators had to ride home miles in the rain. 
But they all seemed as cheerful as if 
there were nothing but sunshine in the 
world, and they had no further distance to 
go than iuto the naxt street. 

SyDNHY, Apuil 18th. 
At the Theatre Royal "The StreeU of 
New York' gave way to "The Lady of 
Lyons," Mr- Cbaplin playing Claude, and 
Miss Chambers Pauline, "Ingomar" was 
played on Thursday, Mr. Chaplin being 
the barbarian and Miss Tilly Andrews 
Parthenia. Of Mr. Chaplin 1 have but to 
say nothing; but of MiM Andrews 1 might 
say a good deal, in the way of commen- 
dation, without saying too much. 

At the Victoria on Thursday, Nell per 
formed Fidelia for tha beasfit of the widow 
and orphans of a fireman, and was pre- 
sented with another medaL On Good 
Friday she made her final appearance in 
Sydney - for the present — and sang in a 
sacred concert ! On Saturd.iy Mile. Le- 
grand made her reappearance in Sydney, 
at the Victoria, in "Adrienne Lecouvreur," 
but a the public had not quite recovered 
from Nell's sacred singing »n tha pre'vioiu 
e\'ening, there was no audience. Except 
Madamoisella, however, nobody seemed to 
know anything of the parts that were 
played. 

The Variety people at the Queea's are 
halding well their own, and Wilson's Cir- 
otu has opened with aa eelai that promises 
a prosperaus season. The tent holds nearly 
4,000 people, aad the appointments are 
mora thon aetaphorieally "gorgeous." 
Smith's Combination, which openad at the 
School of Arts on Saturday night, is not 
•o good as Mr, Smith usually offers to the 



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AXL DEALERS 

MANUFACTUl 



METROPOLITAN THEATRJ 

SACRAMENTO. 

Tliis very dealrable property fg located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and Is 80 
feet on K stroet by 160 deep, running to tbe 
alley in the rear. The "Theatre is a very good one, 
and is well stocked with scenery asid aU tbe appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts arc now between $S00 and $800 per 
month. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like the bnildkig in question: but 
this desirable property can be bonsht for $ii3,000 
cash. Parties wishing to negotiate rur the theatre 
can write to W. K. MORROI*, Saeramenta 

Vr. K. MOERO'W, 
For Bent.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writicg to above address. W K. 
M(»RROW. de24-t{ 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. £ STEAMERS. 

... AMDTHS- .. 

FULTON & GITEIiI«VIII.E R. B. CO. 

Change of Time. 

Ob and aftor Moiid»y, Maj 29> 1876, 

Uie Steamer JAUK3 M. iHiNAHDE, Cai>tain W. 
Warner, will leave Green&treet Wharf dally (&an- 
d»yB excepted] at 7 A. n and 3 P. u., coQDectiDg 
at Donahue LaudJog with the cars fur Fetaluma, 
CloT«rdale and way stations. Tbe oars will ieare 
OloTcrdale daily tSaDdaysexaepted] at 8 a, h. and 
3:90 P. M., ooDuecting witii steamer at Donahue for 
San Fraucisca Close ooune«tloiis made at Pulton 
witb the Pulton and Gceroville Road for KoebeU'a 
MUta and llcnio Qrouuds aiid tennlniu of the road. 
Bhortcstand quickest route t<i the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close sta^e 
coDnootiona made for Lttton's. Sksf^gs* Mark West. 
Santa Rosa Whito Suli'hur, Bartlett's, Highland 
and Harben'fi Bprmga. Also, ^Jtneh. Point Arena. 
8abast<>r>4'l* Bodeztk, Duacan's Mills, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake. Mendocino, I'etrided Forest and Quick- 
ailver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS— The Steamer leaves 
Orteu-stroet wharf Sunday morning at 8 a. m. 
Coiiuc-cta with cars at Donahue for Clovcrdale and 
all stations on tbo rood. Returning, will arrive in 
Ban Francisco Sunday, 7.'20 P. M. Bxcajrsion Tick- 
ets ("Old on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 i*. m. 
P. DONAHUW. iTosJOei-t 

A A. BEAN. General Snperintendent. 

P. H. UKRDKS. Uen'i P. & V. .\«% 
General Office, 426 MontgomeiT street. 6ui 



Francisco. 



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And &U kincU of Printing for 

8hovv9y Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres^ 

Excursions, &c. 

AT IX)^ BATK6, BT 

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532 CLAT STHEST. 



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No. 213 Slonleoiaery Street, 

Buss House Block, ^n Francisco 

R. B. STEWART. Proprietor, 
N. B.— Baloon ojwii all ni«ht. ap2MI 



THE C^PS OES ART I3T£? 

Corner of ttusU and Dupont 8t8., 
Under the Poodle- Doa Rcataoraat. 

(Sumamed the French Hercules), Proprietor. 
The Best «n«llty .of Wine*, l-Iqaora, 

and Oigara on band 




PRINTERS 



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LINDSEY & OESTfRHEICHEP, 

Real Estate Agents ond House 
BroKers, 

339 EEARNY 8TRKET, 
■WUl take fnU chorse of propert-r for 

parties wishing to leave the State, ond mil give 
bonda if rtouked- By permlnsion «e refej to the 
followiDg iianiMl nentlemen : A. J. I.KIAKI, 
Mayor; W. P. IIIJMPIIKKVS, Surveyor. J. 
yitiv.i.\S», Brewer; .lOHN « ALVi.KT. 
BuildBT; FUA!«K. KAICI', C.pltaliit, myl9-tf. 



Wood's Opera House. 

LOS ANGELES, CALA. 

A. a. RYAN & CO Proprietors 

COL J. U. WOOD Bosineaa Manager 

Thl» Kew Thratre wUl onen on or 

about May 15th, as a first-claas Variety Theatre. 
Beating o»padty. 700; sUge. 3*rM feet— the large.it 
ataee of auv theatre In tb^ city, vrlth back and s'de 
galleriea. Wanted, at -.-U times, first class Variety 
PeoulB, also an A No. 1 Btajo Manager. Oron all 
tbe yaar ronnd. Address COL. J. H. WOOD 
Uusinees Manager Wood's Opera Hoo=e. 

P. 6.— Would like to bear from al Irn; old Com- 
p*aj. i&yll-lat 

OPER4 HOnSB, 

•AN JO«K. OAL.JL. 

This Beantlfnl and Ifewty Menorate 

Tbeatrs La to be let by the Night, Week, or Uonth 
at tyawonaMfl twnpa. 
Jali4f (i. BROUASKA. Proprlatot 



$3' 



PrtntlBR Pre«««8 

FOB BOYS 
'AND BUSINESS ICEN, 

AT THB 

City Novelty Company 42S 
Waahlngton St., S. V. 

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ZIMMERMANN'l 

GARDE]S 

OAKLAND. 

The lUanasenK'nt of the above 

respectfully announce to their friends 
public generally, that theee Gardens ha 
gone extenBive and elegant rettaire, havi 
large and very fine 

Dancing and Musical P: 

which has been thrown open to he pc 
numerous other attractions, such as Sbo< 
leries. Bowling Alleys, flings, etc A fin 

Orchestra and B 

WUl be in attendance every SunJ 
day and evening. 

All Alameda Trains slop at cor. 

and EUls Sis., near the Hard 

SIMON & BRECK, Prop 

ADUISSIO.W, li CEM> 

P. 8.— Special Terma made with Socio 
for Picnics. 



JUST ISSUi:D-200th EDH 

ANHOO 

KEVISKD AND CORRB<-rfei> BT TBE AU' 

E. DE V. CUKT19. M. D.. etc. 

A Me^llcal Fsnaj on flie Tanse an 

it premature decline in man, showing ho^ 
is lost and how regained, it gives a clear 
of thelropcdlments to marriage, the treat 
uerrons and |ihysical dubility. exhausted 
and all other diseases appertaining thereto 
suit of twenty ycard sdcce£sf\il practice 

CURTIS ON '•BIANHOOD.''. Therelj/i 
ber of society by whom thia t>ook will no**/ 
uaeful, wh' thcr he be parent, preceptor" o 
man.— Xo7idoti T\jr*<9. 

Price — One Dollar, bj- mail or expri^es 
the author BR. CURTIS, 520 Sutter at 
PostofScw Box ^7, San Francisco. Cal. 



RUPTURE. 



Use no M<»re MetaUte Trns8< 

iNo more suffering from Iron Boops orsi 
lanringa. DR. ROWK'3 PATENT EL 
ITIO truss la worn with ease and com 
Toight and day. and will, and has perfgr 
lioai ctires when all others have h 
if yon are ruptured, try oi 
3R. ROWE'3 comfortable elartlc 
■anoes; you wilt never regret it. S 
ELASTIC TRUSS COACPANY. 60 
Brameoto street. jal 

L08T US, HAVE Y 

WELL YOU CAN PINT) US AI 

No« 25 Kearny 

Between Harlret and Post, 

With a Fine Line o< CLOTHS to be ma 
the best style, under tha resrular prices. T 
aasortment SHIRTS and FUENiSHlKG ' 

BENEDICT Se SUITH. 

Formerly a* Ko, 'A Second Stri 

mrl4-tf 

THE PERFORATE 
FRfiCTtOINSAl. BE 

....FOH...- 

Rhemuatlsin, Xjiuutiago and K 
Complaint. 

It is All F,l»stlc and Pcrfora*ed, has all 
qualities of tbe Porous Plaster, nnd fupi 
affected parts at tbe Eame time. The IMf 

Elastic Support Bt 

la uuequftUed as an Abdominal ard Spinal 
either for ladiee or gentlemen, ard is high 
mended by all physidans aa the best eupp( 
presented to the public. 

Orders rec^-ived for DR. ROWEUS F 
TRUSS, for the radical cure of RUPTUR 
605 Sacramento Street, Sab Fru 

Send sta mp for Circolars , 

MASONIC TEMtPLE BA 

NO. 10 POST ST., SAN FRANOlo 

Vapor, Hut Air. 8team, EIe<i 

Chemical, Sulphtir. Mercurial, Acid, Arti; 
and other Baths, (or the preservation o 
and Cure of InvAUds. 

OXYGEN INHALATIONS. — For 
Throat, Lnn?. Nervois and Mental Diseaa 
■SOLAR P.AY SURGERY.'-Romov 
Marks, India luk. Moles, Abnormal Gro 
dlscolorations. 

Dr. BROWN'S REMBDY FOE CAI 
Promp', ofUcleut, and almost painless. 1 
dosperate cases are invited. No Pay requi 
a cure is effeoted. 

DB. D. C. and MRS. MOOI 
my25-3nl 10 P<»' 



Tlvoli Concert Gardens, 

N. TT. cor. SotKr antl litucklon sfs. 



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•3S WanblnartoB atr«et, 

below Eearoy. PRICES R&, 
DUCED: Balha, 25 ceiita. fihav-' 
Ibs, 25 cents. liair cnttintr, 25 
cents, Bbampooinn, 25 cents. 
Medicated Bftttif ec S-tf ■^fPr 

N. W. Corner EULt and Powell 

BEST BRANDS OP 

Wines, Liquors & Ci( 

W. E. ROGERS, Proprietor 

OEOROB MAYES, 
Dealer In Ojsters, Clams, and 

aU tiDda of SHELL FISH. BUUs Nob. 
M, 4l,4'i.C&lltomia Market, entracoa 
on Califemia street. 

Public or private [lartles and families 
tK»a 8 a. M. to 12 P M. Ladies' and Ge: 
Oyater Boo ms open trom « a. M to 12 P M 



ARO X:\iCRyWHERE 

J\EO 1b Programme of the 

bi'-es. 

jAlRO 18 dtetributed trke ot- 

isre throughout the business 

^33 3f San Francisco, 

IKRO U well oixoulated everi 

n Oaklani 

1 .VRO is pi jced in hands of the 

i^era by the Oyerlaud Tram 

j! lio It &■ tributed ia Sacr»- 
o 'M-M da? in the week. 
JAKU iB miUed every day to 
e prlndpal hotels on the Paoifio 




Here. Tbere and Everywhere," 



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SAJr FRANCISCO, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1816 



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Tuira's ITew Theatre. 

:iuh Street, between Honteomery and Kearny. 

IBER TS.. . .^... .^. Lehseb ani>Mak»oer 

LND EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEK, 

iSiiL.A.'rrr iwic>¥i.C3r.A.zvi '/s 

ART E.KHIBITIO^f OF 

ing Classic Statuary ! 
NDERFUL COMBINATION! 

i-.^I=8.T I. 

3I.UE ST. JOHN I\ A ROVOill^T OF SPECIALTIES 




The Woricrfr.l Prodi 

bert aucl Little Joe Oa^vthorn 

eir Original Act, "THE IRISH AND DUTCH EMKJR.^NT." 
NUMBER TWO- 

The Slave Maplset, 

mlerul ORRIN BROTHERS iu their Athletic Exercise, entitled 
NUMBKR THREE- 

J^Jiss Ulaiiclie Stel-vr.yn 

teat oi aM Living Representatives of the Young Swells of the Day, iu 
the following Songs— 

Should Make Tlire Sad, Ourlliie ?" "ilUdebrandt 
^^lW<m tros^ r ' "yjull^ 1^ 

Ben <7iltoil 

, his Song«_ and Pance^.^^^^^ 

NUltBER FOUR- 

G Olj-ciistlgii 30. I^g:^x*-t-y;arst_. 

PART II, 

on Cll ESTRA 

IK Ills MirSK IL SELECTIONS 



QEM3 

from 

aU 

the 

Operks 

eaa 

be 

bad 

at 

3HEaMAJ< 

& 
Htdb's 

Muslo 
Store, 

comer 

of 
Kearny 

and 
Sutter 

Sta 



California Theatre. 

tsn. JOHN McCtTLLOUGH PaorRisroa and Manaqeb 

MR. IJARTON UIIL AtTiNO Manaokk 

Robert M. Ebbrle... Stage Manager I Ohaa. Sohulti Miuloal Director 

JouN ToRRBNCK Machinist T. J. French Treasiuor 

W. T. POKTEB Scenic Artist I Mauti.s Jovok Business Maiuutor 

fmSJBVENING^ 

Bv arrangement with MESSRS. JAKRETT & PALMER, Managers 

of Booth's Theatre. New York, SHAKSPEAKE'S 

Grand Historical Piay, 




IIRE. 

I.FKED LISTON. 



NUMBER FIVE 

WIPTATIOW OF S''. 



AMTHONY. 



J>lcl>Og4Mr^.<_jj«MI'l^^^^^ 

lNLAN and CROXIN in then- orijLnal Irish .Sketch Entitled 

a in a Tenement House. 

O'HOOLTHAN WM SCANLAN 

OHOOLIH AN WM. CRONIN 

OHOOLIHAN MI.SS WHITE 

Y FLYNN BEN GILPOIL 

)V MASTER TRACY 

Nr.UUNALU, The Infant I'rotimy 

The wh-jle to conclude with the Trrum()h of Art, 

e SHOyBTSSR OF CSQIall 

ery and Grouping of these sublimely beautiful pictures by MR. CHA3. 

aRAHAM, late associcte of MATT. MORGAN, 
laratioa the reftlixation of Tobv Rosenthal's exquisite picture, 

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Will be (fiven in its entirety, including all the Superb Sconfry, Dalii,'hUul 

Music, its wonnderful Auxiliary force of Two Hundred in Uraud 

Tibleaux, Batt!e Scenes and Pjweessions. 

KING HENRY V LAWRENCE BARRETT 

Romor as Chorus BUhh Ellle Wilton 

MuJic of Glostcr.. [Brothers tof Frank Klliiur 

Duke of Bedford. ; the King I I. I>arker 

l>uke nf Exeicr, Uncle to the King Henry Etiwnnis 

Uukr of York, Cousin to the King F, Joncx 

Earl of Sal l.s burr It. Uciin 

Earl of We8<inorrlaad E. N. TlinyM- 

Ea rl of W ar wick W , Hlckn 

Arohl>i.<.b»|> of Canterbury S. W. Erncii 

Btsho]> of Ely II. M.irh 1 1 ii 

Earl of I'auibridKel Conspirators i Mi*. Evfi-rtl 

Lord .^<*roop v against < R. llon.iriiiiia 

Sir llionias firey..) the King. (. Ilriir) liiiiil 

S4r Tbonia»« Eriiinciiaiu Waltrr i.rnuiu 

Gowcr 1 Officers of ( Mr. Kriiillt'} 

Macntorii.^ VKiug Henry's.< Frank Km 

Fliiciica..J Army. I Fredcrlrk Tlioriii'. 

Jaiiiey Mr. nurrit y 

^tllliHinit'l Soldiers in ( T. W. Kociic 

Kates VKiQg Henry's-^ T. Fiaiik 

Court ) Army, (. Saniiirl l^:lli<ill 

IMynj 1 Formerly Servants to Murry Woods 

BardolDh. >Falstaff, now Soidiers iu-J W. A. ♦Ie*»ia>rr 

i*istol ) King Henry's Array. C C. B. Ulsliop 

Boy, Servant to the above Frank I. If 14c 

A iierald .1. ./olinson 

4'harl(«« Tl., King of France Jolin Milson 

Louifi. the Dauphin J, /V. l.oilK 

IMike of Biirsnndy Mr. Stcplirns 

Oiike o f Orl<-itn8 N ci.toii ll<'<Ji rr 

l>iike of BonrUoi! I'. Clashy 

A Fi'cudi Soldiicr Mons. Victor 

flic <'onslal>lc of France Mr. Ilorr 

l£anil>urr.s, ) French f Albert West 

<;i'niid]>r(', f Lords. ( Artbiir WcUsc 

fcoveniorof Ilartlenr Ht. Krily 

VIonlioT, a French Htrald W, Foster 

Tbf Itislioi) of Bonrges Mr. .Ir.incs 

Filncoss Kalherine Mile. Louise Doiel 

name ttuSckly. {Pistol's Wife}, an Hostess Mrsi. C. IC. Saunileix 

L«abel, Queen of France ^ Ml.ss Mattgie Chani<MT» 

Alice, a Lady attendent upon Princess Katherine 

r Mile. «;abrlclle »u Sanld 

Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries. Nobles, Page?, Ladies of the Court, .Sol- 
diers, Citizens, Etc.. by over TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARIES. 

S^yuopsis of ftScener^r. 

ACT l~The English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2 -The Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 3 -Battle of Agincourt. 

ACT 4-Hfstorical Episode, Reception of King Henry 'V. 

on Entering London after the Battle. 
ACT S-Espousal of Henry V. and Princess Katherine. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, -J UIIE 10th 

FIRST HENRY FIFTH MATINEE 



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street 



OPERA HOUSE. 

Bn<b Street, between M«atcoairry .ad Hraraj. 

il^£i!JLiL!L:'Ll'^3'^^I-'-vi-i--r -■■■•• ■■•■■'•■■" >> »«.»..» 

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Programme for this Evening. 

PAIIT FIHST CRAM) VOCAL AND ISSTKt MKNTAI. IX.NOKHT 

ntroflHclorT Of rrlnre H«>BMIK«\1I •■< liF).TB.A 

Ballad Robin Tell kllllr I'm toMlat ■• T TtRMILl 

Conilr Suns WlllJiuirs R>Nt«TT«^ 

Ballad Itrinu hiirk Ibr Old > nlk» C. a, FRI III RKIaK 

I'otuir Soma Full iUwb ynur »r.| RILI 1 • «li ii«»% 

Ballad loo'll Sovn lorKCI Kalklrrn M. ||. TULA 

Df>CHII'TIVK UNALK 

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8»iil a Frenchman to u» the other day, 
•" v»t you oall 'Tommy, M»ke Room for 
Ymir Uncle ' I« he a 'coraique' »ong V " 
We confess we found it difficult to answer 
the native of Gaul, and yet were unwilling 
to plead ignorance. We proi-ured a dic- 
tionary or guide to musical terms, and with 
itn help managed to explain to our friend 
that a comic song was a metrical version 
of some droll or grotesque incident set to 
flowing and lively music. Happily 
our querist was satisfied, and we were 
spared an examination of that profund 
specimen of musical genius " Tommy, 
Make Koom for Your Uncle," which has, 
pcrhai>s, been heard more frequently in a 
given space of time than any other melody 
ever composed. It is not a little singular 
to recall the songs which have been the 
rage. Years ago "Pop (Joes the Weasel" 
was on the li|)s of the whole town. "The 
Perfect Cure" had its share of popularity, 
but everybody could not dance as well as 
sing. Some years back sentiment was up- 
permost, and everybody remembers how 
that plaintive ditty "Love Not" was to 
be heard in all the quiet streets from dawn 
tilt midnight But sentimeat has appar- 
ently quite gone out, and the comic singerx 
of the music balls speedily spread abroad 
such ditties as "Tommy Make Koom for 
You Uncle," to the bewilderment of for- 
eign visitors who sometimes inquire if they 
have any political signiKcation. If there 
id any dark meaning concealed in the verses 
of that popular song, perhaps the author 
may now be tempted to make it public. 
The most favorite kind of comic song a 
few years ago was a mixture of vocaliza- 
tion and patter. Tlie performer would 
sing a verse frequently to a very doleful 
tunc, and then give a quantity of what was 
intended to be sometimes was- funny 
talk. The jilace of that minstrel it sup- 
plied in these days by the topical vocalist, 
who generally manages to get hold of good 
stirring melody, and rattles off half a score 
of verses, introducing frequently, with 
considerable drollery, the chief events of 
the day. The topical song has almost 
driven the old fashioned comic song out of 
the field, and even our old friend the hu- 
morous Irishman's comic ditties are few 
and far between. 

Id Italy comic opera seems to have the 
iole patent for the comic song. In scores 
of operas we find the same pattern of buffo 
song, and since Hossiui's day every one is 
modelled after those of the great composer 
of '-n Barbiere," whose 'Largo al fac- 
totum' is in reality a comic song of the 
firat water. It fully bears ont the defini- 
tion we have already given, that of a droll 
incident versified and set to lively and 
flowing music. Rossini has also written 
several genuine comic songs for the draw- 
ing room. It might be thought that a peo- 
ple so gay and mercuiial as the French 
would have an ample stock of comic songs, 
but in reality they are rather scarce. The 
comic song of the Vaudeville is rarely any- 
thing but a aere jingle of common-place 
rhymes. 

French comic songs of the more popu- 
lar sort, those to be heard at fetes or open 
air festivities, have little to recommend 
them to American taste. Our comic nongs 
have, it is true, fallen low enough, but in 
these there is an unclean element super- 
aded. It is almost always the story cf » 
pretty wife who is faithless to her spoiiKe, 
and who gets into peri)etual scrapes through 
encouraging her lover on the premises 
when her husband is away from home. 
The more ingenious the exjieriments to 
conceal the favortd one, and the more com- 
pletely the husbaud it hoodwinked, the 
greater, of course, is the success of the 
aong. Sometimes other themes are e:n 
ployed, but the song is seldom funny unless 
immoral. 

The Germans hare perhaps, the most 
labored comic sorgs of any on the face of 
the globe. Te.-y seldom, indeed, is there 
Buything in them at which an American 
would smile. The most extraordinary sub- 
' > are chosen. We remember one 
V „.rh had for iu theme the experiences of 
Noah at the Delage. Can anythi.g be 
imagined less likely to inspire an American 
writer. Why Thomas Hood himself would 
h.i V make anything funny out of the 
dc...^e; wit would be washed away and 
drollery sink into an watery grave at the 



in a comic song in the Fatherland, yet take 
him to another country and he often be- 
comes a very droll customer. The large 
influx of the German population into this 
couctry has afforded considerable scope to 
the humorist The "Hans Breitman Bal- 
lads'' are a good example of the comic ele- 
ment in the German emigrant The mix- 
ture of Teutonic stolidity with Yankee 
smartness makes some of these ballads ex- 
ceedingly droll. Still they cannot really be 
called eomic songs. To hear a genuine 
comic song one must get alongside a party 
of those German emigrants after the third 
filling of the meerschaum, and about the 
tenth draught of lager beer. Very quaint 
ditties may be heard at such times. 



SH tKSI>EBK-.8 MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE. 



The Shakespeiian critics have entered 
a new domain, and, while acknowledging 
the goueral soundnees of Bhakspere's 
knowledge in the matter of medical science 
they point out two or three instances where 
he was in error. The most important is 
that relating to the death of Desdemona. 
This death, as it will be remembered, was 
caused by smothering, or in technical 
language, a-s'phyxia. Now it is claimed that 
if one be smothered the breathing ceases, 
and, if it return, then all present danger 
is past. Yet in the play Desdemona is re- 
prsented as speaking to Emilia after the 
act of smothering is over, though she after- 
ward dies. Although it is a recent French 
writer who presents these critical views, 
they seem to have been anticipated by 
those having in charge the editing of the 
poet's work. An edition now bef»e us, 
bearing the imprint of Phillips, yampson 
&, Company, Boston, 18.54, centains the 
following foot note : "It is supposed that 
some theatrical direction has been omitted, 
and that when Othello says, 'So so,' be 
then stabs her. After the repetition of 
wounds, Desdemona might speak again 
with propriety, and yet very soon expire." 
Against this view, however, the later critic 
is fortified by the preceding text, in which 
the Moor, impressed, even in his dark 
mood, by the physical graces of Desde- 
mona, is led to say, laying aside his sword: 
. Yet I'll aot ihad her blood, 
Nor scar that whiter skis of liere than snow, 
And smooth Ae moDUnieatal alsbaster. 

So far, therefore, it would appear that the 
poet, in his desire to add a radiance to the 
character of his heroine, forgot the claims 
of science- which forbids one whose death 
was so caused to speak, even though 
prompted by a desire to shield her lord 
from blame. 

('oncerning these remarks the Boston 
Courier says : 

On the fourth page of this paper will be 
found a short paragraph with the caption, 
Sbakspere'n Medical Knowledge, iu which 
!■* presented the theory of a recent French 
critic that the great dramatist blundered 
when he makes Desdemona speak after 
the act of pmothering is over, the euppo- 
sitioB that Othello stabs her, after hearing 
the cry of Emilia for admittance to the 
chamber, being rejected because of the 
lines spoken by the Moor at the beginning 
of the scene : 

. . Yet I'U not shed her blood. 
Nor scar that whiter skin of hers than snow, 
And imooth aa moDamental alabaster. 

This certainly shows that Othello's 
original intention was not to shed her 
blood, but it should be remembered that 
his moo<r changes after he listens, as he 
believes, to his wife's perjury : 

T>u I Dever did 

Offead you in my life ; never loved Casslo 
But vith such general warranty of heaven 
Al I might love ; I qerer gave him token. 

OiA. By heaven ' I saw my handkerchief is '■ 
land. 
O perjured woui^n I thou dost stone my heart. 
And make^t me call what I intend to do 
A marder, which I thought a sacrifice : 
> saw the handkerchief. 

This expressed alteration in Othelo'e feel 
ing towards Desdemona, coupled with the 
natural desire to finish the dreadful deed 
before the clamoring Emilia gains admiss- 
ion to the room, sufficiently disposes of the 
assumption that the dagger could not have 
been nsed because at first he revolted at 
scaring the white skin of the beautiful wo- 
man whom he loved, not wisely, but too 
well But if this were not conclusive, the 
words which immediately precede Emilia's 
second outcry explicitly indicate the act of 
stabbing : 

I wgmld not ha^e thee linger ia thy pain : 
I tiiat am cruel am jet merclfu] ; 
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TUWH. 'W'JI.U. Cfaalraaui, 

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A the test Songs next Satardsy KlghK 
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124 X^lftla, Streoti 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Riding Academy, 

AND.... 

LITEKV STABLE. 




With some opiral, to take a half-interesi 

s atzum: A 

ROYAL JAPANESE TROl 

To Tiavel Throngh Europe; a 

cliance fur a person who likes traveling 
make money sure and quick. Apply in p© 

ch;arles i>ekm 

Proprietor and Ilanaser, 

At the Humboldt Hotel Fifteenth street, 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'clocl 
afternoon. Principals only need apply. 



YOUR SPIRI 

Friends fan be Seen by Attendl 

Seances of the GREATFST MATERIA 
MEDIUM in the world, 

MRS. C. M. SAW\ 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW HA: 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, 80 AS TO BE 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEN 



Honest investigators call and see for th 
every evening except Monday and ThursdE 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 1 
street near Market. Seances begin at 1\ i 



FOR A GOOD 5 CBNT GL&2 

BEER, ALE OE PORTER, 




SW 

MARKET &3":.° ST" 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars of tl 
Qnallty. 



ITALIAN RIl^SICAL INSTI 

DERECTEB BY,,,. 

Prof. D.^perar 

Lessons on the Piano and in SJ 

1800 STOCKTON STBEET, S. 



^OySTERJOUSE, 

MARKET STBEET ABOVE P' 

The best Oysters, Chops, Boasts and 
the marliet. Private appartments for Fan 
Ladies. Family orders delivered to re6}d( 
of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. S. SMITH, Fro] 



CLAY-STREET 

RIDINti ACADEMY, 

839 Clay Street, eor. 
Stockton. 

This is the most elegant 
and commodious Riding 
Academy in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particu- 
lar attention paid to teachiiig beginners' 

se24 A MARSHALL, 




SILVER & FABENS 

Designers and Engravers on 

532 Clay St., (Sterett'§ Printing < 

BUILDINGS, LETTERHEADS, MONO 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, E 

Plain, or in a Variety of C 

fell-lm 




First-Class UENTISTRV for less 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at come 
Itet and Stockton than an first-class Den 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain 1 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
fe8-3m COCHRANE ft RICH 



ONE MILLIO?^ 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOODS 
736, 7^8, 730 and 739 



Advetisers. Take He 

I am di8tril>ntiii(e CardH, C\ 

Handbills, etc., on the route between nert 
ramento — both by the Valleio and Stockt 
including all way towns, and am jjrepar 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms modOT 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.— I c^xx ref 
mission to the proprietors of the Ame 
change Hotel anu the Publisher of FioAJ 
manner in which I df their work. 



Palace Opera Ho 

Corner Mis-sion and New Montgoir^ej 



^jsexx f OX- Tlk.e Sec» 



Ladles and Gentlemen of a< 

edged ability desiring permanent eng 
Specialty Artists and ririt-Class Varie 
will please address or apply, from II to 
above, to MATT KBLLY, Stage J 

N. B. Wanted immediately a FIRS 
STAGE MACHINIST and a GOOD PR 
MA.nTER. 



.A.. :dtt:bcxj e 

DRIIGCI^T AND CBEMIS 

SOLE AGENT OF 

Ricord's Specific & Vel| 



RBA SANTA 

rROCHES 

agthen the Voice and 
Believe Cough. 

. SEARBY. DRUGGIST. 

9 Market St. 

te Bildwin's Theatre; also, 
ler Folsoin and Fifth Sts. 




■Here, There and Everywhere." 



EstaUiahed 186& 



SAN FRAKOIBGO, THURSDAT JUNE 8. 1876. 



VOL. XXIIL 



A 
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... FOR A 

STYLISH ' r 



Got op of IWHwt > 

CMJU 

U lUrrt mtrrr 






IDE'S OPEHA HOUSE 

«i83ion street, between Third and Fourth. 

-,.- ,,. RFRT Lesskk anb Manaqbr 

r _..„„ :""."!". Stase .Mara/er 



..JUWE 8 



EVENING - 

RE\T ST;CCEbS OF THE YOUNG ENGLISH TK.VGKUl.VN, 

30. n.i03Nroii..i:> 

IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OK 



>r. The Battle of Agincourt. 

EXRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

Gl"«ster....'..'Ibrotl.er8 tothel Mr "■• J^^on 

Ki-arord I King 1 jM ¥41^1.1. 

V^rk... Cousin to the Iil»l5 »'5;."£'„1«:r.' 

lill.-iiury 

tcsiiiiurelanrt 



.Mr. Kcntly 
J. 'tVilkOK 



l*;V^i?K v■■::::::.:\^:^:v:::::::::■^■'■nr: Money 

I Tl V .... .T.'. ............ ... M r. >«-.v ion 

I'itinUrldsc I conspirators against I j;, I?, Blr«l 

;','.?« r,LV ""* ^^^- ■.■.'.'.'.■."■.'.Mr. Wallon 

uw Krplugham officers in King iiT'l/onsdale 

;,■• Henry's Army ;;;;".. j. M. Wiirrf 

•* ' Wiu. Soallen 

*■ <'. Lrrlon 

j i" L. Paul 

:;:: SoWieni in King Henry's Army j *H\*Mor*eYM 

i"' ■".■.".■.Mrri'oldthwalte 

.■.'.■.■.■.■.■fFomeriy's^intetoFiisi^, I tteorRe OopUlll 

h Now Soldisrsin King j!!i.„ 5V?k 

Henr/s Army. I •••-■•:•'">" "••f. 

iei-Tant to the aborc Mis* ««"Vr"''j»irrii.n 

do-r/froni tihas: Vi::.'...'.'.'.'.'.".'..' ■.■.'.■.■.' '■'■'■'■'■'■'■'■ ■■^^- ^fen 
VI Klnuof France F J lluckl^ 

ilU^B.ma!'"'" •.■■:•..::.•.■.■.•..•.•.■.•. .M^.KS? 

Orleans W. W. .Sh'S.w 

. VoUUe" ■.■.'.".■. ... ..... ...Mons. A Majnard 

itaOK oi rranee ^^ Blackburn 

)? French Lords jlr. Mowbray 

.'^r'n'nrMonr t'. tiallowaT 

r or "";."«^^'i;„crjiid. "...■. ««««' KdmoiidH 



ioi> of Bourges 



Mr. Bertram 



Gr. 



XJ 



'H'^tueru.'^' ''":::::::::::::::::::::■■■ >«*» Mary voang 

"•-•''^ "•'«»•'•'' *""» ■"'^S.'rs.thas. Edmonds 

.ttnecn oi- Fraiic;^. . . J^^i'i."/.? ^i?n!l!l 

a§ Chora.s Mis* Annio tirnilu 

a lady attendant 'upon the **''*"'***„l'H"*Amy"KIHotl 

Itome o* -•'ceueiii, !<.: vents, J:<-tc. 

Scene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2-EABTCHEAP, LONDON. 
: the Boar's Head. Scene 3- The Beach at Southamptont Ihe tn- 

-FRANCE.' Scene 1 -A Roi.m in the Palace of Charles VI Scene 
<lish Eutrenchments at Harfleur. Scene 3 -The Neighlwrhood of 
Scene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLECR ! At the Breach! Signs of a 
iflict. Scene 5-The French Palace at Rouen. A View m Picardj. 
. Scene 1-The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night. I 
the English Line. (Night) 3-Tlie Dauphin s Tent 4-^The En- 
ion at Agincourt. 5-Part of the Field of Battle. 6-TABLEAU^ 
TLE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains of Agincourt. 8— Alter 

-Scene l-R?ception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

-FRANCE. Scene l-Interior of the Palace at 'Troyes. 2-A View 
from the Bridge. 3-INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
Ceremony of the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Kathenne 

tinee Next Saturday. 



Manufact'rs 

of Jewelry 

and Dealers 

inDiamonds 

and 

Silverware, 

Ko. 904 

Market 

Street, 

near 

Corner 

Stockton 

Watches & 
Jewelry 
Repaired 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell. 

injmS^ MAGUmE.^^^^^^^..^^^^^^ 

MR. THOMAS MAGUIRE has tho honor to announce that he hw entered 

into arrangements with MR. .M.VI'KICE STRaKOSCII 

for a scries of GRAND 



Introducing the Celeliratcd Prima Donna from Her Mftjfpty's Opera, (Lon- 
don), the Italian Opera House (P*ri'<), and the Academy 
of Music (New York), 

Mile. ANNa DE BFLOCCA 

.\s'wt<d l>v the Emim-nt Touii; Tii.cr, 

And the Faraoue Youri;; huritonc, 

Tl»e whi>Io iindtT the Dircclivni of 

MR. MAU.>RICE STRAK08CH, 

Who will preside at the Piano-Forte. 
WILL TAKE PLACE 

Friday Evenings June 7, 

With the following carefully solccfcd Programme : 

i».A.nT I. 

I— Overtare-Ucbt Cavairr Sappe 

t»Kt'llf:$TKA. 

2— BcellaMTC and Demanza, tron La Travlata Verdt 

MR. lOM HAUL. 

3— Grand Aria from Taneredl-"Di Vante Pal|>lt«" Bo««liU 

HLLE. UK BELOCCA. 

4-Aria from II Trovatorc Verdi 

8IV. TAeUAPlETRA. 

6— Serenade S«babei I 

With Oboe, VlolonceHo and Conie« Solo. 

6— Bomanee— "Si Tousn'avczri.n a me dire" Mile de Bottaschlld 

"MandoIInata" Fadwlha 

■^.^-^^^^■^ JWAM'L--_Bfii^i-t;-A; - - _- _-_ 

OTertnre-"Le Boi d*¥ velot IVeber 

OBCUISTBA. 

3-bael from La Favorlla Donlieltl 

MLLE. BELOCCA and SlCi. TAVLIAPIETBA. 

3— English 6one— "Among Ihe LIUe.s" Dana 

MB. ion K4BL. 

4— Toichc Sapote— from Le Norze di Fl«aro lloaart 

MLLE, BELOCCA. 

La titella confldeule" Babandy 

Sl«;. TAGLIAPIETBA. 

6— Kathleen Havourncen Cronrh 

ItLLE, BELOCCA. 

7— Grand Wedding March Memdcilssohn 

ORCHESTBA. 

MR. GEO. T. EVANS Condi-otob 

The Piano used at these concerts is the celebrated Stcinway. furoisbed by 
M .Gray, sole agent for thePacificC'oast 

Third Grand Concert, Sunday, June I 

SCALE OF PRICES. 

Dres8 Circle, Orrhetitra and Balcony 91 SO 

Beserved t!ieals Fifty Cents Extra. 

Gallery 50 cenlfi 

Private Boxes, $10 and $20, according to locution. 
Box Office Open Daily at 10 A. M. 



California Theatre. 



Snnday Evening, June 11th 

Complimentafy Enteriainment 



..TENDKRED TO MR. 



CHARLES FECDTEBI 



.BV THE-.... 



C3E3L 




eur Society I 



The psrformancc will commener with lh« On»Art «ir«-j-»ii» 
hy A. PILATI, 

ROYAL CRAVATTE! 



Nanon, RaTandrUM 

Flcnr-dr.Mai. Roytl-OrBTfttt*. 



Itair. N. MkIIIu^ 
N, A. ikarrasB 



Tbc performance to coaelad* viik tk* Cotnvd? la twn aru, l>y 
MM. UEXVl'RCELLEutd.TAIME riLP. «BUtlf4 



n aOtVERAEUR 



(A Bachelor of Arts.) 

FRrj>ERlC I>iB MAR3AU CHAKI-KS FECIITKR 

Val«nt<nr, fllla de DnrMwl Mb*. W—* fcalllrnrn* 

K.trlle, femme dt Dnrwuel ■^>». f- tru'»*r* 

Benjamin »^ BoUwiirr 

Dnretnel »• •'»'•'•«■ 

Kdooard, tils Dnranal 

TlmMeon .' 

JOMVh 

DoBiciitlr. 



4. Cbarraiia 



r.i> 



ace Opera Housei 

■,r New Montgomery and Hlsslon Sts. 

ER..COL. WII,SONl A8sieTA.NT..J. GRIFFINSON 

iNAOER MA^T J^JP'JL'^X 

IF ORCHESTRA 



.JOE. GREEN 



EVENING 



-JUNE 8 



hant Sacoess of the Family Theatre 



MOST PERFECT ORDER PRESERVED. 



ED WITH EXTHFSIASTIC APPLAFSE I I 



need by the Public and Press the Host 
.plete and attractive entertainment 
in the city. 



AN ESiTIBE CHAKGE KIGHTLV. 



THE CALIFORNIA 
i.ek.le nxiuaitx-ol HCro-uLxae 

^ENTV BBAVTIFUL VOtING LADIES. 

I OHBIBTY 

INTERIM OF THREE MINUTES. 

Grand and Varied Interlude. 
LILLINO DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT - 
ino and Georgre X^upx-oil. 

SOLO .JAKE WALLACE 

THE PBI.'iCE SATZl'MA 

il Japauese Troupe ! 

■ nrlndlne LITTLK ALL BIGHT. 

^ong and Dance.... CbrlMir and WllllamH 

Nuic. M. Martinez 

sn UXfiVK niSK LCLV WliAO> 

Ileal Wuuder Harry Caoaland 

SourTIdramI", 

Thompson 



Condon Asd. 



S'TERMISSION OF THRBE MINUTES. 



md Fliiig....ltti88 Luln Wilson 



M me, Martineas and Hoas. Boavet 

iJOIVUOlN'fc* 

lid Awkwar d gquad 

•"« thrlnty and Wililaniit 

iclude with the Unrivalled Performance of THE 

il Japanefie Troupe ! 

8CAI.E OF PRICES. 
rclc......»l 00 I OrrhcHlra Chnlri), SO cenlH 

te 26 cents I CblNlren 25 ceum 



nee Hnla.-.1«.., „, Q P i,c 







Patented Aug. 16, 1870. 



Grand Beopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard& Jones 

HAVE RBOPFaJED THEIR 

Magnillcet Shoe Parlor ! 



WITH THE FINEST STOCK OP 



BOOTS AND SHOES 



Solo Agents lor the LILY YOUNG, PRATT & 
BRACKEra Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Genuine except stamped with our Trafie Mark; Sole 
Aifcnts lor SAMUEL DUNBAR & CfCS. Fino MiaKa' and 
Children's Shoes, and GRAY liROS. Extra-Fine Ladled and 
MIeses' New York Shoes. The larKust and flncgt Bt'>ok of 



^Z3A7f7'XI«a' o. 



tXJ«.1" 



LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES in the City. Every pair 
WARRANTED GEa»UlNE. 



(SUCCESSORS TO BEEH8 & MAYNARD.) 
SflMMV kt aat. OB* I>oor ixmm MamU a«r««t 



New Olsrmpic Variety ' Buckley's Varieties. 

rrfn-Yn •i"T»"e^ VI N. W. oomor Koarny and Pine Sir««t». 



T 3HC 33 -JVTIFI. 13. 

Southeast Comer Third and Mission Streets. 

J. IIARHINGTO>( pROPRiiiTOR 

Johnny Tukks SUge .Man«(ter 

IsADoRE Frank Musical Director 

Randolph Dixon Seenic Artist 

FIRST APPEARANCE OF 
Engnged Cxprcwl/ for 

THIS EVEWIWG-.-.........-.-.--;----------j^NE_8 

Ihe Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 Minntti. 

Overt n re Orchrolra 

Ml!^s I.IOIA LIVING8Te.> I* <tOS«.» 

HorrlH Welch ChaapWa ( loi 

Lawrence tStrtao And llu GalUr 

May Lcroy. 

Goat Island Ghost. 

T'JOn r Itr.ll> 



jm HocKiNd » orxjROB rsTKiw rr-'i rirt »s 

Frake MoRnMoiii '♦^o?" *^ -^t' tt.»f^ 

B.8ohui»lt....MiMi«»l l»lr««n»' HnrtiiT «<»>.»> Tr-^.fr 

IMME»r SVOCBW > y 

THE LITTLE GENERAL! 



The P«r1f>ni)»»<» •111 Oo«««M» "Itk ■ 

FIrart Part of Wit, Song and Tun 

Finishln* with lh« IM ^VTATIO!* »*l K ARni s: 

•rrkMtra 

Professor Foixrlcra 

Mortlarr ll\*tnm Aa« LMti. »*m— •» 



.loliiiuy Tnorf II.^^rJ Hdwan^ 



nnaloMla^ lf?_1*? 

Dutch ^xi^XO. 8onga 



luadnrr Franli Will Oblli* 

Lyilla MvlasiiKn Down Aainni Mr < ••!■ 

ItlLLV W UnT. lb« Champion U»d« I'l.rT r f ii.r w.,:.i 

.lit WKRKIH W»HH 

l.nwrenr.e Clirion *«rt HI. «.iill«r 

ilti^H ^KF. nil B0GI:K.'« and Mll.>>o> 

• •vertnrr Orrhf.lra 

T. .1. Oc*NGr.Lm. the best Doteh ConedUn In lhl< < Jly 

DAICKV HOnABD IM HIS « * "•'•"'•i" 

hO.NG AND DAIUCF. nil*0« 

Rota West And PaAmell* 

Hons raaay Wrbater 

.IoAnW TI FBH. will ratrrlaJa for l» HlniMej. 

I.KlIn MtlnBXOB Aa the Belle oMhr Ball 

Haua liarrl. WMI «■• 

Mny I. «rroy. 

The T-nro Gozniques. 

W..I AnO '^» 

Five MliDtei Inlermlnlon lo rrl<« tlirr« to mi Staf* 
For the Roi-il 



hi Run f(»IM >.o\«. 
Sons anrl Dftnco 

Sonato - - • 



JnUnmr PHe* 
I III If i« 1 1 I arr 

and hiR Bnnjo 

M TTir in I I •1<i«« 



HUNTING IN THE WOODS 



«H*BI*.t *Hk»ll»«» will •■!»*>« 



IJTTJLE^ GENKKAM 



T*<4LI»H 



■l««l> ■■•• 



I Want My Picture Taken. 



Which ba<)<*in I' 
Which will remlol 



■ i »t1 l.l Wft 



Cao 



Which I. pal upoi, '.*'•■'. ^r ^ 

ScenerjbyK l.l>"V ( ,>•,,,.. i, »Mt: TtRMf 
Pro;.flll»«, hj KKKO 
Fralltr. Ilir Brllc of Ihr f;«rrtrn. ril»a Barrlatton 

((iiviii ■ . * In i'arM t 

Mr. Lad 11 r ""IJ '*''' 

^'TiT,.. ■ ...i'nir '^-er. 

Mr Kl xiriMu:u....an cMcrij g. nl CTi«r. iK.t ran awaT «r«i» 
his wif« buoaut* b* haa.a t»iid«ncT to f" •'"''*,'!",._ 

Thin,. -■■ FrM l'«k.» 

Mr. Fllxwllllann who Is wIIIIdk to uirs er-n cb.Br-i 

Willi him In PaHi In nrwch of Um sams i'V"^^*^-?! 

IHitchr ■••! 1>* *!!(•■ 

(Mn-Ci»i'd'aoc«r»,'iaili«ii'l» walilMr.'fcj Oar Su K.w Lttdlei «>- 
fstred «ipr«««lr for lhi« pl«<» 



Hatordajr Rvsalng N'txt First ArpMr.ac* •'.y«''i!L?l?l£n 
NOTK Thsre will bs no ocsmtlon »f "o.sUIm Ir— •*• •••>« 

ths "" 



R « I I t ■• 
laltllr MIIIT 
l'll««. 



r«#t r^iUuT •f.fc..lr« 

^iLttlB BKLLBsiRK 

!«■ Fi.h 
LILUK W«ll *ir. 



Sixteen-string Jack. 



IHw< J»»ll. • •■ J.«> W.fc" 



I , II I I . ■ 
X.^jtl ''-plrt A ' . *'' 
Voa odUtivM. UMf* n- 
naySantUwMMB 



vwa oaoAM or amoskments. 

PnbUdicd Xnrt DM in »>• ''"•'' >>' 



aSt Mrrrbanl »>lrrrl. brlon M«iil«oBi«i7 
8an FranclHCo. 

»«• r>iiitri>ni»r<l Fre.- throiigliout the City daUf 
HOL'SK I'ROlillAMMK for the foUuwing pUoM of 
Am ii«*-ninnt . 

Callfomla Theatre: 
Wade's Opera Bouae; 
Baldwin's Academy of Mnsic; 
Harnlre's New Tbeatre: 
MaKUlre's Opera Honse: 
Piatt's Hall 
Buckley's Varieties; 
New Olympic Theatre; 



Tin KSDAY .Il'NK 8 



Amnsements, Etc. 

CaliraraU Tbratre. 

Tlje [irufpocui of St lout a tartniflit'a run for 
'Uunry V kt this hoiue tm Terr promulDg »»»t« 
kelii< alrctily t>li«D for Mondar night next After 
noUcluf the Bardolphof Wm. Meetsyer a< a clerer 
perforniauce. the only fault of the part being its 
brcTity. there arc two or three other character! who 
thoulrl not be forgotten, the Eiter of Henry Kd- 
wardn. the WilliainBof T W. Keeoeandthe Dauph 
n of J N. Long, being chief among them 
Baldwln'a AradmiT of MdhIc. 

The houie that uiieinbled last night to welcome 
Mile. Ajina de Belocca wan Indeed a fashionable 
one, the bright and elegant costumes of the many 
la^liea looking remarkably well in the rich crimson 
aettiog of the hoiue. The riew from the atage 
must surely hare convinced Mr Kaurioe Strakoeoh 
that it wan nearly a /<h/j: pii to present a pro^ 
gramme containing so little novelty and so many 
too well-known selections. But to Belocca Hhe is 
pretty, petite, with a con^fortable figure and a 
pleaaant stage manner Her roice is very peculiar;but 
nulnently pleasin;. It hiu not the depth and ful- 
neas we are aocnstoined to look for in a contralto, 
neither were there i«u£clent indications of eaae in 
high notee to warrant its lieiug called a mezr.o 
soprano This reads as tliough Mlie Belooca's com- 
l*aas wail limited, and perhaps it is. although we are 
informed that last night she was severely suffering 
from hoarseness. Her method is admirable, some 
of the phrasing in the Brindisi I.elnj' riplcndidly 
managed. Keniist tlu das Land' was given with a 
aweetiicAS and t«utlerness of expreasioa that would 
convince one hor forte was tlio musioally pathetic, 
did n6l her rendition of 'T^oa Voou' and this same 
brin*4trti from "Lucrezia Burtrin" prove with a.-t ciual 
strength that she was at home in the bravura. In 
faot, there are many reasons for suppoeiug that 
Belocca is a tr«e artist and a treasure to her im- 
pres.iario. but with the developing procesit Still going 
on Her reception last ulght waa at first acarei: 
kinilly. then warm, her last appearance being 
KTOv-'i-'l with strongly pronounced effusion. Bignor 
Tdgjiapietra and Mr. Tom Karl were her support. 
The tenor, Mr Karl, l.i to be eredited with a sweet 
Toice, and t'ignor Tagliapietra with having created 
a decidedly favorable impression and a dear pow- 
erful voice that we should have supposed was a 
tm^'r r(^>uj|/>, did not the programme call him a 
'baritone ' The cext ooncert is set for tomorrow 
olght 

Halslrc't Kew Theatre. 

Another crowded bouse last ulght Itis 20t bard 
to gue!a what the grrst attraction ia b«ro, but 
take away the uihlrMuc i-i->irif< and there would still 
tie a very strong variety troupe with plenty of draw- 
ing power The Oawtbom children, the Orrin 
■rothcrs. Mias Blanche Selwyn. Ben Gilfoil, Alfred 
Xlstoa and 6c%ulan and Cronin would in thex- 
selves give a most attractive untertainmeut. 
•vera lloaiie. 

'Mu.»If and Klocntion" byOocaand Schoolcraft, 
Billy Kmersoii in his songs and dauees, some capi-' 
tal bsliAds in the flrst part and the burlesQue of 
■ .'She Was I,<!il Astraj, " with an extremely ludic- 
rouj duel scene fcrm the bill for this week Next 
week there will be three Richmosds In the field, or 
rather thrte Henrys, J. R. KemV,e's burlesque on 
the young monarch being pro<lucad here on Monday 
next 

Wadr's Opera IIodm-. 

George Rignold as Henry the Kifth, eveiy night 
The lastest phase in the struggle Iwtwaen the two 
managers is an action brought by Manaeer Bert of 
this theatre, against Mr. Voegtlin, the scene pain 
ter. for breach of contract, the damages being laid 
>t »'.'0,gO(j At the same time Messrs John Mc 
Cullough. Barton Uill and Jarrett and Palmer are 
being proceeded against for being instrumental in 
causing Voegtlin to break hii contract 
fliarlna rrrktrr'* BrinrHt. 

On Sunday evtiiing next a complimentary benefit 
will be lender, d Mr Charlta Fechler. by the French 
Amateur Society of this city at the California The- 
atre The bill will c insist of A. Pllatto's operetta 
of "Royal Cravattc' and the two-act comedy of 
"On l>em,in.U ua G,nvm,iir." l.«tt«r known under 
iU Knghsh caption of "A Bachelor of Arts " 
BaeklCT'* Hew Varlriy Theaire. 

■ .Sixteen String Jack" is the great attraaUon hare 
uow. Little Ueoeral. Frank Mortimer. Johnny 
Price, Charles K Imlc and Charley Nioketwn are 
all on the bill 

Hew Olymvlc Tarlrtr Tbealrc. 

Miss May I^^roy appears for the lir^t time here 
tonight, Billy We^it the champion bone-player. T. 
J. DeAngulii, and Johnny Tuers are on the bill. 
Palar4- Oprra Ilov^r. 

'Eighty Four Hour Drama " is one act of the 
second part and creattsmuch fun The Royal Japs 
appear with a full variety tronpe. 
Woodwurd'ii Uardena. 

The Terrsichorcau 'Wondcrf, the Allen Sisters. 
Mile, Madeliui on the trape7e. BianchotteJ the 
rxceUior Ciitortionist and the Variely Troupe Sat- 
urday and Sunday. The beautiful Stanhopea 
"cuUta IS in bloom Mieaion Dolores Sunday 
School Picnic, Thursday 

The Lad Irs oflten Franrlaeo 

^^ ;■. .■:i..: 10 learn of the o|.ening of flrst- 

' 6_ 4 tlay Btrcet, opposite KoMcr, 

» here they can be supplied with 

cae domestic eerrants at short no 

uTrri,,' ^•\'""'>' recommend Meinni, Kin? & 

Merntt as jj, ntlcmen who will study m every wa» 

to plca»e their customers. <- er> way 

few giore ! New Coods ! 

M^uaS^' ■ '« Rr' V^l"" 0} y«rs with J, C. 
«r^ ■>* ^'"■•)'^» 0P<n<d atNo. 4C.2 Kearay 

street^ ue.r Pine with a splendid stock of lUti 
«d Caps. The flnett goods at the lowest r^ 
eible prices !" is his motto. ', 



"WUO BKB.IKS PA1«." 

liieak, break, break. 
My china and glass. Oh, she 

Wouldn't like to hear me utter 
The thoughts that ariss in me 

Ob, well tor the lodgi»K-hou«e cat 
Tliat at present it's out of tie way: 

Oh, well for tiie p'ump pa^o boy 
That he didn't take down that Way 

And the breakages go down 
To their haven in the dust-hm: 

But oh, for the touch of a vanished band, 
And the soucd of a rivet knock'J In. 

Break, break, break. 

At the foot of the stairs. Oh, sba 
Can't eip<ct that the whole of her wages 

Will be paid this month by me. 

SADULK BOCK. 

Emirson CORViLLg is the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster fimo ! 
He has the fineist ever bred. 
And newly taken from the bed. 
OvBters stew'd, or Ovstors roast, 
Curried or i'ried, allkc's his boast ! 
To COrvillb'b famous Saddlk Rock, 
The fashion of all Frisco flock ! ! ! 

At 415 Pins SiBKitr, mind. 

This noted rendezvous you'll find, 

ELitOAiiT Privatf. Rooms are there 

To accommodate his Patrons fair. 

Who, as they Uke their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the while. 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the SaDPtiS Roo«. 

Emrrson CORVH.LE is, to-day. 

Largest Importer on the Bay, 

And the whole trade upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

And then for Clams,— soft or hard shell,— 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, uow throDg tbd 

block 
W^bere stands the famous Sabdlb Rock 

The choicest Condiments, there, you zet: 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Ouinness' Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bright Champagne the finest brand ;— 
Tea, Coffee and Cliocolate always on hand. 
Vi£it CoRviLLs'B but once— at all others 

you'll mock, — 
For "there are nDne can compare with the 

Sadclk Rock! 

EiiERSCN Oorville's Saddlr Rock OrHigRSALOOH, 
415 Pine Street, opposite the Ma,rket. ck 

Mannccrs 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Coacerts, are directed to the splendid Printmg 
Establishment of B. F, SUrcU, 5S2 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market, The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out ia 
the shortest possible sjiace of time. Also, Beau 
tilul Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps coo- 
S*antly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
IheBe are very little in adpanco of plain white 

fiaper. Streamers of tarious sizes, from 18 to 42 
nch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre ManogerB are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-iuiowu Printing House 
was eetablishcd by the present proprietor in 1850 
and has been in successful operation ever since. 

. =^J 

Don't Pay Fancy Prices 

By going to Montgomery or Kearny street to 
gel your hats, when you can buy the very finest 
class of goods considerably cheaper than in either 
of these streets by calling at '"The" Uat Store, 
647 Washington street, below Kearny, besides, 
having a splendid and complete assortment to 
choose from. This is a positive fact, and everyone 
is «ure to be pleased if they call at the above 
plaC-i. u 

<'a!«lor Oil, 

Most safe, useful and nest known Pur^itive, 
can be taken agreeably and easily in Duudis 
Dick & Co,'s Soft Capsules. No taste ; no smell; 
so pUasant that children ask {or more. Ko I ..in- 
ily without them. SoU by your driig^lst. Ask 
for our book; or send for it, to 35 Wooster street. 
New York. 

The (.'ollnlernl Loan and Suvinsi) Bank 
Company 

This day announce through the columns of 
Ficjaro. that a bank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearuy streets for the purpose of 
making a fci^cciaUy of Loaning Money on Collattral 
Security, hucIi a« diamonds, silver plate, jewelrj', 
etc.. subject to the lcf:al rate of interest, namely. 
4 per cent, per month. Reference to the advertise- 
luilit will satisfy everj- one that the Directory of the 
Bank Is composed of wealthy and well-known busi- 
ness men wbote names inspire confidence at a 
glance, and ar^ a guaranttc that the sffairs of the 
institution will lie conducted fairly and honorably. 
The bank itself i.s something that has long been 
needed, and those who are unforttmate in stocks 
etc.. will now have a home of refuge. w 



The Antelope Oygter Honse. 

Our specialty, always the beet oysters in market 
lcr\eU up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted o)'8ters excel any other in 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. b 

■ 
Hurry np Those Butter Cakes. 

Who has not tried them? New York Butter 
Cakes and CofTe for 10 cents, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon. 517 Cahfomia street, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the night and day 
J. H. Bums, Proprietor. • 



The original "Swain's Bakery' ia now established 
B their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 

ear Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
busiucg o 



Why Bo Sherwood Bros. 

Grocers. 506 Market street, near Sansome. sell more 
butter than any other hou-se in the city '! Because 
1 &O0 I'erBons purchase meat in the same stoi-e daily, 
tu 1 r about and buy butter at 10 to 20 cents per roll 
oheaiier than else where. No wond er. d 

Pal me r Bros. 

Have the best assortment of Liuen Suits In 
he city from $3.5(i upwards, 

Dh. Chas. C. O'Donitbu, (late U. S. A.), office 
and residence S25 Kearny street The treatment 
of women and children a spccialiv. z 

Presh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canto's, for 
mcrly Canty & Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St. 

Orders come in from all quarters for (he Stan- 
dard Shirts. The public appreciate them. i 



Splrltnallzlne Seances. 

Mrs, C, M, Sa».\cr, the Materializin;; Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Thira Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at "J o'clock. « 

Pine TTatches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Callander's, conier of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, Jewelry, etc. Call and 
examine. ^.y 

Wade's Opera Honse. 

The best of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at '.he foot of the stairs, in the vestibule. * 



Tyrolean Concert. 



AVSTRAUAN NOTES. 

MBLbOURNE, May 2d, 1876. 
"Society" plays appear to be favorites 
with Melbourne playgoers. When they 
were first introduced by the management 
of the Theatre Royal nometime since they 
drew well, and the new ones, " Our 
Boyrt'' and "Married in Haste," bid fair 
to be even more successful. The run of 
si.x weeks which "Our Boys" secured was 
quite an unusual thing for legitimate com- 
edy in Melbourne, and the acting of Mr. 
Lingard, as the retired butterman, was 
just as exceptional. There are a number 
of eccentric comedy characters which will 
always be remembered in Melbourne, and 
Perkin Middlewick, as played by Mr. 
Lingard, will take its place among them. 
"Married in Haste" was performed for the 
second time last evening most satisfactor- 
ily. It give Miss Alice Dunning (Lin- 
dard) as good an opportunity as she had in 
"Our Boys," and her performance in sev- 
aral scenes is most admirable. She is, as 
she deserves to be, a great favorite with 
the audience. 

DuNEDiif, K Z., April 10th. 

The Simonsen Royal English Opera 
Company have terminated a most fortun- 
ate season of twenty -six nights here. Last 
Friday they produced one of their new 
operas— "The Hermit's Bell," by Maillart 
and it proved the most unqualified suc- 
cess of the season. At least half a dozen 
of the pieces in it were encored, and 
Madame Simonsen and Mr. Morley were 
recalled in the second act three times after 
the duet, "Call Me Pretty." The week 
before last they played "Madame Angot" 
six times in succession, which, considering 
the very limited population here, and es- 
pecially the theatre-going part of it, is 
most encouraging. On Tuesday, the 11th, 
they leave for Christchurch, where they 
are to open on the 12th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell are pla3'ing to very 
good audiences in Invercargill, and Mrs. 
and Mrs. Hoskins play in f'hristchnrch 
until the Simonsen Company open. 

The new theatre will be finished in a 
month, at which nobody will be sorry, for 
the lessees of the old theatre have had it 
most unpleasantly their own way, while 
their monopoly has lasted. 

" Adelaide, April 18tb. 

Mr. Towers has settled hia unpleasant 
differences with the press. On Monday 
night he produced " The Shaughraun," 
with Mr. Whe.ttleigh in the principal 
character, to the largest house tliat was 
ever known to be in the theatre. "Sara- 
toga" did not find much favor either with 
public or press, some of the latter of whom 
discovered it to be a very "immoral" play. 
The opinion generally held of the company 
does not seem to be high. 

Itf the country. Burton and Taylor's Cir- 
cus IS experiencing an extraordinary suc- 
cess, for all that the weather has broken 
up, and that they have to travel through 
mud and rain. Owing to the inclemency 
of the elements, they sometimes arrive 
at a place much later than they expected, 
and it is probably 10 o'clock at night be- 
fore the tent i^up. But the audience wait 
outside with exemplary patience, and 
throng in as soon as the seats are fixed, 
with an evident determination to enjoy 
themselves. On a recent occasion it was 
I o'clock in the morning before the per- 
formance was over, and many of the spec- 
tators had to ride home miles in the rain. 
But they all seemed as cheerful s.s if 
there were nothing but sunshine in the 
world, and they had no f iither distance to 
go than into the next street. 

Sydnbv, April 18th. 

At the Theatre Royal "The Streets of 
New York ' gave way to "The Lady of 
Lyons," Mr. Chaplin playing Claude, and 
Miss Chambers Pauline. "Ingomar" was > 
played on Thursday, Mr. (Chaplin being 
the barbarian and Miss Tilly Andrews 
Parthenia. Of Mr. Chaplin I have but to 
say nothing; but of Miss Andrews I might 
say a good deal, in the way of commen- 
dation, without saying too much. 

At the Victoria on Thursday, Nell per- 
formed Fidelia for the benefit of the widow 
and orphans of a fireman, and was pre- 
sented with another medal. On Good 
Friday she made her final appearance in 
Sydney for the present— and sang in a 
sacred concert ! On Saturday Mile. Le- 
grand made her reappearance in Sydney, 
at the Victoria, in "Adrienne Lecouvreur," 
but as the public had not quite recovered 
from Nell's sacred singing on the previous 
evening, there was no audience. Except 
Mademoiselle, however, nobody seemed to 
know anything of the parts that were 
played. 

The Variety people at the Queen's are 
holding well their own, and Wilson's Cir- 
cus has opened with an eclat that promises 
a prosperous season. The tent holds nearly 
4,000 people, and the appointments are 
more thon metaphorically "gorgeous," 
Smith's Combination, which opened at the 



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METROPOLITAN THEATRt 

SACRAMENTO. 

'?'<?. ^*T *•**'•■»*'« property Is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and is 80 
feet on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
aUey in the rear. The Theatre is a very good one 
and IS well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and $600 per 
month. It would cost about §90.000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like tho building in question; but 
this desirable property can be bouKht for 833,000 
casn Parties wishing to negotiate lor the theatre 
can write to W. K MORROW, Sacramento 

..».„„_ ^ K MORROW. 

*or Kent.— This theatre can Ije rented by the 
night or week by writing to abore address W K 
MORROW. de24-tf 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAMERS. 

... AND THE. ., 

FULTON & GUER^VJ1LE R R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On and after MontlBT, May 39, 1816, 

the Steamer JAMES M. DONAHUE, Captain W 
Warner, will leave Green-street Wharf daily (Sun- 
days excepted) at 7 a. M and 3 p .m , connecting 
at Donahue Landing with the cars for Petalama 
Cloverdale and way stations. The cars will leave 
Oloverdale daily (Sundays eseeptedl at 8 A. M. and 
3:30 p M.. connecting with steamer at Donahue for 
San Francisco. Close connections made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and Guernville Road for Koebell's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminus of the road. 
.Shortestand iiuickest route to the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close stage 
connections made for Litton's, Skiggs' Mark West 
Santa Rosa White Sulphur. Bartlett's. Highland 
and Harben's Springs. Also. Ukiah. Point Arena. 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Lakeport. 
Clear Lake. Mendocino. Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS-The Steamer leaves 
Green-street wharf Sunday morning at 3 A. M. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for Cloverdale and 
ail stations on the road. Retumine, will arrive in 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:20 p M. iSxoursion Tick- 
ets sold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. 
P. DON AHU R. Prosldei t 

A. A. BEAN. General Superintendent. 

F, H, UEKDE8, Oeu'l P, S T. Agt 

General Office, 4ac Montgomery street, S«n 
Francisco, fe20-U 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all binds of Printing foi 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT IiOW RATES, BT 

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RUSS HOUSE SALOOS. 

No. 213 JHonteomery Street, 

Russ House Block San Francisco 

R. B. STEWART. Proprietor. 
N. B.— Saloon open all night. ap25-tf 

THE CAFE DES ARTISTES 

Corner of Bush and nnpont Sts., 

Under the Poodle-Dog Restaurant. 

(Sumamed the French Hercules). Proprietor. 

TIic Best <taalUy of Wines, LiqnorK, 

and Cigars on h and Billiards. nolo 

Tailor & IfiTlD 



BOOK & JOB M/ 
PRINTERS, 9wnE 

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KEAB M0HT30MEB? 



LINDSEY & OESTfRREICHER, 



Real Estate Agents and House 
lers. 



Broki 

339 KEARNY STREET. 
TVIII take Tnll cbarce of property for 

parties wishing to leave the State, and will give 
bonds if required. By permission we refer to the 
following named gentlemen : A. J. BK1'.4NT, 
Mayor; W. P. Mt'.MPHKKT!), 8ur%e.vor; .1. 
WIKI.AIVD. Brewer; .I01I\ «'ALTEKT. 
Builder; Fit AN K KArCK, Capitalist, mylD-tt, 



Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN STREET, 

LOS AKGELES, CAI.A. 

A. G. RYAN k CO Proprietors 

COL J. H WOOD Business Manager 

GEO. F. MOORB Stage Manager 

WATVTED IHMEDI.4TEI.V, Lady Artists 

in all Branches of the Profession, also an A No. 1 
Property Man, one that can Paint Sconary, Variety 
Talent wan ted at all times Write and get a date. 

Agents for Travelling Companies will do well to 
address COL. J. H. WOOD, 

myll Opera House. Los Angeles, Cal. 



OPERik HOUSE 

■A.K JOSE, CAI.A. 



Tlite BeantUU and Kewly Renovate 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at reasonable torma. 
)al4-tf n. BROHASKA. Proprietor 



$3' 



Priming Prrsses 

FOB BOYS 
'and BUSINESS MEN. 

AT THE 

City Novelty Company, 423 
Washington St., S, F. 

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Tivoli Concert Gardens. 



ZIMMERMANN'l 

GARDEK 

OAKLAND. 

The -Vanaeenifnt of the above < 

respectfully announce to their friends 
public generally, that these Gardens ha 
gone eitensive and elegant repairs, havii 
large and very fine 

Dancing and Musical Ps 

which has been thrown open to he pn' 
numerous other attractions, such as Sho< 
leriea, BowUng Alleys, Swings, etc. A fin 

Orchestra and B 

Will be m attendance every Sund 
day and evening. 

All Alameda Traln» .stop at cor, 
and Elllg Sts., near the Gard 
SIMON & BRECK, Prop 
ADIMISSIOX, 25 CESTS. 

PS.— Special Terms made with Socie 
for Picnics. 



JUST ISSUED-200th EDr 

MANHOO 

REVISED ASD CORRECTHU BY THE AC 

E. DE F. CURTIS, M, D,, etc. 

A Medical Essay ou the Can.se ai 

jf premature decline'iu man, showing ho 
is lost and how regained. It gives a clear 
of the Impediments to marriage, the trea 
nervous and physical debility, eihausted 
and all other diseases appertaining theret 
suit of twenty years successful practice 

CURTIS ON •MANHOOD."- Thereij, 
bcr of society by whom this book will noK 
useful, whi ther he be parent, preceptor"' 
man.— Ao7((i(Mi Times. 

Price— One Dollar, by mail or express 
the author. DR. CURTIS. 520 Sutter e 
Postoffice Box 337. San F rancisco. Cal. 

.RUPTUSi: 



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ANo more suffering from Iron Hoops on 

tsprings. DR. KOWES PATENT EI 

ITIC TRUSS is worn with ease and cor 

Inight and day. and will, and has perfo 

Iradical cures when all others have f 

iReader, if you are ruptured, try c 

IDR. ROWES comfortable elastic 

Ranees ; you will never regret it ] 

ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY. 61 

Bramento street. ja 

LOST US, HAVE \ 

WELL YOU CAN FIND US Al 

No, 25 Kearny 

Between Market and Post, 

With a Fine Line of CLOTHS to be m< 
the best style, under the regular prices. T 
assortment SHIRTS and FURNISHING 

BENEDICT tt SMITH, 

Formerly at No. 3 Second Str 

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It is All Elastic and Perforated, has all 
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affected parts at the same time. The IMl 

Elastic Support B( 

Is unenuaUed as an Abdominal and Spinal 
tiithcr for ladies or gentlemen , and is high 
mended by all pbysiciana as the best &upp< 
presented to the public. 

Orders received for DR. ROWERS E 
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OXYGEN INHALATIONS. — For 
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dig colorations, 

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desperate cases are invited. No Pay requu 
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below Kearny. PRICES RE- 
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cents, Shampooiuj!, 25 cents. 
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all kinds of SHELL FISH. SUlls Nos 
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on Calif oraia street. 

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ioos l>f San Francisco. 

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Id Oakland. 

n A.t;o U placed in hands ot th» 

•is-jts 1)V the Ovoiland Train 

:G a lO l» d. ■tributed in Sacra- 
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QAUO li Ji-iiled every day to 
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It. 
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Bu.sli Street, b«tween Hontsonierr and Kearny. 

onKiiTS ._. .^ . ^. .^LEs^it^K _*^H_M *j;''j'^'^ 

AND liVb-.RV EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEK, 
ART E.KHIBITION OF 

ring Classic Statuary ! 
NDERFUL COIVIBINATIOW! 

FJ.l.lE_S_T^ij*HV^^.^_J> -t B^^ 

THE GEM OK ART. NUMBER ONE— 

iopatra Before Caesar. 

The Wof.JiT- '.: i''r>di,-ics 

■l>ert and l_itt«o Joe Ca-^vthorn 

heir OngjiiU Act J'THEI^^^^^^ 

NUMBER TWO- 

The SlaTro Magket, 

'onje; iil ORUIN UUOTHERS in their Athletic Exercise, entitled 
MEMBER THREE- 

ivii^ss Blanche »»el''«v,vn 

atest 01 all Living Representatives of the Young Swells of the Day. in 

the following .Songs 

t .Should M.ikc Tlirr Sad, Ilarling ?" '*Hildrl>rand( 

Mo ntro.sc !" *'l*iill l><>>vn Ihe BIIihI !" 

Ben Giiltoil 

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California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN McOULLOUOH Pkopkiktok and tlASkOKR 

MR. BARTON HHL Acri.vo M*nao»ii 

Robert M. EBEr.LE...Stag8 Manaeer I CnA.i. Schultz Musical Director 

ToiiN ToBitESCK Machinist T. J. FjiKNiii Treasurer 

W. T. PoKTKR .Scenic Artist I Mahti.n Joyce Buslnc.« Maoacor 

THIS^^EJ^EWIIfG^ 

Bv arranscnient with MESSRS. JARKETT ,^ I'AI.MEU, Man.i^-cra 

of Booth's Theatre. New York. SHAKSl'EAKE'S 

Grand Historical P!a.v. 




Will 1)C given ill its entirety, inclmUng .-xll the Superb Scenery, Delightful 

Music, its woiir.derful Auxiliary force of Two Hundred in Grand 

T.tbleaux, Battle Scenes and Processions. 

KING HENRY V XA.WRENCE BARRETT 

Rnnior as Chorus Ml.<iit Kllle Wilton 

Utikr of «;lostrr.. I Brothers tof rrank Kilil.-ir 

niihr or ICrtirord I the King I I. fiirkrr 

Uiikr or Exrior. Uncle to the King Henry EdwHrdx 

Itukr of I ork. Cousin to the King t, .lonr>'f |,(. ^^^ 

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;ANLAN and UUONIN iu their original Iri.sh Sketcli Entitled 

re in a Tenement House. 

" O'HOOLTHAV WM SCAN LAN 

OHOOHUAN WM. CRONIN 

OHOOLIHAN MI.SS WHITE 

n FLYNX BEN GILFOIL 

80Y MASTER TRACY 

ncUUMALU, The Infunt FrodiK> 

1\ HER rsWKLL PRO TRAITHRES 



The vvhf>!e to cnncluJe with the Triumph of Ait, 

te SH01?ff ER OF GOLD 

r.ciry and (ironni/ii; of these sublimely beautiful pictures by MR. CQA.S, 

GRAHAM, late associote of MATT. MORGAN, 
eparation the realixation of Toby ROf?EMTHAl.'s exquisite picture. 
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Ba<h Mlreei, hriworii MonKomrr) and KraraT. 

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California Minstrels I 



THIS EVENING 



JUNE 9 



Programme for this Evening. 

I'AUT KIU.ST GRAND VOCAl, AXP INPTIU MIMAI. IT)N< t.hT 

InlrodnrlnrT Oirrlare 1IOKBI»«V1t •■« HIATII « 

Uohin TrII Kllllr rmtaaiing B. T. TIKMI II 

III ^ I oTro^ 

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ronilrsnng MlllJnne* 

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roinir >unn Tull iIom n jonr ». »| 



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bK.HCKIPTIVK > IN ALE 



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Eiii-I of WcNlniorvlund E. N. Tlinjcr 

Eiirl «!' War«lck W, Hirkt 

Ari'lil>lsl>oi> or ('autcrl>ury S. W. I.<'nclii,^_ »■«,, 

itl<.ho|i of Kly II. Mark nil •"" «lly, 

I'nri ul' <'iiiiibrldse) Conspirators ( Mr. Everrit ,. _ 

Lord >><Too|i >■ against < B. Ilonaniinal l'"' •» 

•■ir llioniiis 4;rry.. ) the King, (. Iloiiij' Tond' 

!i»lr llioiiias Ki'ptiieliani ffnUrr l.niian MonU ry 

«;ow«'r ) officers of ( .Mr. Braiilr) : 

Marmoi'il.'i ^Kins; Henry's-; Frank Ron SIrcel. 

Fliieliru.. J Army, I. Vrrdrrirk Tlinriir 

•laiiu'y Mr. Nnrray 

oillianis'l Soldiers in ( T. W. Kci-ne 

BatOM VKins Henry's-J T. KrankI 

4'ourt ) Army. (. SnninrI Ellloll 

>lyni ") Formerly Servants to i' Mlirr> Wooil-. 

Bardolph. »FalatafT, now Soldiers iu-< W. A. Mesfa.ver 

Pistol ) King Henry's Army, (. <'. R. RIshop 

Bo.r , Servant to the above Frank Lit Ur 

A Herald .1. ■» i>hn?ion 

< harlt*^ VI.. King of France John Milson 

Louis, the Dauphin 1. >. ■ -ons rlrnft-nil 

llnke or Itiirsuiidy Mr. Slt-Hliriis 



Life on the Mississippi ! 

Mr, .ra. I >ll !{%(»>. kitll'.ll ( M> < 4> m* 4 ^ « . 
PART SECOND Grand Clbloplan C.mimI 

MUSIC VS. ELOCUTION! 



ProfoBor. 
Student . 



>.rji II cnEM 



BILIjiY EmiIRSOItf 

In Ills Song*. Dnnrr* and Imll.tln.*. 



An An- 



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Itiikr of Orlcan.s , NrLsoii Herfcrr 

Uiike of Bourbon E. I'lasby 

\ I'rent-h .lioUliirr Mons. Victor 

The (oiislabie of France Mr. Ilonry 

Kaiiibnrrs, \ French ( \lberl West 

firniidprc, I Lords. \ Arlhnr M<-l«-.e 

<;o\<-iuoror Harlleiir '»r. Kelly 

lloutiov, a French Herald M . Foster 

The Bislioii of Ronrseji Mr. .IrniOH 

PiiJieess Haiherluc, Mile. Louise l»oreIiBa»He of 

llaini^ ttuiekl). i Pistol's Wife), an Hostess Mr", i'.. R. Sauiiile 

IsalH-l. Queen of France Miss Macule <'liBiiilH'rs|Aglnco rt 

Aiiee. a Lady attendent upon Princess Katherine 

r Mile. <;Hbrlclir nu ^nld for sale 

Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries. Nobles, Pace.^, Ladies of the Court. Sol 

diers. Citizens. Etc. by over TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARIES. at 



JSyuopsis oi Scenery'. 

ACT 1 Tie English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2 "The Siege of Barfleur and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 3 Battle of Aglncourt. 

ACT 4 Historical Episode. Reception of King Henry V. 

on Entering London after the Battle. 
ACT 5 Espousal of Henry V. and Princess Katherine. 



S.\TURDAY AFTERNOON, lUNE 10th. 

FIRST HENRY FIFTH MATINEE 



The wholo to on'^lu.lo with An enltrtl^ N«i> atwI XQ1^I 

Sen*at:bn.il. lI>»Vcrii«l, Lftchr>m«c/. HoHrtj l^raoM rnllU«< 

She Was Led Astray! 



Which will ho prf p«ale<l 
Propfrtio", In s'l' i 
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corner of 

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HENBY THE FIFTH in BLACK! 

j ' In iclivo prep»r.»lion I I! KPMIlir^ ^rw Pnrt.» -»■ 

The Hamxnaxn Baths. 



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Is T^o^STST^ <3l>ei:i Tor ST:i.T3sori:K>tion. to Stooli- 

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EOB.IE€TOP THIS BA>K IS TO LOAN MO!^EV ON COILATFRAI, »?;* 'f '"ES. StCH AS^^^^^^^^ 

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IS. i 1-4 DCr cent. Iter mouth. No Interest allowed on Daily DeiTOsits subject to call or check. ..;.„„ i im,„„i ,i„.i;„~ 

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DF ANY KIND, TAKEN AT TH 

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Sallery^ 

>i. fis ■x'zxxfix? m'r. 

tblnet Picturea, 84 per dozen, 

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867 Axad. 869 

et Street, between Fourth ^ Fifth. 

fGLE FT7KNISHED ROOMS ! 

ight. Week Month Twenty-Uve and fifty 
» Night: $S to $18 per month. inyl3-lm 



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Steam Candy Factory dAlly. All ordun. ee- 
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ARION HALL. 

The ('elrb'Bled Rrrr ^ow nn ItrN.lkl 

from the only L»<'-r f^-^ llf "ti 'u tfi- f- ■jvf 
Now on ta)'' at 

HENRY CRIViM 3, 

ABION HALL, 

M. E. lomrr or »«ll»r aBd Kearny M*. 

lDal4 



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The Best Steam Coal in the World. 

Dscd ExclDHlvely by the British Navy on Ihl. <oa»l, and by the Principal local 
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yOK DOMESTIC USE IT IS SUPERIOR TO THE BEiT QUALITY OF WE.ST HARTLEY 
and Scutch Splint Coals. , , . __ _ _„^| ,, 

Be lure you ect the GENUINE WELLINGTON. Once UMd it cannot be miaUken. Tbe Ooai I. 
hard, splintery, dull in luster, and does not soil the finger, 
For Mle wholesale and retail )>y tbe AgeLts, 

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Appetlalng BreakfaaU, LunohM 
Dlnnera aud Suppen. 

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EAhA Iff THK WORLD. aU la d^ o* 

Golden Gate. 

with • fl-t o< whll»«1«»£iiiiiiM["» 
from every r"' '^ "^ i-""i""'""' "* 



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fnmM an-' ■• -'""•• •' ' -»•■■• 

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Extinguishers ! 

FIRE ENGINES 

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Better than Insurance. 
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417 Market ttreefr 



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roB OKOAM or AMUSEMENTS. 
PnbU>h«d Ktctt D»I In *^ *"»'• *" 

AI 

»TJ MEBtUASiT STBtl.T. 

H..1.1 Moiil oni"ry ^n Frandjoo 



IJ . 1 1 ) V Y. JPNK 9 

TkCtnC DIVISION or THE ATLANTIC AXD 
JLCirtC TU-BUKArU C«. 507 CALirOKSIA BT. 

K«w YoBl. June 0. 1876 

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OITrnbarb't TronMr*. 

M. Jiir.|iii's (•ireiibachis not altogether 
utUfietl with Aniariea. He has not met 
with tbo reception be expected from so 
demoDntrative a people as the American, 
and hi* lucces* in a pecuniary point of 
riew is nut by far what be was led to be- 
lieve it would lie. Not but what be is per- 
lonally secured so far as salary is concerned 
and has every cent paid him which is his 
due. Yet he does not like to feel that the 
people who en^'aged him are loxiog money. 
He put it in this way to a friend : 

"I think the Americans should support 
• man better, who^ie works they have al- 
ways taken without paying- him a single 
franc. After the people hive heard all I 
have written literally for nothing, they re- 
fuse to pay a dollar t» hear these works, 
when interpreted by their composer." 

All of which it natural enough when we 
take into consideration the fact that the 
company who engaged the Franci-Uermao 
musician, and himself in addition, formed 
too great an idea of a success of curiosity. 
When this curiosity was placed at $1 a 
bead it was asking too much. 

Yet the feeling on M. Offenbach's side 
ii natural enou;,-h also. It is the tirst dii^- 
appointment of any kind he has had in an 
artistic tense for many rears. In Paris 
they htiU rush to hear bis operas, and are 
frantic every time be leads himself. 

But many things be»ide this trouble M. 
Offenbach. Uis monetary affairs are in a 
lad condition, and to let them anything 
right he has signed contracts to write seven 
new operas-bouffes before next Kebruary, 
tw» to be delivered in October, two in 
Novemtur, two in January, and one in the 
beginning of Februarj-. At least four of 
these are to be quite important, one being 
a spectacular piece, with a great deal of 
dance music, another for the Varieties, and 
a third for the Bouffes Parisiens. M. Of- 
fenbach had expected to have finished two 
of these works by this time, instead of 
which he has not yet been able to set pen 
to pajior for even the first. He had ex- 
pected comparative rest during his 
American tour. In place of this, be 
has little or no rest at all. When he has 
droned in the morning and taken his break- 
fast, be is obliged to go to rehearsal (and 
very long and tedious rehearsals they are), 
when be instructs over one hundred mus- 
icians in pieces which, while they seem easy, 
are really difficult because of the compuser's 
peculiarly irascible disposition, and desire 
for perfection iUelf. He cannot get away 
until the afternoon is half gone. A little 
rest is then necessary, and by the time be 
is sufficiently reposed, the dinner hour has 
come. After this thye is nothing to do 
but to go to the evening performance, 
which lasU till eleven at night And all 
thU is pretty steep for a man over sixty 
years of age. If he can snatch a moment 
during the day, it is to jot down some new 
comiKwition -a waltz, or a polka for the 
present engagement, and even this takes 
time. So after all, M. Offenbacb'. lot is not 
a very desirable one. 

He is therefore very dreadful of failing 
in his contract for these seven operas, and 
says that for the first time in bis life, be is 
nonplussed what to do. To many, it may 
seem a small thing for a man of the melo- 
dic fecundity of the great opera-boufTe 
compowrto write an opera, and possibly 
the mere invention of the tunes to tit the 
words U easy to him. Rut the hard work 
the drudgery comes in at the orchestration' 
He must write himself a separate part for 
•very one of the twelve .^r fifteen different 
"..trument, in the orchestra, and this 
Uke. not only time, but a marvellous 
*nionnl of patience. These are the thing, 
tbat trouble M. Offenbach, and press the 
old mans mind, and it would not be at all 

^"^^7 " !^" '^'"*"'=" engagement 
(which he would Uke to break) will give 
h.m more trouble in the future than it 

T» k"** °°'' '" 5^°" ~°'' f^ol with 
■irench maaagen. 

"S'^.^oe*;2?"&* <i^, '^^ S- A.), office 
-• men And cbM^^',^-, ^ '«««»enl 

- >:^S^^^^ 

u. n-K "' '°^' "P out of ex- 



tLTUt^ETIIIR Tue THIV. 

It was late in the Fall when our good 
Mrs. Middlecrust went down to the mar- 
ket and selected n tub of butter. She al- 
ways Vrtiught good butter. In fact she was 
determined tbat none of her boarders should 
ever have just caiue of complaint against 
the quality of her provision. 

"Madam," said the markctman, " I 
would a<lvi»e you to secure two tubs of 
tbat butter. I shall have none better, and 
butter will be sure to rise in price through 
the Winter." 

Mrs Middlecrust brought two tubs, and 
on her way homo she bethought herself 
how she could contrive to make that but- 
ter last through till Spring. Ah! a happy 
thought; she would toast the bread for sup- 
per and butter it herself. Buttered toast 
was the thing. Accordingly the good wo- 
man set out upon her plan of saving. For 
tea the loaves were nicely and evenly sliced, 
gently browned before the fire, and very 
gently and carefully buttered. As her 
boanicrs took their seats, she fancied that 
one or two of them were looking for the 
butter, so she smilingly said: 

"I have buttered the bread myself, 
gentlemen. As it was toasted, I thought 
it would be nicer so." 

Mr. Nipkins, a bald-headed bank clerk; 
wearing spectacles, took a slice of the toast- 
ed bread and examined it long and critically. 
"Mr. Nipkins, is anything the matter 
with your bread?" asked the landlady- 

"No, no— nothing is the matter with the 
bread.' And he turned it over and sub- 
mitted it to further examination. , 

" Mr. Xipkins," persisted the good wo- 
man, growing red in the face, "if nothing, 
is the matter why do you behave in that 
manner? I like my boarders to be frank 
with me." 

"My dear Mrs. Middlecrust," replied 
Mr. Nipkins, looking up serenely, " I will 
be frink. When I was a boy, if we wished 
to express a state of extreme mental 
obtuseness, we were wont to say of the ob- 
tuse one tbat 'be didn't know which side 
his bread was buttered on.' I think I 
must be loosing some of my perceptive 
faculties. I find no fault with your pro- 
visions, dear madam; the fault must be in 
me. I have lived and eaten twoand-fifty 
years, and for the first time in my life I 
find myself unable to decide on which side 
my bread is buttered." 

Mr*. Middlecrr.st left her boarders to 
butter their own bread after that. 



»TKAl HITS.A.MD STOLEN BIT!>. 

A gentleman having an appointment with 
another who was habitually unpunctual 
to his surprise found him waiting. He thus 
addressed him: "Why, I see you are here 
first at last You were always behind be- 
fore; but I am glad to see you have become 
early of late." 

"Are you going to attend the Centennial?" 
one of our merchants inquired ef a gentle- 
man who had just arrived from one of the 
frontier posts. "I'd like to, but I'll have 
to put it off till next year," was the guileless 
reply. 

"Where's the bar?" asked a dirty and 
rather boozy looking stranger of the bellboy 
of a hotel the other day, "What kind of a 
bar?"asked the latter. "Why a saloon bar 
of course; what do you suppose I mean?" 
Well," drawled the boy, "I didn'tknow but 
yon might mean a bar of soap." 

They say that a pebble carried in the 
mouth will abate the thirst for liquor. 

Senator (you know the one we mean) 

must have got the prescription mixed, as he 
is so frequently found with a brick in bis 
hat 

There are so many preachers in Brooklyn 
at present, attending conventions, as to ren- 
der it positively unsafe for a young woman 
to go on the streets at night without an 
escort. 



Criterion Oyster Maloon. «I0 Kearny St. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace, — 

K -am a'l Fri..co where vou will, 
Is the reiiown'd Criterion, 

Kept by Emfisox Corvillk ! 
He's ihe Oyster King of Frisco, 

Bico/w-Co/wt/i from the East, 
210 on Kearny Street, 

Where all can obtain a feast 
Of dtheate Ewcem Oyster*, 

Or of California's best, 
Drcss'd in any and cv'ry sty'e, 

That's in »o),'ue from East to W»91, 
All the Oyster-eating public 

Protest, without a quarrel. 
That for Freshist, Choicest Oysters, 

Corville can claim the Laurel I 
Tlien, fur Priiaey and Comfort 

All nis Lady Patroxb tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as wel ! 
So eo»y, cheerful, elegaml 

You're ench.inted at a ti lance 
With Coii\-ii.i,E'8 ORr.AT Criterion 

It is Ihe House Par Excellence ! : ' 
Clams, Lobsters and Crabs the freshest 

In the City jou (fet there ; 
With Guinness' Stout and Eng'.ish Ale 

Or famed "Bass's Bitter Beer !" 
Spw-ktin); Champagne and finest Wines, 

Imported by him express. 
Excel all other hrands known here, 

Connoiseurs all confess ! 
If. Reader, you like sweet 0)-8tet«,— 

Your pleasure to make complete. 
Go to ' 

EMERSON C0RVILi>E'S CRITERION 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 

No man or worn in is safe while the least rem- 
o .• t ,f coui,'h or cild. or any svmptoms of pul- 
n:.i,a.-> disease lii.gers in the fy.tera. Expel the 
caa^c oi danger with Hale's Hooey of Hoarhounrt 
ad 'Tar. Pike s Toothache Drops cure in one 
uiiniive. 



.^^T^'^M '" *".*" !««"■«« » new supply of adics 
and children s underweaj— very cheap— 716 to 734 
Market street. r— 'o iv io» 



nie Green Roonj. 

This popular resort of the profession and ol 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly oppi>site the Cilifoniia The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frcscord and Is 
DOW a model ol taste and clcitance. Everybody 
foes to Lh» Qreen Room between the acta. X 

Do Not Saner rrom fx>nu. 

The unfortunate sufTerere from Corns, Bunions 
Club and In^rowin(; Kails, can find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. U. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 2u7 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to « p. m. We ep^ak from experi- 
ence, having teBU.<l the Doctor's capability. Kef- 
oreuce tr'ven if required. H 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DON A tsU H, 

P 
E 
PERCY 
C 
Y 

Th« Kiniiicnt Loudon C'lairvoyant iiiitl 

HcaJcr, now Btopping in this city, at 2CC Kearny 

street, entrance, room II. who makw the following 

propositions : 
First— No charge unless ENTIRE Satisfaction be 

given. 
Second— He will read your PAST. PRESENT 

and FVTITRE. guaranteeing the Past lo be correct 

or NO FEE 
Third— Advice given in reference to lost friends, 

propt:rty, love or business; satisfaction or no fee. 
Fourth— If in poor health he will locate your 

disease, describe it» symptomB and its peculiar 
effects upon your individual system witholt avr. 

iN« A QUESTION. ThiB health examination is 
made by the wonderful art of Magicology, without 
any visible examination of diseased organs, and is 
given, as a test of power. FREE TO ALL. 

Fifth -And lastly. If your disease is curable he 
wHl guarantee to restore the health without using 
a drop of an? drug, by a method of treatment es- 
sentially his own. Particular attention given to 
Nervous Diseases. Consumption, Female Diseases, 
Sore Eyes, Deafness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 
Mental Weakness. Loss of Memory, and all tliseases 
having their origin in the Bayk, Kidneys and 
Stomach. Fees moderate, averaging from $1 50 to 
$3 50. Strictly private and confidential. Call for a 
Health Ezaminatioo or a Reading of Character, 
both being given FREE to all as a test of power. 
Hours from 10 a. h. until 10 r. M. je8-tf 



J. K. EMMIET, 

how pluming Ihe mOKt sncres.sful en- 
gagement "ever played in Melbourne.' as "Fritz. 
Our Cousin German * whioii has reached its 42d 
repetition, and still running to overflowing houses. 
Can be aridresscd, care Royal Opera Huu.so. Mel- 
bourne. Victoria. Australia. 

P. 8 —Sydney, Adelaide and New Zealand to 
follow. je-6tl 



A p ARTiyr£:R, 

■With some capital to take a half interest in the 

Palace Opera House, 

CoTuer N'w .flonlcttnicr.T au4l 
MKsiou !!>treelM. 

The largest and most talented company, fully 
orgaui>;ed on the coast. Apply at Bos Office. 



PROF. D Mccarty, 

Teaches Ball Itooni. itallet. Horn- 
pipe, Flings. Irish and Straiebt Jig. Song 
Dance. Clog and Cachucha. Irish Washer- 
womao. Sword Dances, etc., at 

44} Sixth Street near Market. 

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Wade's Opera House. 

CIPRICO'S FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. 
CREAT PAKISIAX .SICCE^S! 

Fates & Furies. 

Thrilling Seiiualioual Oraiiia. 

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IF YOU 

Oysters and Fish 

Cooked iu good style, try the Oyster 

and Chop House 

S. E. Corner Lel<tc»<lorir and Clay Sis., 

formerly known as FRANK JOHNSON^. Tlie 

Private Rooms have been elegantly fitted up and 

thoroughly renoTatert Open from»' A. .M to 2 A. M 

LL'.VDUEKt; A LAKSEM, rruprletois. 

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NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 

.it a necltne of the Board of Health, 

held on the 26th of May. A. D 1876. it was ordered 
that the toUowing sections of chapter 11 of the 
General Orders of the Board of Supervisors be pub- 
lished in the daily uewdpapers : 

[Krporls of riiyolrians.) 

Sec. 5. It shall h« the duty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Health 
OlHccr in writing, every patient he shall have labor- 
ing under Asiatic cho'era or smallpox immediately 
after he shall ba satisfied of the nature of 'he dis- 
ease imruedfately after it shall have occurred. 
IEeporl§ of HouHrhoIderNj 

Pf.( 6. It shall b« the duty of every house- 
holder in this city and county U> report, in writing 
to the Health OtHeer, liumediately. the name of 
every person boarding at liis af her house, whom he 
or sne shall have reason to believe to be sick of 
choleral ->r smallnoi, and any deaths occurring at 
I is or hrr house from such disease. 

[Penionii Infected wllli Smallpox. J 

Sec. 9. No person attending upon or otherwis 
coming in contact with any person affected with 
smallpox in such a manner or to such an extent as 
to ren'ler him liable to commnnicate the disease 
shall go upon any public street or in any way mingle 
with people not affected with the disease. 
irrohibllinE Ihe Removal of Qnaran- 
llur PlagK.j 

Sec. 23. No person sball remove a yellow or 
quarantine flag or placard from any building where 
the said flag or placard shall have been placed by 
the Health Officer or his denuties. without the per- 
mission of said Health Olfic»r or his deputies 
my2t' 



Smoke Cigars Macfe by 
White Men Only. 

To \ttt had in all stores and .<ialoon«. 

Manufactured by DENICKE BR .THER.S at the 
WHITE MANS elGAR FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. ray23-tf 

Prepare for jour Centennial tr^i by layine in 
a iupply of "Standard" Shirts. j 



J. M. DUFF, 
Real JE^state Agent, 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suffering bvunaoity. 

Dr. Spinney will Guarantee to 
J?orfeit$500 

For every case of seminal weakness, or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which he undertakes 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, say to the 
unfortunate sufferer who may read this notice, that 
you are treading upon dangerous ground when yoa 
louger delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
c;»iap)aint. You may be iu the first stage, remem- 
ber yuu are approaching the last. If v on are bor- 
deriU;< upon the last, and are sufferu s some or all 
of iti ill effects, remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come when 
the most stiUful physician can render you no as- 
sistance; when the door of hope will be closed 
a^inst you; when no angel of mercy cat bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself upon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of bis treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim deatfi 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacoation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
biurning sensation and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difliculty, ignoraut of the 
caiue, wLich is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a healthy restoration of the geuito* 
urinary organs. 

All Letters and Communlcatloiu Strict- 
ly Confidential. 

ConsnltatioHs Free— Cliarsres Moderate* 
Offlce lioars from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CAXL OR ADDRESS. 

D^. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Franciscow 

FREE AND EASY. 



& .£k. 



4* 



2M, 



COS MUSIOjr aTBEKT, 

Near Seoond. 

ETerT" SatTurday Nicrht. 

TUOM. ^»ll,U, Vfaalraacji, 

Until FarUMr Itotiot. 

A the teet Songs next Satarda; Night. 
EACILES A WILD. 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE, 

• CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open \oTember Ist. Variety Tal- 
ent going East or West, wishing en^'agementa. wil 
find it to their advantage to address, stating term ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
oe25 t CHEYENNE. W* 



The Manly Aft 

or 

Private Lessons Given in Boxing ! 

BY 

PROF. TOM McALPENE, 

Kx-C'haniplon of the niddlc-Welcbts. 

AT 433 BCSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instmctiou at their 
rooms or residences, if desirable. apl8-tf 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

By the Xleht or Week, or will ■take 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa* 
nles on sharing terms. For partici£arf, addreaa 
J. McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE. W. T 



SEA. BATHilNG. 

Long Br.dge Swimming Baths 

Person.s can here enjoy tha beoeflts of SEA 
BATHING, without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dangeious currents. 

my27-tf A. TRUWORTHY, Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs less than half as 
much as ordinary Soap. 

For Sale by all Drneeists and Grocers. 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY, 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Riding Academy, 



LIVEBl STABLE. 




A PARTIV] 

With soioe cipilal, to take a half-inten 

s A X z u m: A 

ROYAL JAPANESE TRO 

To Travel TIiroHCh KnroiK'; 

chance for a person Mho likes travelii 
umke money sure and riuick. Apply in i 

CHARLKS r>EKJ! 

rroiii-ictnr and .Manasei 

At the Humboldt Hotel, Fifteenth stree 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'clo 
afternoon. Principals only need apply 

TOUR SPIR] 

Frlentls tan be Seen by Atlem 

Seances of the GREATEST MATERl 
MEDIU.M in the world, 

MRS. C. ffl. SAW 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW Hi 
FACES IN THE LIUHT, SO AS TO BB 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVE 



Honest investigators call and see tor t 
every evening except Monday and Tburg< 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 
street near Market. Seances begin at 7J 

FOR A GOOD 5 CBNT GLA 

BEER, ALE OR PORTER, 




sw 

MARKET &3^^S^" 

Wines, Llaaors and Cigars of I 
ttnality. ^ 



ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTI 



.DIKECTED BY.... 



Prof. D.^perai 

Lessons on tbe Piano and in S 
1800 STOCKTON STKEET, 8, 



OYSTER HOUSE i 

1004 _ 

MAKKET STKEET ABOVE P 

The beet Oysters, Chops, Roasts anA 

the market. Private appartments for Fan 

Ladies. Family orders delivered to residi 

of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. 3. SMITH, Pro: 

CLAY-STEEET 

RIDI.NG ACADE.1IT, 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is the most elegant 
and commodious Riding 
Academy in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particu- 
lar attention paid to teaching beginnen^ 

8624 A MARSHALL. 




SILVER & FABENS 

Designers and Engravers on 

532 Clay St., (Sterett's Prlntlne ( 

BUILDINGS, LETTER-HEADS, MONO 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, E 

Plain, or in a Variety of C< 

fell-Un 




First-Class DEKTKTRV for less 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at cornel 
ket and .Stockton than an tirstKilass Dent 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain b 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
fe8-3m COCHRANE & RICHJ 



ONE MILLION 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOODS, 
736, 728, 730 and 733 



Advetisers. Take No 

I am dlstribntinK Cards, Clr 

Handbills, etc., on the route between Lere 
ramento — both by the Valiejo and Htockto 
including all way towns, and am prepare 
tribute all kinds of Advertising niatter 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms niodcra 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN. American 1 
Hot€l, Sansome street. N. B.— I can refe 
mis.^ion to the proprietora of the Amer 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fioajk 
manner in which I d* their work. 



Palace Opera Hoi 

Corner Mission and New Montgonjcrj 



Ladles and ttontlcmen of acl 

edged ability desiring permanent enga 
Specialty Artists and First-Class Varietj 
will please address or apply, from 11 to 2 
above, to MATT KELLY, Stage Mi 

N. B Wanted immediately, a FIR81 
STAGE MACHINIST and a GOOD PRC 
MASTER. 



DRr(;GIHT AND CHEMIS1 

SOLE AGENT OF 

Ricord's Specific & Velpi 



JfiA-JfctBY'a* 

)BA SANTA 

'ROCHES 

then the Voice and 
Relieve Cough. 

SEAEBY. DRUGGIST. 

9 Market St. 

to Baldwin's Theatrf; also, 
er Kolsom and Fifth Ste. 




"Here, There and Everywhere." 



EstabUalied ISeS 



SAN FRAJfOIBOO, FRIDAY, JUNE ©, 1816. 



IDE'S OPEHA HOUSE 

Ilssion Street, between Third and Fourth. 

;K W. BERT LcssEK aN'D Makaokr 

REAT Si;CCESS OF THE YOUXCi ENGLISH TK.VGEDl. VN. 
IN HIS 0RIGINATi,IMPERS0XATION Of 

Nl¥ Til Fli 

>r. The Battle of Agincourt 

ENRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

«;ioslcr I brothers to the I Mr. I'rascr 

K*'<ir<>rd I King I Mr. Lorelon 

Kvt'ler Incle to ihc King J. M. »liiS(.ii 

K.ik Couslu to the Hlne Mr. Ilorberl 

iilisbury ^J-Jif.1''^ 

'e^lmu^eIaud •. ••• J'ilKvs 

arwlck Mr. Morley 

oil <»r Canter bnry Mr. SIea<lo»s 

Kly Mr. »>r>'i<iii 

•ainl.rldgc I Coiwpirators against I j; '"t^'THrd 

'"" the King. V_. i._ "irti 



top 

ua tiriXT 

a» Ervlngham | officers in King 

Henry's Army 



U.. 



Soldiers in Kins Henry's Army 



Mr. Oallon 
...F. €Ieavpii 
U. Lonsdnle 
..f. M. Ward 

Wm. !>ruUrn 

<'. Lrylon 

I. <*aul 

I Chas. Ilowr 

I <:. Morelli 

r , Mr. CioI<Uhwait<- 

I Formerly Serrants to Falstafl, I Gcoi-8«- C'okUIU 

I Now Soldiers in King I 'Wm SliHiMs 

I Henry's Army. I John Jack 

ervant to the above Miss Cerile «;rniiville 

Mr. Mcrton 

loV; from Cha.s. Yl Mr. Sours 

1 Kine or France Chas. Allen 

.the Itniinhin E. J. BncKley 

Uiii-uiiixly Mr. Ita^ nor 

«»rlrans W. W. iShaw 

Koiir biin Mr. Kail ettton 

^uldler Mens. A. Maynard 

table ot France H. M. Bro-nn 

M I __ . . , I Mr, Blackbiirn 

" I French Lords I .Wr. Mowbray 

• of HarHeur C. tialloway 

a French Herald Cha<i Kdnionds 

r>p of Bourgcs Mr. Bertram 

Katherlne Mis« Mary Yonne 

Jeklj (I'lHtol's wife) a Hoste«8 

Mrs. Chas. Edmonils 

aueen of France Mrs. .\orlon Bush 

as Chorus Miss Annie FIrniln 

lady utieudant uiton the Princess Katherlne 
.....^... ._. .... ._. .^ . J, . . . . . . ,. ..... ^.. Miss Amy EHIqtf 

tome ot ••oenesi, IC vents, t te, 

Scene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2-EASTOHEAP, LONDON. 
the Boar's Head. Scene 3— The Beach at Southamptont The Eu- 
it Anchor. 

FRANCE. Scene 1— A Rouct in the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
ish Entrenchments at Harfleur. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 
Scene 4-^IEGE OF HARFLEUR! At the Breach! Signs of a 
lict. Scene 5— The French Palace at Rouen. A View in Picardy. 
Scene 1— The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night.) 
lie English Line. (Night ) 3— The Dauphin's Tent. 4— The En- 
m at Agincourt. 5-Part of the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU. 
?LE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains ot Agincourt. 8— After 

-Scene 1— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

FR.4.NCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troycs 2— A View 
rom the Bridge. 3-INTERlOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
eremonyof the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherine 

inee Next Saturday. 



o. 

OUT 
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s 
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Manufact'rs 

of Jewelrj' 

and Dealer; 

inDiamonds 

and 

Silverware, 

No. 904 

Market 

Street, 

near 

Corner 

Stockton 

Watches & 
Jewelry 
Repaired. 






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ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell. 

TH^^^MAGinRE^^^.^.^.^.„.„.„.„.„...........^ ■■...■■■■^..^....PROrRii.TOR 

MR THOMAS MAGUIRE has the honor to announce that he has entered 

into arran^'cments with MR. MAURICE STRaKOSCII 

for a Beries of GRAND 



Introducing the Celebrated Prima Donna from Her Majesty's Opera (Lon- 
don), the Italian Opera House (P.iris), and the A>.'adcmy ' 
of Music (New York), 

Mile. ANNa D£ BeLOCGA 

Asiistetl hv the EniiiK-nl Yc'iini; 'P* dt.r 
And the Famous Vcuni; tari.oiu', 
TIic whole vinder the Dircetiun of 

MR. MAURICE 8TRAK08CH, 

Who will preside at the Piann-Fojte. 

1^ £^^ £3 fi« :es C7 o ]^ x^ c? o x«r o la .t«. -x 

WILL TAKE PLACE 

Friday Hvening, Juno 9^ 

With the following carefully selected Programme: 



-Overtnne -Light Cavalry Snnne 

2— KecitfltiTe and Beinanza, from la Travlata Verdi 

MR. lOM KAUL. 

3— Grand Aria froni Tancredl— "Di Tante Palpite" Rossiul 

MLLE. WE BELOCCA. 

4-Arla f^om II Trovatore Verdi 

Sit;. TAULIAPIETBA. 

—Serenade Svhnbei I 

With Oboe, VtoIonccUo and Comet SoK». 
6— Komauee— "Si Tousn'avez rien a me dire" Mile fie Rolbsehlld 

'Mandollnata" Padelha 

;iM.K._ BELOCCA. ^^^ 

I Oycrtare— "Lc Bol d'Yretot Weber 

ORCUtSTRA. 

2— Duet from La Favorlla Donizetti 

MLLK. BELtlCCA and SKi. TACiLIAPIETRA, 

3— Knglish Song— "Among the Lilies" Dana 

MR. I'OM KIRL. 

4— Yoiclie .Sapote— from Le Nozze dl Flcaro Moaarl 

NLLE. BfcLOCCA. 

La Stella eonfldcute" Ratrandy 

SICi. TAGLIAPIETBA. 

6— Kathleen Mavonrneen Croncta 

MLLE. RELOCCA. 

7— tiirand Wedding March Mendelssohn 

ORCHESTRA . 



MR. GEO. T. EVANS. 



The Piano used at these concerts is the celebrated Steitjway, furnished by 
M_ .Gra y^ sole _agent_f or the Pacific Coast. 

Third Grand Concert, Sunday, June I I. 

SCALE OF PRICES. 

Dress Circle, Orchestra and Balcony $l 50 

Reserved Seals Fifty Cents Extra. 

tiallcry SO cents 

Private Boxes, $10 and $20, according. to location. 
Box Office Open Daily at 10 a. m. 



VOL. XXllL 



A 
T 



M 



....FOR A. 

STYLISH IfvT 



Got op of the IV»1 v 
CaUat 

Mc«AS!«'». PtMicai 
« lliird Street. 



llaiur, I 

•■ — -I 



California Theatre. 

Sunday Evening. June 11th 

Complimentafy Entertainment 



..TENDERED TO MR. 



CHARLES FECHTERl 



BY THE. 



afSFiBsivcii 



Sociolv! 



The p3rformance will commence with the One. Art Cip*r*tt* 
by A. PILATI, 

ROYAL CRAVATTE! 

Nanon, R»Taudca»« M«ir. M. Nailiard 

Plciu>dr-.Mal, Royal-CraTaltc «|, «. f-harraaa 



The performance to conclude with the Comedy in t«ro »ct», br 
MM. DECOURCKLLEand.IAIME riLS, «iiUll«4 



ta OOTJVBRNEUR 



(A Bachelor of Arts.) 

FREDERIC DK MARSAU CHAKI.F.^ FK III KK 

Valentine, fille de Doresiiel ■nr. ■••€ f.alllrmrKr 

Estellc. femme de Duretne) Mnir. F. Inradro 

Benjamin F.. llaUarlirr 

Dnreiiurl B. |.r«rii<lre 

Cdouard, Sis Duresuel , A. tharrnaa 

TIniolcon T. krxrri 

Joseph t.. tii>iel 

Domestica Etc. 



\ 



xe Opera House. 

New Montgomery and Mission Sts. 

t..COL. -WILSON I Assistant.. J. GRIFFINSON 

rAciEK MATT KELLY 

ORCHE.fTKA JOE. GREEN 



3VENINO 



JUN£ 9 



Eint Success of the Family Theatre 



MOST PERFECT ORDER PRESERVED. 



> VriTn ENTHLSIASTIC APPLAUSE ) ! 



Bed by the Public and Press the Most 
lete and attractive entertainment 
In the city. 

S ENTIRE CHAKCiE KIVHTLY. 



THE (JALIFOUMA 
Ek.le 3VC1 13 SI r z- ol ITt o-ui.X>e 

NTV BEAVTIFLX YOl.VG LAUIKS. 

CHRISTY 

INTERIM OF THREE MINUTES. 
>rand and "Varied Interlude. 
LI.INQ DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT - 
ae a.u<l Oeor^e JL>upiroil. 

»LO JAKE WALLACE 

THE PRINCE SATZLMA 

I Japanese Troupe ! 

nclndlnic LITTLE ALL RI(;IIT. 

nt; and Dance. ...Christy and Williams 

• • Mme. .M. .tfarflne-/, 

1 DANCE MISS Li LL WiLS«>,V 

n.\ Wonder Harry Causland 

THE CELEBRATED 

RIGANT FAMILY, 

(FIVE IN NUMBER), 
icipal European aad American Hinpodromcs and 
IN THEIR MARVELLOUS EVOLUTIONS. 

ERMI8SION OF THREE MINUTES. 




Patented Aug. IG, 1870. 



Grand Reopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard & Jones 



HAVE REOPFJfED THEIR 



Magni licet Shoe Parlor I 



WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 



BOOTS AND SHOES 



.ON., 



rt Fling.... Miss Lulu Wilson 



Mnic. Martinez and Mong. Bon vet 



<::orNi>oiN's 

Id Awkward g goad 

" Christy and Williams 

ide »ith the Unrivalled Performance of THE " 

JPirince e^atznma, 

Japanefie Troupe ! 

scaijE of prices. 

le......9I 00 1 Orchestra Chairs, SO eenta 

85 ccjits I Clilialren !J5 cenia 



Sole Agents for the LILY YOUVG, PRATT & 
BRACK-Ers Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Genuine except (tannpcd with our Trade Mark; Solo 
A(;ent8 for SAMUEL DUNBAR & CO'S. Fine Mime*' and 
Children's Shoes, and GRAY BROS. Extra Fine Ladies' and 
MisacB' New York Shoes. The largest and flncst Bl"ok of 



ZIX3'\717'XST O. 



IT7f«.a"fll 



LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES in the aty. Every pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 

(SUCCESSORS TO BEERS & MAYNARD.) 



Hew Oljrmpic Variety 

Southeast Comer Third and Mission Streets. 

J. HARRINGION PROPRIitTOR 

Johnny Tuers Stage Manigcr 

IsADOBE Franb Mnilcai Director 

Randolph Dixon Scenic Artist 

Most Complete "Vailety Organlcatloa in th« City 

30 PERPOR.UERS 20 BEAUTIFUL lOt K«; LADIF.S 

THIS EVENING JUNE 

The Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 Micntes. 

Ovcrtnre Orrhr«lra 

MISS LVDIA LIYI.V(iSre.\ l> >*«>«.* 

Morris VVelch Champion ting 

Lawrtuec CHIIton And Ilia 4.aU>r 

May Leroy. 

Goat Island, G-hosts 

Johnny Tuorf Harry Howard. And ToTumy Roia 

Isadorr FYank Will OIiIIkc 

Lydia LIvlnvKtiin Down AnioRii the t onN 

BILLY KEkT, theChnmpioD Done Plar-r »f tl>. w.iM 

Jit; nuK Ki>. M m n 

■.jiwrence Clirion Anil HIa t.nllar 

T, J, PeA-ngelifii. 

Overture Orrhrslra 

Harry Howard and his Banjo. 



SO\C A.ND DA.%CE. 

^«n% 

K Irbodemns 



Wll,«0« 

.. FaaDT Wrl»«lrr 
LyMa LI«lng>lon 



Mr3' I. eroy. 

The Tmro Gomiques. 



Aong 

■ KI'<H HKFntH 
Isadora Frauli.. 



Maad llarrl« 

RO<.F.BH an<l WII.»o\ 

.Will King ms latorlle Homk 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. "W. corner Kearny and Pine Strccta. 

JIM HOCKINO k (JEOROK ITTrR-H rK'M'Klirrrimil 

FbaKK MorTimorr Uiutin^^n an'l Ht*«» M»r.*#.« 

E. Hcbmidt Miurnl iMmtor i Hiwnsr Martoo.... 



IMMF..NSK SVCCE8S OF 

THEJLITTl^ 

THIS EVENING JUNE 8 

The rerformanca wfll Ooauwaa* «1Ui * 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

Finishini with the rLANTATtoX WAIK Ahol VIi 



Professor Foivlep. 



MortlmM .. Kicke 



A»d LMIVr Onwra* 



Five MinulK Inl»/ml»«loL lo (rfic Hire to. el HUf 
For tl.f Kc)"i 

Which ha< heen the Ulk of Ibe Town for Ihf pant tlf »e^» 
"Which will remind you of I '.,tNK LAFAVKE. th« l>e»l Can. 

Can Dancer In the W«M. 

Which In put upon the Nt««e regardlwu- of eip«n«» with K(w 

Scenery by R. DIXON. ContumM. hy MMK TF.RMK. 

rro[wttlf. I.y EKFO 

Frailly, the Belle ofllx ' ' i;il»a MarrUtton 

(lilTliiK a true Idi* of ■ ■' It In I'ajta I 

.Mr. Ladur ..ihc Ki«rt "'"T, ""' 

Jnnibo. l.aU' i.r the <;»•• r i.ul now hohllnu 

a billet to «nuw them up t I i:,- litr !■ II Jahanr Tarrs 

Mr. Fl'zwl.lj^in an elderly gentleman thai ran awir ''"n 

bin wile becauM he h»« a tendency lo go •(•'t >'" 

Thingd *■"•'• I'a'k" 

Mm Fltzwllliama who !• wilUng lo lake •"!. rh.rif '■• 

with bim Id Paris la search of Ibe same j/"'"! **''■«'• 

Dutchy T_ J I>eAn». 

Can^Can dancers, ladle* in waiting, by Our Hii >ew Ledic* n. 
gaged c«pr««ly f"r thU piece 

To inorro» (Salunlaj) Evening, First Appearance 'f 



Banin aolo . 14a Flak 

Dutch g.IlVlIO. 8onK« 

•iFRIO-IOHIC <»•»« tnnk lanrtK 

Bonn and Daao«~.- — ■ — ■ Johnnr Prlr« 

Host. **0 DAXCE IHUI! W*I.L4tB 

Senate '^j'j^^.J'^'^^ *^'» Batijo 

ftO>«. .SRTTII BUmoBi: 

HUNTING IN THE WOODS 

Kir,.,. Pr^'^ \rj 

rirolo anla "l/Ci ra«»»lt»«" Falka slt.h.Mr* 

tli*RII1 »Hfcr.il.«0> Wll» oHLi4.K 

LITTLE G K\ K KALI 

BALI.A* |t|*..0«rKB 

I Want Mj Picture Taken. 



(•ran nol* 

»•■■ 

Btii «n 

(•mlr UIIK 

FLIM- 



'rar««« r»Ua" 



J«a»t%«>*e^ 

•.la rith 
4Jk «**iL*IR 

Sixteen-string Jack. 






r I n V Jer Ik . 

Mill imrTr 



r«l 

. Ire 



iMimm 



t^. ntvary. 



vx 

Tta OBOAN OF AJIUSXMENTS. 
PubUahol B»<«T Dwr Id Uw Y»». bj 

AT 

Maa Nrrrtaanl Rtrrrt. brlow MonUomrrr 

rr IMitrflmtad Free throughout the CItl a»Ur 
H^8K raSjBAllMK for tte loUowln* pUoe. of 
AiDuaement . 

CAUfornlA Tbeatre: 
Wade's Opera Bouse; 
Baldwin's Academy of Music: 
Uag^Ure's New Theatre: 
BlaKulrc's Opera House: 
Piatt's Hall 
Buckley's 'Varieties: 
New Olympic Theatre: 



KiCIDAY JUNK!" 



Amusements, Etc. 

Baldwin'* Acadrmy of MUAlr. 

The «e«inil Beloccn (xnccitwillbe pTen to-night 
^be procramine ts certainly an improTement on the 
bat and thrrc ran now be little eauae of complaint 
•mongat those who attend of being treated aolelr 
io hackneyed n..>r. -uiu' No trio appeara aa yet 
howcTer Mile de Belocca'l selections tonight will 
inHtide 'Di Tanti Palpite.' Mile do Bothchild's 
quaint romance Si rous n aT« rien a mera dire.' 
Padllha'a MandoUnaU.' and 'Kathleen Mavour- 
neen," Tagliapletra is down for 'La Stella Con- 
aatDte'. and an Aria from "II TrOTalore," whilst 
Tom Karl has cbriscn a ftomanza from "La Trav- 
iala" and Dana's Min< 'Among the LUlia " 
■acvlre'a Hew Tlicalrr. 

Houid niodidcatioiH to. or rather some increase in 
the drapery has b«en addtd to the Uring pietures. 
and It is to be hoped that the morality of this 
very moral city is now considered safe. The rariety 
talent is far aboie the ordinary. Last night the 
hou e was again jammed, and we beard that the 
sallcry amounted to something very near foOl 

•vera HoBsc. 

Df->pitt> the excellent company at present here, 
tilt! Minstrels are not nuflenog from a surfeit of 
liatraija^e. Cmcrsoo, Cotton. Sckoolcmft, Coes. 
Kemble. Fredericke siid Tllla, are names that 
ahuuld insure full liuuies every night. "She was 
led Astray" goes capitally now. On Monday next a 
burles'iuf on "Henry V ." the work of J R Kenl- 
ble, will be (jiTen 

Wade's Opera Oonae. 

The patronage Ictwutn the "Heury V. ' houses 
a«am fairly dinded and Gtoree Rlgnold has bi^ 
many Lutidre<L- of admirers nightly. The extra 
snatir.ee on Wednesday afternoon was well patron- 
ized, there will be another performance for ladies 
and children to-morrow afternoon and a second ex- 
tra ni^fct on Sunday for tlie benefit of the many 
vbo make this i heir gala night 
CalirarBla Ttaealrr. 

As the week wear^ on Mr Barrett beoomea olgbt- 
ly stronger in bis part, more vigorous and leas med- 
itative The two French ladica, Mile Uabrielle Du 
Aauld who plays Alice and Mile Louise Dorel who 
playi the l*rlncess Kathtrine. are botb'acquisitions 
to the cast, the cuurtffaip scene liecomiug in their 
hands— and those of Mr Barrett -one of the most 
iatereating eTenU In tbeplay Thehotue last night 
was crowded. 
Ckarlrs FrrblerN Brnrflt. 

On Siin'lay cvtiiini: iii-nt a complimentary benefit 
will ]h: ten.lind Mr CharltaKechler.hythe Preiich 
Amateur Society of this city at the California The- 
atre The bill will consist of A Pilatte's operetta 
<rf ' Koyal Craiattc' and the two-act comedy of 
"On /». m-ti/^ uri /;./i-r'»''i(r." itetter known under 
iU English caption of A Bachelor of Arts '■ 
BaeUcra New Tarlely Theatre. 

The Little ileneral. Charles Kinuc. Mian Emma 
Cooper. Frank Mortimer. Johnny Price. Charley 
Nickcrsnn, and .Siitten String Jack " to-night. 
■ew Olyapie VaHely Theatre. 

T J DeAnceliii. Sogers and Wilson. Isadora 
Frank ard MiM May Lercy to-ni<.-ht To-morrow 
a i«ht Miss Venlule Welch will make her first ap- 
paaraneo here 
Palarr Opera Hoaite. 

The flmt part introduces the Serenade Minstrel 
Troupe, the Koyal Japanese Troupe appear during 
the erening. and the Variety Troupe includes 
many (atorites The celebrated Watrigant Family 
BTe in number, make their flr^t appearance to- 
night 

Woadward's Cardens. 

The Terpjlchorcau Wonder*, the Allen Sisters, 
Mile. Mailellni on the tra|)eM. KlancheiteJ the 
excelsior Contortionist and the Variety Troupe Sat- 
urday and Sunday. The Wauliful SUnhopea 
Oculata U in blo<,ai Mission Dolores Sunday 
8cho..l Picnic. Tlmrsday- 



■anacers 

Of Amuaemanta, Excursions, Lectures, and 
CoHoerta, are directerl V) the epien.lui Printing 
■mabUshniaDt ol B. F, Stcrett, Ki Cl.iy Street 
•rer the San Francisco Market, TUe largest Post- 
STB, Iri Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the «hj^rt«st passible space of time. Alioj, Beau 
tUul Proicrammc^ Tickets, etc., c-tc, printed to 
•oil the m,«t fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
ranUj on hand a line line of bri;;ht colored pa- 
pers of ev..r> shade, and the prices charited for 
these arc vun liltlo in advance of plain while 
paper. Streamem of various sizes, from IS to 42 
Inch letters, in stuck, of all coloni of paper and 
lat Theatre Uana«en are especially invited to 
call lor sstunates. This well-known Pnmimr House 
was cstslilished by the prcaent proprietor in ISM 
and has beeo In successful operaUon ever since. 

. ^i 

•aa'l Pay Fancy Pricea 

By Koin.- t.. Moutc..mery or Kearny street to 
t«)our lit-, ,hpn }.,u can buy the vcn- finest 
"M" oi hC'-Hjs cnsideml.ly cheaper than in eiih>:r 
ofthese str.et, l.y callinL,' at "The" Hat Store, 
Ml Waeh.iiKt.,!, street, below Keamv, besides, 
cb™^in,? TK-'' ""^ complete assortment t^ 
U«ure to t« pleawrf u they call at the abov, 

^ a 

The Ladles ofHaa Pranclsco 

Will heclsd to learn of the openine of flr«t- 

Ch'Se''2'rf,'.".*b* ",V""*'- ^^ KoS"^ 
«™^. /•/• ''*? '*"'> "" ^ supplied with 
B™- r *''"»".? domestic servants U short no 
uc -S e hearuly recommend Messrs Kine & 
M.rrnt a, g. ntlemen who will studj^eveo-^ 
to please their customers. e ery way 

Hew More ! New <ia«<ls ! 

M^""Si;^".' u' V™*)*' o' years with J. C. 
Meu*. '<'cr»Bro.,hasoptti.datNo.4C2Keaniv 
!^r, ^'.^''•-"'"' » 'P'^ndid stick of "Tu 
MM.\^'- .7^\""" «°^ »' the lowest^ 
aible prices ! ' is his mottn. "J^ 



TBAUIT10.\ Of t:0.\OlE»''. 

His grace n( Jlarlborough. legends say. 

Though battle lightnings proved his wcrth; 
Was scattered like otherd, in his l-i- . 

By fiercer fires at his own hearth 
The patient chief, thus sadly tried - 

Madam the Duchess was so falr- 
In B'cnhcim's honors felt less pride 

Than in the lady's lovely hiir. 

Once (shorn, she had coiled it thtre to wounJ 
Ucr lord when he should pass, 'fa said) 

Shining across his path he found 
The glory of the woman's head. 

No sudden word, no sullen look. 

In all his after days, confessed 
Ue missed the charm whose absence t-wk 

A 8»r'3 pale shape within his breast. 

I think she Imgcd to have him blame. 
And soothe him with imperious t»»rs— 

As if her beauty were the seme, 
He praised her through her courtooug years. 

But when the soldier's arm was dust. 
Among the dea.l man's treasures where 

Ue laid it, as from moth and rust. 
They found his waj ward wife's sweet hair. 

SuKBcslionn to the Editor. 

Persons out side of a printing office have 
no idea how many pleasant suggestions an 
editor gets which makes newspaper work 
a great deal easier than people generally 
imagine. "I just dropped in," says No. 1, 
"to give a little hint that you might work 
up. '5fou know Dom Pedro, the Emperor 
of Brazil, is in this country now, and aa 
Brazil is in the Torid Zone couUn't you get 
something off about him being a Tor(rid) 
Pedro? See ? Chance for a good thing 
there,' and be smilingly leaves. 

No. 2 slides into the vacant chair and 
re mark:) : " Looks like Spring again, 
don't it? Talking of Spring reminds me 
of a joke that occurred to me in the post- 
office today. Why is Dom Pedro like the 
voice of a sick mule ? Give it up ? Be- 
cause he's an Empy-roar ami Brays ill. 
It's ass-tonishing how these things will 
strike a person, ain't it'?" 

No. 3 takes his place, and with a modest 
cough commences : "Your i>aper has al- 
way.s racy comments on passing events. 
That's the style of paper I like; but there 
is something about Dom Pedro that I 
think has escaped your notice. He's gone 
West now, and when he was passing 
through Ohio he must have been a Dom- 
in-0. O stands for Ohio, don't you see ? 
I thought also about some allusion to ve 
locipedro," he added as he ro.9e to leave, 
"but I hadn't time to fix it up." 

"When I wa.^ in the car this morning," 
began No. 4. "the following conundrum 
flashed through my mind : "Why is Dom 
Pedro like Knglaad ? Kh ?" 

Tke editor gave a hopeless look at the 
door, and replied : "Because he's a Tor- 
Pedro." 

"Oh, no." 

"Because he Brays-ill." 

"Why that's no reason. [ said why was 
he like England?" 

"Because he's a Dominoe." 

"I guess you don't understand much 
about riddles. The answer is, because he's 
a King-Dom." 

"Oh that'-t it, is it? Well, I'm glad he's 
a kingdom. We had it that he was an 
Emperor; but we'll make the correction. 
You see I'm agricultural editor, ami these 
news items are hardly in my line." 

Just before No. J came up the editor put 
a placard on the door inscribed in large 
letters DOM PEDRO, with the middle 
letter of his first name changed. The pun- 
ster looked at that and went down stairs 
again. 

raptor OH. 

Most safe, useful ard best known Purgitive, 
can be taken agreeably and easily in Uumlas 
Dick & Co.'s Soft Capsules. No taste ; no smell; 
BO pleasant that children ask for more. No f.ini- 
ily without them. Soli by your drugiist. Ask 
for our book; or scr.l for it, to 35 Woosler street. 
New York. 



Wby Do Sherwood Bros. 

Grocers.tfOS Market street, near Sansome. tell more 
butter than any other house in the city ? Because 
1 500 persons purchase meat In the same store daily, 
tu I r about and buy butter at 10 to 30 cents per roll 
cheaper than elsewhere. No wonder. D 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
B their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
ear (.Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream salotjn. Tliis is their only place of 
biisini.8 o 

Free Exhibition. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townscnd's Candy 
Factory, No. C27 Market street, where you can 
earn haw candies are made. q 



Palmer Bros. 

Il:i\ethe belt assortment of Linen Suits in 
he city from 83.50 upwards, 

Prcsh and Sweet. 

F'>r the best confectionery, go t« Cant) 's, for 
merly Canty & Wagner's, 107 Montgomery St, 

Orders come in from all quartets for Ihe Stan- 
dard Shirts. The public appreciate them. i 



8plrlluaIlzlnK Seances. 

Mrs. C. i!. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at 7i o'clock. • 

Fine Watchc.4. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Callender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 
examine. ^.y 

Wade's Opera House. 

The best of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at '.he foot of the stairs, in the vestibule. • 



Tyrolean Concert. 

Also other performances, every night at the 
TiToli Gardens, northwest comer Batter and Stock- 



Tlir rrirnd of a King- 
James Myers, the well-known American 
circus clown, appears to have become the 
bosom friend of Victor Emanuel, king of 
Italy, so much so that a great deal of com- 
ment has been made in Italy upon the 
same. It will no donbt be remembered 
that Myers sent Gratiot Washburne, son 
of our Minister to Paris, to New York to 
hire a bareback rider for hia (Myer's) 
Circus. 

Myers is the Barnura of Europe. He 
has a travelling circus that far surpasses 
any other similar show on the ('ontinent. 
Less than a year ago Myers was in Vienna 
and, without the least reserve, he entered 
upon the subject of his intimacy with the 
king. 

"Why," said he, "the king would come 
and take tickets at my show if I asked 
him to." 

This we rather doubted, and said so ; to 
which Mr. Myers replied : 

"Well, I don't mean exactly that ; but 
then he'd do anything in reason. Why, 
that time my lions died in Berlin, and I 
knew the emperor was coming to see the 
show, I telegraphed to the king, knowing 
h e had just received a valuable lot of lion^ 
as a present, and told him I must either 
borrow, buy, or steal them. By the next 
conveyance they came on to me, and were 
as f^ne animals as the Berliners ever saw." 

"It is a good thing to be on such terms 
with royalty," I said. 

"Yes," he answered, "it is a good thing 
when a king is such a magnificent fellow 
as Victor Emanuel. But then he never 
makes allowance for very hard work, and 
wherever I am, no matter how long a day 
I have bad, I must go and sit with the 
king after the show is over, and smoke and 
talk till two or three o'clock in the morn- 
ing. The king never tires of talking. He 
has an iron constitution, and is as good a 
judge of horseflesh as there is in the world. 
He knows every point of an animal, and 
it is this knowledge and this taste that 
make his cavalry so fine." 

Then Mr. Myers showed me the present 
he had lately received from the king — a 
magnificf-nt gold watch and chain. On the 
back of the watch was the monagram V. 
K. in diamonds, rubies, and emeralds, and 
the royal crown. Around the rim was the 
inscription, "To James W. Myers from 
Victor Emanuel, King of Italy." To the 
chain was attached a locket which con- 
tained an admirable enamelled miniature 
of the king, and the looket, as well as the 
watch, was set in jewels. 

Well, a king has a right to choose his 
friends, and 'Victor Emanuel could hardly 
have found a man whose tastes were more 
congenial to his own than those of Mr. 
Myers. He is a most entertaining talker, 
and from his broad and peculiar travelling 
experiences has a rich fund of anecdote 
at his command. The two men are evi- 
dently on very close terms of intimacy, 
and an Italian remarked to me the other 
day, "Why should it not be so?^ The 
king gives us the most government for the 
least money, and Myers the biggest show. 
It is as essential that we should be amused 
as be governed. 



SAIIBLE ROCK. 

Emrbson CoRvaLE is the name 

Tliat's blent with Eastern Oyster fame ! 

He has the fincbt ever bred. 

And newly taken from the bed. 

O.vsters stew'd, or Oysters roast. 

Curried or Fried, alikc's his boost ! « 

To CoKvii,i.8's famous Saddi.b Rock, 

The fashion of all Frisco Hock ! ! ! 

At 415 PiXK Strret, mind. 
This noted rendezvous you'll find, 
JClkoaxt Private Koous are there 
To accommodate his Patrons fair, 
Who, as they take their Oysters, smile 
And beam with pleasure all the while. 
At approbation of the stock 
Of choice Bivalves at tlie Saddle Rook. 

Emrrsos Corville is, to-day, 

Larfrest Importer on the Bay, 

And the whole trade upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

And then for Clanrs, — soft..or hard i-neil, — 

Lob8t< rs and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, ni^ht and day, now throng tho 

block 
Where stands the (smous SadoI/G Rock. 

Tl;e choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
llasa's Pale Ale, and Guinness' Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bright Ch nipagne the finest brand ; — 
Tea, Coffee and Cliocolate always on band. 
Visit CORViLLK's but once— at all others 

you'll mock,— 
F<ir "there are n jne can compare with the 

Saddle Rock! 

EmERSCK COBVILLb'S SADDLE ROCK OtSTBR SALOON, 

415 Pine Street, opposite the Market. ck 



The Collateral loan nnd Snvines Bank 
Compau.v 

This day announce through the columos of 
FloAllo. that a bank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearny streets for the purpose of 
making a specialty of Loaning Money on Collateral 
Security, sucii as diamonds, silver plate, jewelry, 
etc.. subject to the leKSl rate of interest, namely, 
4 per cent, per month. Reference to the advertise- 
nunt will sati.sfy every one that the Directory of the 
Bank is composed of wealthy and well-known bu.si- 
ness men whose names inspire confidence at a 
glance, and arj a guarantee tbat the affairs of the 
institution will be conducted fairly and honorably. 
The bank itseif is something that has long been 
needed, and those who are unfortunate in stocks 
etc., will now have a house of refuge. w 



rhe Antelope Oyster House. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the beet style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. b 

■ 

Horry np Those Bntter Cakes. 

Who has not tried them? New York Bntter 
Cakes and Coffe for 10 cents, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon, 517 California street, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the night and day 
J. H. Burns, Proprietor. 



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METROPOLITAN THEATR* 

SACRAMENTO. 

This rery desirable property Is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and is 80 
feet on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
alley in the rear. The Theatre Is a very good one. 
and is well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and §600 per 
month. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like the building in question; but 
this desirable property can be bought for 833,000 
cash. Parties wishing to negotiate for the theatre 
cas> write to W. K. MORROW. Sacramento. 

■W. K. MORROW. 
For Rent.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writing to above address. W K. 
MORROW. de24-tf 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAWERS. 

... AND THE. .. 

FULTON & GUEKNVJILE R. R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On nnd nfler Mondar. lUny -iO, 1H<C, 

the .Steamer JAMES M. DONAHUE, Captain W. 
Warner, wiil leave Green-street Wharf daily (Sun- 
days eicepted) at 7 A. M. and 3 r. m.. connecting 
at Donahue Landing with the cars for Petahima, 
Cloverdale and way stations. The cars will leave 
Cloverdale daily (.Sundays excepted) at 8 A. M. and 
3:30 p. M., connecting with steamer at Donahue for 
San Francisco. Close connections made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and GuemviUe Road for Koebell'a 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminus of the road. 
Shortest and (luickcst route to the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close stage 
connections made for Litton's. Skaggs' Mark West. 
Santa Rosa Wliite Sulj-hur, Bartlttt's. Highland 
and Harlien'.^ Springs. Also, tjkiah. Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodega. Duncan's Mills, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake. Mendocino, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS-The Steamer leaves 
Green-street wharf Sunday morning at 8 A. M. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for Cloverdale and 
all stations on the road. Returning, will arrive in 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:20 r. M. Excursion Tick- 
ets sold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 p. >[. 
P. DONAHDK. frealdeit 

A. A. BEAN, General Superintendent. 

V. H. GEROKS. Gen'lP. 4 T. Agi 

General Office, 4?G Montgomery street. Ssn 
Francisco. fe2D-tl 




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Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

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No. 313 Mouteomery Street, 

Buss House Block ; San Francisco 

R. B. STEWART, Proprietor, 
N. B.— Saloon open all night. ap25-tf 

THECAFE DES ARTISTES 

Corner of Bush and Dupont Sts., 
Under the Poodle-Dog Restaurant. 

(Sumamed the French Hercules), Proprietor. 
The Brst (tnalilr or Mines, Llquorg, 

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LINOSEY & DESTIRREICHEP, 

Real Estate Agents and House 
Brokers, 

33(1 KEARNY STREET. 
'Will take full charer of propertr for 

parties wishing to leave the State, and will give 
bonds if required. By permission we refer to the 
following iidlued gentlemen : A. J. KRl'A^'T, 
Mayor; ■» . F. Hr.nFHUKVS, Surveyor;.!. 
WI^:|.A:VI>. Brewer; .lOHK «ALVEKT. 
Builder; FU.IKK KAIICt, Capitalist. rayl9-tf. 

Wood's Opera Hou¥eT 

MAIN STREET, 

LOS AXGELES, CALA. 

A. G. RYAN & CO Proprietors 

COL J. H. WOOD Business Manager 

GEO. F MOORE Stage Manager 

WANTF.U ninEDI.iTEI/Y, Lady Artist-s 

in all Branches of the Profession, also an A No. 1 
Property Man. one t at can Paint Scenery. Variety 
Talent wanted at all times. Write and get a date. 

Agents for Travelling Companies will do well to 
address COL. J. H. WOOD, 

myll Opera House, Los Angeles, Cal. 



OPER4 HOUSE, 

■AN JO«K, CA.UL. 



Thts Bcantlful and Newly Renoyate 

Tbeatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at reasonable terms. 
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Tivoli Concert Gardens, 

N. IV. cor. Sutter and Stockton sts. 



ZIMMERMANN' 

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OAKLAND. 

Tlic Manaeenif nl of the »l:nro 

respectfully announce to their friend; 
public generally, that these Gardens hi 
gone extensive and elegant repairs, hav 
large and very tine 

Dancing aid Musical F 

which has been thrown open to he pi 
numerous other attractions, such as Shi 
leries. Bowling Alleys, Swinge, etc. A fi 

Orchestra and B 

Will be in attendance every Sur 
day and evening. 

.VII Alameda Trains stop at coi 

and Ellis Sts., near the <;ar< 

SIMON & BRECK, Pre 

ADMISSION, 25 €E.\TS. 

P. S. —Special Terms made with Soci 
for Picnics. 

JTT&T ISSUED-200th ED] 

MANHOO 

REVISED AND CORRECTtoi> BY THE A 

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A Medical Essay on tkc Canse n 

A premature decline in man, showing h 
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CURTIS ON •MANHOOD.''/ Therei- 
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useful, wh' ther he be parent, preceptor 
man.— icwicZon Times. 

Price — One Dollar, by mail or express 
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assortment SHIRTS and FUKNISHIN< 

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desperate cases are invited. No Pay rcqi 
a cure is effected. 

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below Kearny. PRICES KE-- 
DUCED: Baths. 25 cents. Shav-^ 
Ing, 25 cents. Hair cuttimr, 25 
cents, Shampooing, 25 ceute. 
Medicated Baths. ae 3-tf .lOp; 

FLORENCE SAU 

N. ^W. Corner Ellis and PoMel 

BEST BRANDS OP 

Wines, Liquors & Ci 

W. E. ROGERS, Preprietor. 

OEOROE MAYES, 
Dealer In Oroters, f^Iania, and^ 

all kinds of SHELL FISH, Stalls Nos.^ 
40, 41. 42. California Market, eotranoe 
on California street. 

Public or private parties and famillei 
from 6 >L u. to 13 F H. Ladies' and G< 
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:RBA SANTA 

TROCHES 

ongthcn the Voice and 
Believe Cough. 

M. SEAEBY. DRUGGIST. 

€9 Market St. 

Dsite Baldwin's Theatre; also, 
imer t'olsom and Fifth Sts. 




'Here, Tbere and Everywliero." 



EstabUahed 18S5 



SAW FRAMCISOO, SATURDAT, JUNE 10, WJ8. 



ADE'S OPERA HOUSE 

Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 

ICK W. BERT Lksskb and Makaobr 

Uartlett Staste Man;i-er 

RDAY& SUNDAY EVE'GS.J^^ 

CiKEAT SUCCESS OK TUE YOUNG ENGLISH TKAGEDIAN. 

E5<3. rLic3i-r<roi-.i> 

IN HIS ORIGINAL liU'EKaON.VTION OF 



Or, The Battle of Agincourt. 

BKXRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

r4;ioster I brothers to the I Mr. Friwer 

f Ib'tlford I King I Hr. Lorclon 

"EwKT Uncle to itae Kine J. H. >Iuhaii 

' York Cousin to the Ring Mr. Herbert 

Siillshury »■«•• KeiMly 

HVesiniureland J. Wilkes 

Wai-wick Mr. Morlv; 

Imiiuf C'anteibnrr Mr. He.idows 

)t Kiv .; Mr. Aeylon 

ni:i.s<;r»y I tbeKing. | .Mr. I»:Ht«n 

Tii ...............;.....; I ^'"^" ^"^ I ». M. Wiirrf 

I Wm. l»callcn 

«'. leyton 

I ; L. ^anl 

Soldiers in King Henry's Army ( Chas. Howe 

■B... I I «•. Morelli 

er Mr. <iiol4lthwsite 

I Formerly Serrants to Falstaff. C^orprc <k>{:litll 
Now Soldiers in King I Wm .Siinin* 
Henry's Army. 1 John Jark 

Servant to the above MUs GerUe tiiritnvllle 

d Mr. Mertou 

iulor, frnni Chas. TI Mr. t»enrg 

VI Kins of France Chas. Allen 

...the Uaiiphln E. J. Buckley 

' Bur;:iiiidy Mr. Raiiior 

OrUanH W. W. Sh^a-vr 

r BonrlMin Mr. KallcAtun 

h >>ol«llcr nous. A. Maynard 

stable ol Prance H. M. Brown 

•e» I ,!v.„„v T„^. I Mr. Blackbarn 

re. I Freocli Lords I ,,,. Mowbray 

»r of HarOenr C. tJalloway 

»» a French Herald Cha* Edmonds 

hop of Bourses Mr. Bertram 

i Katherlne... MIs.s Mary Yonni; 

ulckly (Pistol's wife) a Bostctis 

Mrs- Chas. Edmonds 

.tiuecn of France Mr«. Morion Bush 

• lis Chorns Miss Anuie Flrmln 

a lady attendant upon the Princess Katherlne 

•ivy l■■-■■-■■-■^:^VA^— ■_■■■■_■■■_■■■ ■:■■■■■-■■-■ ■-■^,■1' li*!,Jy_^fg>>^'M«l! 

itoine ot scene's, H-vents. Jfc^tc. 

Scene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2— EASTCHEAP, LONDON, 
f the Boar's Head. Scene J- The Beach at Southamptont The En- 
: at Anchor. 

-FRANCE. Scene I —A RcKim in the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
glish Entrenchments at Harfleor. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 
Scene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUR ! At the Breach ! Signs of a 
iflict. Sc«ue 5— The French Palace at Rouen. A View in Ficardy. 
Scene 1 —The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night.) 
the English Line. (Night) 3— The Ilauphin's Tent. 4-The En- 
ion at Agincourt. 5— Part of the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU. 
rrLE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains of Agincourt. 8— After 
y. 
—Scene I— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

-FRANCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. 2— A View 
fro:u the Bridge. 3-INTERlOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
Ceremony of the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katberine 

tinee Tliis Afternoon. 






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of Jewelry 

and Dealers 

iaDiamonds 

and 

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No. 904 

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near 

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Watches & 
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Kepaired. 



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ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell. 

THOS, MAOUIRE..... ...^.PRorRnrroR 

MR. THOMAS MAGUIRE has the honor to annooiice that he hiis entered 

into arranKcnients with MR. MAURICE STHaKOSlH 

for a series of GRAND 



Introduciiift the Celebrated Prima Donna from Her Majiptj's Opera (Lon- 
don), the Italian Opera House (P.iri9), and the Academy ' 
of Music (New York), 

Mile. ANNA DE BSLOCCA 

AS:ijtcd bv the Eminent Tcmnz Tti or, 
And the Famous Youni; ' 



And the Famous Youni; fcariione, 
Tlio whole under the Direction of 

MR. MAUf^lCE 8TRAKOSCH, 

Who will preside at the Piuno-Fortc. 

•X? J«=* JQ 'X' H I JtHL x:» O O J>a" CJ -is* JE< •!> 

WILL TAKE PLACE 

Sunday Evening, June 11th, 

With the following carefully selected Programme : 
I'.A.H.T I. 

-Wver»niie-**Hf<ine Dame" Bnane 

OKCHE8TKA. ' 

3-Bomanaa, "I/Onlse MlUer" Verdi 

M. TOM HAKl,. 

3— Sacred <6eng, the c«<ebratod *'Ave Maria" (Therablal 

MLLK. BELWCCA. 
Aria, "Di Ptrreaza," froni La Traviata, 
bit;. TAtiLIAPIElltA 



..Verdi 
Bosslnl 



'i>einlram I dc" 

HLL,E. BELOCCA. 

6— VcTerle, "Harp Sounds" BInmcnthal 

OKCUESTK4. 

7— Duetto. "Marth.i" Plelow 

U. TOM RAKIi and SIU. TACiUAPIETKA. 

8— "Haleluya d' Amour*' Fani* 

MLLE. BECOCCA. 

i^-£*.3iFt'i' JLI. 

1— Se)«ctiion, "Rleolctto" Tevill 

OBCUL8TBA. 

8— Duo, "Lac^darem la mano" from **Don etovanni".. Mozart 
MLLE. BKLOCCA and SIV. TAVUAPiE'rKA. 

3— Ballad, "litly of Rillarucy" Benedict 

M. TOM H4BL. 

4 -Aria, "Adelaldo" (in German) Beethoven 

MLLE. BELOCCA. 

5— Romanzetta, "L'Ayanturicre" Comei 

SICi. TA(;LIAriETKA. 

6— BaUad, "When the FlowiUK Tide Comet) In" Millard 

n. 'lOM RAUL. 
7— Canionetta, "lo con la Farfalln" (I am the Botterllyl. 

from "The Contessa d* Amnio" PctrelU 

MLLE. KELUCCA. 



S-Flnale, March "£u Aviint" 

fUBCHESTBA. 



.CnnRl 



[R. GEO. T. EVANS Condpitor 

The Piano used at these coi.cert^ is the celebrated Steinway, furnished by 
M_ Gray . 8ole_ag ent_for _the_Pj<-ifVc Coast. 

Fourth Concert, Tuesday, June I3th. 



VOL. XXIII. 



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STYLISH . 

Cto( u|) of th* BMt MalsUl. 

UiUU 

NeCA^K'K. PiarttAi UiMm. 



California Theatre. 



Snnday Evening', June Hth 

Complimentary Entertainment 



TKNDKRKD TO 11R_.„ 



CSARLES FECHTER! 



BT TH«.. 



Imatenr Soeletyl 

The pjrformwKc will commence with Ike Od* AM Op«r«<t« 
byA. PILATl. 

ROYAL CRAVATTE! 

Nanon, RavaudeuM: Hair. H. Haillaf^ 

Fleur.4e-Mal, RoyalCraratlc M. 4, cltArmau 



The performance to conclude with the CanHriy tn tam Mis, hj 
MM. DECXJURCELLE and JAIME Pll^ taUlM 



1 G01ff?lEiN£UE 



(A Bachelor of Arts.) 

FREDERIC DE MAR3AU OHARI.K'* FKCHTHR 

Valentine, fille de Darenul Bar. Bvw fcuilMima 

Eatellr, fcmmedeDsrMaal Hmtw R. Ir(ra4r* 

BenJanM^ K. il*iM>ell«« 

Duretuel »'. I*«»»4r«' 

f;4lon»rd, (lis I>aro«a«l , > • l<arr«ai> 

TitNole*a >'- •.'•TrM 

Joiicph «>. «)uMt 

Btc. 



^ce Opera House. 

ir New Montgomery and Mission Sts. 

5B..C0L. WIL-SOXi A8(ii8TANT..J. GRH-PINSON 
LNAOER MATT KELLY 

F ORCHESTRA JOE. GREEN 

IDAf AND SUNDAT EVENINGS 



bant Sneeess o€ the Family Theatre 



MOST PERFECT ORDER PRHJSERVED. 



;D -with ENTHV8IA8TIC APPLAUSE I 



need by the PaMic and Press the diost 
pleto and attractive entertainment 
in the city. 

iN ENTIRE CHAKtiE KICBTLV. 



THE tALlFOUNlA 

ENTY BEAIITIFIIL TOU.VG LADIEK. 

! OHEISTY 

mTEBIM OP THREE MimJTEB. 
Grand and Varied Interlude. 
ILLINO DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT- 
ine and Gi-eoi-ere JL.iipiroil. 

SOLO JAKE 'WALLACE 

THE PBI.IiCE SATZDMA 

l1 Japanese Troupe ! 

Includlnc LITTLE ALL BIGHT. 

lone and Dance.... ChriHty and William** 

.Mmc. M. tlarllni-7. 

• D DAMCE MIHM Li Li; WIL»0\ 

Icul Wonder Harry Cauitland 

TilE CELEBRATEO 

rRICANT FAMILY, 

(FIVE IN NITMBER), 
rinclpal Europeiul and American Hippodroines and 
1— IN THEIR MARVELLOUS EVOLUTIONS. 

TERMISaiON OF THREE MINUTES. 



nd Fiing — Miss Lula Wilsoo 



Hme. Martinez and Mons. Bonvet 



OOIVOOIN'H 



lid Aw kwar d g quad 

■is Christy and Wllllamn 

olude with the Unrivalled Performance of THE 

l:*i*Snce Matzuma, 

1 Japanese Troupe ! 

SCALE OF PRICES. 
^ «■ or. I OrcheHtraCh^,.. «>>.,.. 



1 r 




tan.-!. ..,■». Aug. 16, 1870. 



Grand Reopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard & Jones 

HAVE REOPENED lUEIR 

Magniflcet Shoe Parlor ? 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



Sole Agents for the LILY YOUNG, PRATT ft 
BKACKErS Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Qenaino except iitarape<l with our Trade Mark; Sole 
AKCiila for SAMUEL UCNUAR & CO'.S. Fine MisHS' and 
Children's Shoes, and URAY IlROS. Extra^Flne Ladle*' and 
Misses' New York Shoes. The largest and finest st^'ok ot 



IBXJTTIT'XIVr C3. 3BXT1?«.T'» 



LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES in the City. Every pair 
WARRANTEO GENUINE. 



arZ.A.'S'Z«T.^k.^«.X3 <«9 0*0X0^X301 



ITew Oljrmpic Variety 

Southeast Comer Third and Mission Streets. 

J. UAIlKl.VOTO^ Propristoh 

JOONNY TUKR« .^ta^o Maniffrf 

ISAUORl FRAitK Munloal I)lr«;;^.r 

Randolph Dixon Swuic Arti«t 

Most Complete 'Variety Organisation in the City 
30 rEBFOHMEil.<> «0 BKADTIFIL lOi .%<; LADIF.8 

FIRST APPEARANCE OF 

FIRST APPEARANCE OF 

13. Hi. S^.'LXXDLdeirs 

Kncaficd exprtRAlv for iho fiolo in C'.\N CAN 
with KLl^A H AKl'.l.V(.roN 

TUERS iWEST. Bobm I__^R0.SA tJVILSON. Taniboria* 

SATURDAY AND SUNDAT EVENINOB 

The Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 Minntei. 



Overture 

Ml>>i LI III A LIVIN(;STOK. 

HorrU rtelih 

Lnwrmre tTinon 



OrrbeaIra 

IN <»»M.« 

('bamploa < Ini 
.And Ilia <.ult.>r 



Slaell TyetxxGGJrm. 



....■West *°t:.i^_'.^ 



I>»Ai.<»IH 



Goat Island :f3-host. 



Johunj Tiicin Ilnnj Iltaar 1 



Ali'l 



!■ Aaiaaa tlie f oala , ' " 

le riar"' ""<'' ^•' ■< ' loiut umA 



ioadore Prnnli 

Lydin LIvliiKaton Dowi 

KILLl »»li*T, Ike Champion B«M riar'r .( ii.^ V*. 

.in; NHKIilx 1»»nn 

■.awrcnr^; CllhoB *"'• HI. «.till»r 

overture Orrhr.lra 

Harry Howard and his Banjo. 

Uvlncatoa ^ l!^ ""5? 

The T-siro Gomiques. 



Mnnc 

IICI..H HHinrH 
kaadorc Frank.. 



A»<1 _ . 

Maud Harrla 

BOMRU and Wll.«»« 

Will HIBS Mia FavorlU BMia 



KUc Mioiit«r IrtermlwHnn to rl'» tl">» U M\ Hlat» 

r«r the Knyal 

FrailtT. the B<-li. .i m . • ' ri . . t ,n 



(1 

Mr, l^ifliK- 
Jnmli" 

a I' 
Mr. Pi 

hi- 

Tbiii.« « 

.Mri Kllfmniamn who la vllHnf lo taar 

with him In Parla in stveb of Um Mae. . . 

DnKhy vl ; 

Can-Oan dancers, ItAiat In valMni. bj <"i 

m — 



Buckley's Varietios. 

N. W. comor Koamjr and Pino Hlreeta. 

JIM noCKINU k IIEOKOR l-KT* R-' rn<«l Rirri>«» 

FRAKS MliBTmoRI Iliir. .» »r, ■, SVM> M>:>«a* 

K Bchmldt ..MillBoal I>lr.wl.w • nn«h«» U »^» Ti m ■ r 

SATTTRDAY AND SUNDAT EVE3nN<M 

Thi. Pfrfnrmaao* will Owwiuikw with • 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

Flnlshlnt with Um PIA.VTATIOII WALK AKOl'ND. 
Medley 0»ert«»« •rrhwtru 

Two Henrys in the Field ! 
LITTLE GENKRAL! 

Banlatal* .♦.^^^^MaMTHft 

We Are Seventy-Five. 

nOBTiniR 4 M» ^""** 

Hrnio-taBit a«^«. 'ffJSJ *^^QM 

auXt; AHB BAI ICB fclUJB WAtA^CT 

»•»« » — tW M il**** 

Dutch i^IMLIO . Songs 

Plrolo'pilV~"le« rMvclMa- FMha mtr^ur* 

gonB mmi. Vmm<m J»k«»r Pr«« 

Bti.i.4B.~.'n?T::.^.^r.'.... ..'._. ..'.'»•■• •••rtB 

Aorobntlo Sonf Md SsSM, H»rr/ 9tpa'» 

famlrDIIIT - *** T**^ 

OLD BIMBLEBAOK 

Mf« IUw.b»«»»" ,. ^ M VISIT 

ffWt^m . . . ••••• ■ - « ^ ijt^^ 

BuiiD.»....»fci . : ' — .*"*? 

LM4l«r4 . . „„„ ' _; !T 

Sixteen-string Ja ek. 

•tltlrrsi ««r1at Jmth. si •• J»«k ».■ • 

..... ,(■..:' ^ -• I. / rrmt 



I walMnl. hy < 



Vwmitmi 
Okftata 

(l|.l>«.ia 



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m 




vnx OROAK or AHUSUreMTS. 

PntaUibed Eren Dm In U>8 Yew. bj 

AI 

■St ilercliBBi »trttt. l«-low Montcomery 

a>- Mrtributed Free throughout the City daiUr. 

HOT8K PBOURAJIMK for tie JoUowin* pl»c« of 

Amuaeaieat . 

California Thootro: 
Wade'B Opera Hoaso: 
Baldwin's Academy of Mn«lc; 
Magnlre's Now Theatre: 
MagriUre'B Opera Honse: 

Platfa HaU 
Buckley's Varieties; 
New Olympic Theatre; 



SATUKDAY JUNE 10 



Amnsements. Etc. 

MAOniEE's New Theatre.— The variety 

>«rform»nce and tableaux rlianU continue to »t- 
tnet Immenw audience*. notwiUulanding the 
«xtra layer of jauxe The encasement of tht« 
troupe it ihort being limited to three weelis. Mati- 
«•• tkU afternoon 

Opera Hoose.— The Minstrels are pre- 
Motinc an attiaotire bill containing bujlaaque, 
^•lladi and blacli butlneM. "Henrjr the V in 
BUok" wlU be pre«ent«d on Monday next, the bur- 
laaqae being tb* work of J R Kemble. 

Wade's Opera House.— "Henry V. " 

with 0«>rze RignoM as Harry th» Fighter This 
xpactaole i> now in ita second week at this place and 
■o tar haa shown but little signs of slack andience 
An extra performance to-morrow night 

California Theatre.—" Henry V." 

will be given tbis afternoon and evening with Law. 
»«nce Barrett. Frederick Thome, and C. B Bishop 
-is the cast So far. the first week has been in 
<*Ter7 way aoccessfnl. 

Baldwin's Academy.— It must be al- 
lowed that Belooca's sin King last Dicbt was a great 
iaiprOTement on that ol the flist conoert Her 
voice in the recitative to 'Di tante palpite' might 
anhesitatingly be called u pure contralto whereas 
it was difflcult to say on her first appearance under 
what Tocal head she wss to be classed The ro- 
^anco 'fSi voui n'aveK rien a rao dire.' and Pa- 
delha'a "Mandolinata" were both given with much 
delica'e archness, but "Katleen Mavourneen" w&.i 
bardly the success wt anticipated. MUo. de Be'.- 
ocea'.i reception was on the whole ixuch warmer 
last night than on Wcdneiiday. the applause on the 
conclusion of Cherubino's song from "Le No/ze di 
Vigaro" baiug very hearty and real. Mr. Tom Karl 
again negatively di.itiogulshed hloiself whilst Sig- 
■or Taglipietra confirnaed the exeeediagly good im- 
.yression made at the fiTHt ooLcert by the charming 
manner in which he sang Rabandy's Romance "La 
atella confident*" in which his splendid method was 
heard to excellent advantage. The third grand 
concert will be given to-morrow night. 

Bccklht'8 New 'Vabiety Theatre.— 

TbIs vvening VUam. Mortimer and Kimic will ap- 
pear in their character act "We're Seventy-ave." 
'Henry the Fifth" will be burlesqued oader the 
title et "Two Henrys in the Field." 

New Oltmpio "Variety Theatre.— 

Miaa Vlnnie Welch makes her first appearance 
kere to-night. Rosa. DeAngelis and West give 
»b*lra«t(4 ' Tb*8beUD»D«ers." 

Palace Opika House- Songs, dances, 

trapeze act, niiustralsy. Japanese JuggUaf and 
Seaeral fun all fonad here to-night. 

■Woodward's Gardens.— Attractions. — 

The Terpsichorcau Wonders, the Allen Sisters, 
Mile. Martelini on the trspe/e, Blanchetl*? the 
excelsior Contortionist and the Variety Troupe Sat- 
urday and Sunday. The beautiful Stauhopea 
Oculata is in bloom. 

TheClipf Hodsb.— Captain J'oster, the 
■enlal host of the CUfI House. entertaint|ri(itora 
Irom all parts of the Globe at his famous so»-side 
r«»ort. The Cliff House Is T n E one thing Ban 
Fnnclsco has to boast of as dilTerent from any 
thing else in the world. Omnibuses ma every day 
Craai the terminus of the Lone Mountain railroad. 



■anacer* 

Of Amusemonta, Excuivtons, Lectures, and 
Ooacerta, are directed to the splendid I'rintmi' 
fctabllshmcnt of B. F, Sterctt, f,3I Clav Street. 
o»er the San FrandasD Market. The lar({e8t Posl- 
«B, In Plain or Fancy Colom, are turned out Id 
the shortest possible space of time. Alwi, Beau 
ttlul Programmes, Ttciteti, etc., etc., printed to 
suit tht most laaiMioua. Mr. Sterctt keeps con- 
stantly un hard a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pers of f,iTy sha/le, and the prices chaxijed for 
these are very hitle in a<lvincu of plain whit« 

rl*r. StrBsmona of various sixes, from Id to 42 
ch lultem, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
Ink. uieaire Maua^^rs are especially luvited to 
eMl for estimates This well-known Printing House 
was estabUshsJ by the present propnitor in IS50 
•ud has been in successful operation ever since. 

^ ^i 

Bsn't Pay Fancy Prices 

By u'liii'i: to lu.ntp.riiiry or Ki-amy street to 
ret jour hits, ulitii yt,u can buy the very finest 
cIuH , f ., .<i« cmsulerably cheaper than in cither 
'■ Is by calliiiit at "The" lUt Store, 

■n street, below Kearny, bcsidea, 
' udid and complete assortment to 
u..,^, ,.,. „ This is a positive fact, and cvcrvone 
is sure to be pleased 11 they call at the above 
l>*ce. ^ 

Tfc* Lailirs of Kan rranrluro 

Will licgUd (o learn of the oiwning of Brst- 
liassofliccs at6'4 Clay street, opposite Kobler, 
«i!li", SV,"' **""■" '*"^> t'^u be supplied with 
?i~;''' U* S'"*'"" domestic servants at short no 
M^;..!.. ° ""^^""'y recommend Messrs. Kind & 
«o please their customers. u 

Ko man or wom.n Is safe while the least rem- 
«u.tol«,u«horc.ld,oranysympiom8 of pu^- 

T^T^ iX.'. T*" ll*"L' """oy "' Hoarhound 
aiia lar. Pikes Toothache Iirnn. ^.■~ i. 

>v lie. 



-- — « «.y,>wj ui uufliriiui 

Toothache Drops cure in • 



hrw Store: Kew c<^«ig • 

Me"u.i!iixrt^"r;.vrXd'arN?,V2'^j.-„^, 



Wholesale and ret^ 



*t P» aer's, 72« to 734 



DRAMATIC NOTES. 

The prlDcip.1 ('ramaticeTentof the wc«k bag. of 
ourse. been the production of "Henry V." at the 
Call f oruia Theatre. The production has been freely 
noticed iu these columns and the daily newspaper., 
the fiencral verdict being now that the pieee runs 
amoothly. that the aubo;dinate actors have settled 
wall down to their part., and that Mr. Barrett baa 
awoke to the inipassiooed neeessifies oC hU rale 
aad put more of his heart into the matter, when 
all these thinca are conaiderod. it is conceded that 
there is litUe to ehoose betweee the two perform- 
ances Both areeaoelleot and enioyabli. but nei- 
ther of them will run (our weeks. 

At the California it has been determined to pro- 
duoe "Julius C»4ar' ia great style, as soon as 
•*H«Dry V.' shows any pigns of ceasing to draw. 

At Wade's there is taik of "E*^meo and Juliet," 
and "lilaek Eyed Susan." ana whether as the Ital- 
Uq lover or the Britiiib aailor there will always be 
much interest attached to the pcrformacoe ol the 
stalwart EngUsbmao. 

After RigBolfl's engagement comes the produc- 
tion of "Fates and Furies." a successful Parisian 
melodrama, in which Mr. George Ciprico has in- 
vested a large sum of money and much anxiety. 
He will play the principal part, that of Mons AI- 
berte. an artist, but the pieee abounds as fully in 
strongly drawn characters as in effectivesituations 
We most decidedly hope that this chief ventiure of 
Ciprico will prove succeasful and profitable. 

Those who have listtned to Bret Harte's play. 
which is to be produced at the Union-Square Thea- 
tre la August, say that it reads like some delightful 
story 'I have forgotten." saya he of kbo Balti- 
more DuU'tin. "just the fabulous sum that I heard 
a cute theatrical man say the other dai^ that be 
would give for it. but it was suflficiect to show his 
eati mate of ita possibilities. The ladies who will 
take part are Kate Claxton and Sara Jewett 
Strange to say, the role assumed by Stuart Robson 
(for whom the piece was written) is a mere sketch, 
and it depends upon bim to give it that life and 
color that make a successful charaeter assumption. 
Much excitement has been caused during the 
weak by the exhibition of certain female figures in 
fleshings at Maguire's New Theatre and called 
Matt Morgan's Lifing Ficturea. Kow. of course, 
they are not faithful reproductions of the tableaux 
vi vants that created so much interest a^d talk iu Kew 
Tork. but still they are fair camples of what was 
there shown. The figures here shown are certaiolv 
much undraped. but where the immorality of the 
exhibition lie?, we fail to see. Ko art gallery but 
shows more of the female form divine than is here 
exhibited It is somewhat remarkable that the 
papers in which Nick Roberts has not advertised, 
are the only ones that have cried out against the 
realization of "Cleopatra btfore Cif.aar" «{ o^'. 

Notwithstanding numerous dirappointmcLts. we 
are always glad to bear of a new prima donna 
arising in our midst Not our very midst, for tbis 
time the brave woman is found in New York. Miss 
G ertrude Corbdtt is the youD£ lady, who inter- 
viewers has entered heart and soul into a new 
English Opera venture. This was to be tnaug\irated 
at the Academy of Music. June 5. by a performance 
of "Norma." with acast which it was claimed would 
not be composed of "dticks." Miss Corbett promises 
to afford a firatifying contrast ia the mode of pro- 
ducing and illuBtratJDg important lyric works. Sbo 
has not been coached by the high priests of opera, 
nor baa she been overweighted with a mass of 
preUminary journaliatlc rubbish, and therefore faer 
career is hopefal. 

In connection with the latter pari of the preced- 
ing paragraph we would caution Eastern stars, 
managers, and impressarioa against relying over 
much, or indeed at all. en the effect a New York 
reputation has with a San Fraacisco audience. 
Lengthy newspaper paracrapbs full of extravagant 
praise lavished ou this actor's legs and that actress- 
laces, belong to the province of reporters and not to 
the critics. A baudsome face or a full wardrobe ia 
held up aa a reason why such a one should be a euc- 
ceas! Interviewers and oorrespondenta lavish col- 
umns on ever? paraonal detail of an actor or actress. 
and these are cut out, re-published, and s»ut 
through the country as the surest heralding of au 
artist'f) fitness for a formcst position in the pro- 
fession. That sort of thing doesn't go down in San 
Francisco. Montague became a sensible young 
fellow here with never a thought of his 'beauty;' 
the New York papers nearly spoiled Jas. O'Neill he- 
fore he left by incessantly talking of hie 'manly 
beauty;' Mrs. Bcott Siddons was baraly more than 
tolerated; not twertty lines hav been given in all 
the newi;papers put together to Rignold's 'beauty;' 
Bclocca has been criticised for bcr voieo and not 
because she may merit the term of Treaty little 
Bclocca' ; Miss Fanny Davenport never bad less 
said about her 'lovely face' than during the time 
she was in San Francisco, and so on, and so on 
This metropoMtan fashion of making gods and 
Rodessess out of the metropolitan favorites is de- 
basing and false San Franciscans after their 
healthy, straight-ahead fashion will persist in :udg- 
ing ningera by their voices, and actors by their 
talent, with scarcely a word for the beauty or bro- 
cades they bring with them 

Here is good news an' it is reliable. Ir. •« i&id 
that Mile- Marie Aimce, the queen of ep»r:L bourfe 
in this country, will soon be^fin the season with a 
very complete French company Her acasoa will 
begin in June, in Boston one week, then Philadel- 
phia, and then Booth's Theatre, New York, leaving 
on July ^Kh for Wade's Opera House. The citn- 
pauy will be under the manacemcot of Mr. Maur- 
ice Grau. whose losses thus far on OiTenbach. by 
the way, ara in the neighborhood of tS.Oi'iO- 

The business at the California Theatre after the 
B&rratt-Jarrett engagement will be as follows : 
John T. Raymond ooms at the California Theatre. 
July 5th. foUowul on July 24th by Rose F.ytinge. 
Edwin Booth opens Sept 4th. for four weeks, fol- 
lowed on Oct. 2J by Frank Mayo, after v.hich 
oonien Geo. Fawcott Rowe on Oct. 30th. with 
"liraw." W. J. Florence with the "Mighty Dollar,'' 
comes in December. 

M isa Jean Clara Walter* la daily expected in the 
•Ity. 

Tony Pastor and hia wonderful 'Variety Troupe, 
will open at the New Theatre on Monday fortnight. 
June 'iCth. 

Mlaa Katherine Rogers, for the past seaaon the 
leading lady at Cheney a Globe Theatre. Boston, 
left per Cunard stfaraship for Europe on Wednes- 
day week. She retuTis in the fall, and oomea to 
Wade's Opera House. San Francisco, a^ leading 
lady in the stock. 

J H Hunter is traveling as agent for thu Illus- 
ionists, and T Atkina as agent for the California 
BUnstrels 

It is. we beUe»c-. generally understood that Ade- 
taide Phillip* and her sister are eomln« here, and it 
ia known that Maurice Stritkeach ia in correspon- 
denc* with Mme. Fappenheim. the German prima 
donna Last night w« were informed that Pietro 
Baccei had either left New York or was on the 
point of doing se. Kverything points to a season 



Mr Vo«stlin. the aceui* artist, is so well pleased 
with San Francisco, or else is so afraid of the law's 
delays, that he has telegraphed for hia wife and 
family to come on here. 
Bl<»ndin Is in town and will soon appear. 
Joe Murphy opened at the Arch, Philadelphia, 
on Moaday last. It will be news to many that his 
appearance at th* Park Theatre. New York, on the 
23d ult , in "Ktrry GowDhnv" may bs chronicled 
aa having afforded a large audience a genulue dra- 
matic treat. In the varied exbibitious of senti- 
ment, courage, pathos, wit and In the versatile dra- 
matic power demanded by the part. Mr. Murphy 
iM said to have surprised the audience. 
Th* Georgia Minsttela are at San Jose. 
The Califensia Minstrels were at Virginia City on 
Tuesday night. 

Maurkjs Strakoach who is here with Belocca is 
the brother of the Max Strakosch the famous Im- 
pressario. Max is at present ia Europe and his 
latest eaterprise conjointly with Maurice In an 
•pera season in New York, sometime during the 
comiDg Fall with five prima donnas. Miss Minnie 
Haack. ftllle. Anna de Beloooa, Mme. Palmieri, 
Madame Pappenbein and Miss Clara Louise Kel- 
logg 

A few days ago Charles Fecbter presented John 
McCullough with a handsome pair of sleeve but- 
tons and collar stud in diamonds and jet as a mark 
of appreciation and friendship. 

Signor Gariboldi has for sevaral weeks past been 
busily engaged on a drop-curtain for Baldwin's 
Academy of fr.usic The subject illustrates the 
classic story of Apollo's expulsion from Mount 
Olympus, bearing Psyche with him iu his flight. 
The son of Jupiter and Latona is represented in 
the Character of Phoubus, the sun-god. assigned 
him by the Greeks, and be stands ou a chariot 
drawn by horses, amid rolling clouds with the bride 
of Cupid in his arms. 
De Murska and company are in New Zealand. 
The Sydney Theatre Royal Proprietary Company 
recently ocade a quarterly division of ten per cent. 
I>9r annum, which we learn la usual, and carried 
£1.300 ($6,500) to the reserve fund, making £4,600 
($23,000) now available. 

CARtiO^. June 8, 1S76. 
£>uAR FtOAJio:— Our success here hafi been suf- 
ficiently great to warrant our gMng five instead of 
two performances. Play at Gold Bill June llth. 
Virginia City Juuo 12th. then on the road to Cen- 
tennial, where we expect to arrive about Augrust. 
Yoars truly. SnEitiDAN Corbfn. 

Lo3 As^iBhKH, June 6, 1376. 
DxAK FiOABO :— Business here good, crowded 
nightly Expect Alf. Burnett and Helen Nash 
soon. Respectfully. 

GsoitcR F. Moore, 

with CoL. J. H Wood. 
Tho newt comes from Sydney that Miss Bmelie 
Melville's success continues unabated f u the Colo- 
nies. In her second Sydney season her success ia 
even mora satisfactory than the first, "Oirofle-Gir 
ofls." "La Pericbole," "The Bohemian Girl," and 
"Crown Diamonds' having been produced. In the 
conotry the papers are lavish in their praise of the 
California prima donna, one Ballarat journal com- 
paring hei rendition of "Lo, here the gentle lark," 
favorably with lima de Murska's performance uf 
the same difficult song. 

A New York mftuager, it Is reported, has been 
endeavoring te arrange for the joint appuaracce of 
Anna Dickinson and Kato Field, next season, ab 
the Two Orphans iu the drama of that name. Bnt 
as each of these experienced artists stubbornly re- 
fused to accept the part of the ori>han who nnfor- 
tnnatoly letains the power of virion, and both as- 
sert they wil! go it blind, or not at all, the negoti- 
ations have terminated without reeult 

Mrs James A Gates and Troup^ were in Kansas 
City, June Ist, 2d and 3d; opened at St. Louis on 
tho 5th for one we«fc. 

In coosaction with the fuae^ of Billy Manning. 
lately alluded to as baTin^r taken place at Piqua, 
Ohio. May 20th. it may be mentioned that 
tho bottom of the ^rave was covered with Brussels 
carpet, and two flagstones were placed over tke 
coffin and covered with cement. 

BASTBRK NOTBft. 

Fdwin Booth and Troupe, Buffalo. May 20tb, one 
week. 

JohnT. Raymond, Pougbkeepsie, June 1; Troy, 
2d and 3d. 

Buffalo Bill Combination. Wilmington.Del. June 
3d andoth. 

Offenbach is not a miraculous success in New 
York, although, it ia a matter of pecuniary indiff- 
erence to Messrs. Shook & Palmer or to ftL Offen- 
bach whether crowds flock to hear or cot. They 
are both secure from any loss, and, as regards M. 
Offenbach, every sou of his salary v. as paid to bim 
before be left his dear, delighful Pari-'. It is Mau- 
rice Grau who is chiefly concerned. 

MLsA Davenport's benefit was a great success. 
The chief attraction was the beneficiare as Rosa- 
lind, a part In which Mrs. Siddonit'charraing Shakes- 
I>eariaD face and Neilson'i girlish beauty had the 
drawback of awkward, scrawny figures. There- 
fore, as all the Ro:3aliuds of lite have been little 
and lean, some doubts were expressed as to the 
fitness of Miss Davenport's magnificent propor- 
tions fcr the revelations of a boy's dress. These 
were pr» mptly set at reat when, discardtng the be- 
witching costume of rose-colored satin and silver 
lace, the lidy appeared in a lovely-shai>cd dresa of 
gray- the same shade in her silkoji tishte, sandalled 
shoes and saucy hiit A more delicious picture the 
eye never rested upon; and a mora delightful ren- 
dering of th* character throughout was never wit- 
nessed. Mrs Siddons makes her Roraliod a love- 
sick (lairsel, who throu^rhout her scene* with Or- 
lando shows an inclination to flop on the lover's 
breast aod own up the evi 'ent state of affairs; Miss 
Neitsoa is stiff and extremely conscious of her 
exposed extrcmiti.s. One would have supposed 
MiMs Davenport had worn the brief costume of 
Ganymede all her life, and unlike Mrs. Siddons she 
makes a bantering, bewildering youth of the dis- 
guised girl. 

The Riohingg-Beru&rd Opera Troupe have closed 
their traveling season. 
Dr. Hans Von Bulow sailed for Furope June 3d 
Mr. Stephen Fiske. buainesa manager of Daly's 
Fifth Avenue Theatre, received hia compli 
mentary benefit on .Tune 3d. The entire company 
appeared in an ©xtctiSive bill, including "The 
Siamese Twins'." with Brougham and Davidge in 
the principal parts; "Froa-Frou." with Miss Fanny 
Davenport for the first time in New York; aad 
"Jenny Lind," with Miss Davenport and James 
Lewis in the cast. Sol Smith RusseU, the Madri- 
gal Boys and the San Francisco Minstrels were also 
among the attractions. 

Barry Sullivan, the tragedian, sailed for Burepe 
on Wednesday. He openod at Booth's Theatre, in 
"Haalet." Augiut 30th. 1875, aad ainoe them travel- 
ed 29,000 miles, visited 33 cities several times, gave 
23S performance* and received over $140,000. In 
San Francisco he played his finest engagement. 
Mr. Sullivan will return to this country September 
a yea^ hence. 
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will travel with her own company next season un- 
der the management of Mr. Jobs P. Smith. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence commenced an 11 
weeks' engagement at Wallack'a, N. Y., May 29th, in 
the "Mifihty Dollar." 

Miss Anna Dickenson has reappeared at New 
Haven, in her play of "A Crown of Thorns." sup- 
ported by Mr. J. C. Cowper and a full company. 

Wiiliara Wheatley was lately married to Miss 
Holmes in New York city. He is sixty years old, 
and is living in retiremect. 

"M- H. F." of the St. Louis RepiibHcan has been 
appointed dramatic critic of Ihe Arcculian. 

FOItBION NOTM, 

Eugene Romell], of Chia'Ini's Circus, died at Rio 
Janeiro March 23th of yellow fever, after five days' 
illness. Three others belonging to the circus died 
of the same disease, but their names are not men 
tioaed by Romelli's wife, who sends the tntorma 
tiou. Two also, who attended Romelli's funeral 
were two daya afterwards in a very low condition, 
also with yellow fever. The incredible average of 
sixty patlenta an hour are said by Mrs. Romelli to 
have been dying in the city. The company left for 
San Paulo the middle of April. 

Herr Rubinstein and M. Wieniawski are playing 
toge^er in eoncerts iu London. 

"Rita," an unpublished ofwra of Donizetti'a. will 
shortly be performed by the members of the Naples 
Philharmonic Society. 

The revival of "Robert te Diable" is announeed 
in London with Madan^o NiUson (the first time 
these seven years) as Alice. 

Signor Rossi's Macbeth is generally pronounced 
by the London press a great advance upon bis 
Hamlet 

We understand that Mr. Mapleson is seriously 
entertaining the proposal to bring Mile. Tietjens, 
Madame Trrbelli. Berr Behrens, Siguor Stagno. 
and other leading members of the troupe of her 
Maiesty's Opera to America iu the Winter. 

Those who assembled at Covent Garden on a 
recent Wednesday, to hear Mile, ttosavella, an as- 
piring American would-be prima donna, in "Tra- 
viata," must have been considerably a-^tonisbed at 
the state ot the house. 22 boxes on the grand and 
30 on the stall tiers were empty, while some dozens 
of stalls were unoccupied save by a amall boy, who, 
looking decidedly uncomfortable, was placed in a 
conspicuous position in the middle of the house- 
Of course the affair was a practical joke: the per 
formance was not likely to attract paying play- 
goers, and the holders of the seats refused either to 
occupy or give them away. It was a silent, but sig- 
nificant protest against such a performance on a 
Wednesday night in mid-season, and the experi- 
ment which had su*b ridieulons results is not at all 
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and is well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
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play. The stores iu front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and SGOO per 
month. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
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lerlul ORRIN BROTHERS in their Athletic Exercise, entitled 
NUMBER THREE— 

J>lisis Blanche !Sel-vr.vi» 

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MR. JOHN McCirLLOUGH PEOPBmroR and Manaoui 

MR KARTON UIIL AcTiNO Manaokk 

KouF.KT M Eherlb... stage Manaser I OaAB. ScuuLTZ Muilcal Director 

JouN ToRRKNcK Machinist T. J. French Tr»»minir 

\V. T. PoRTKU Scenic Artist I Martin Joyce BuKino&s Manager 

Bv irrangfnient with MKSSRS. JAHRETT & PAI.MK.U, Mana^^er. 

ol Booth's Theatre. New York, SHAKSPEAKK'S 

Grand Historical Play, 



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[E OKCHF^TR \ 

KEI» LISTON I\ Hl!4 >lliMU:AL SELE€rH»!VS 

NXTMBER FIVE- 
LAN and CR'JNIN in theu- original Irish Sketch Entitled 

in a Tenement House. 

HOOLTHAN WM .SCANLAN 

HOOLIHAN WM. CRONIN 

lOOHHAN MISS WHITE 

FI.YNN BBN GILFOIL 

MASTER TRACY 

The whole to conclude with the Triumph of Art. 

i ^HO'WrESR OF GOIjD 

■ and Grouping of these sublim'^ly heautif ul pictures by MR. CHA3, 

GRAHAM, late associote of MATT. MORGAN, 
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Batca >King Henry's-J T. Frank 

I'ourt ) Armv, l Baninel tlilnll 

>Tni ■) Formerly Servants to ( Mnrry Mooili 

B'ar<loIpll. vFalsteff, now Soidiera in-j W. A. McstnTcr 

Pistol ( King Henrys Army. L C. B. BI«hop 

Boy, Servant to tlie above Frank Little 

,1 llerald .'. Johnson 

t:iiarle.s VI., King of France Joliu Y>llso« 

Louts, the Dauphin J. ^. Luni; r|(.|,t Cai 

f»ukc of Biirsnndy Mr. Slrnbru^ 

lluke of ttrloan.* Kcl.si>n nr<*rr ^iiicii 

I»nke of BonrtM>n f F. « la.sby 

A French SoliWcr Mons. i'^lor -^--,„ 

TiKf onslnblc ef France Mr; ncnrTl"'"""" 

ILanilHirci. ) French; ...All»crl West. , 

<;rnndpre, i I.ord=..l Artlnir « <l«sCi»' 

(Governor af Harllcnr Wr. Kelly 

MonljOT, a French Herald ". Foster 

The Bishop of Bouraen ii;v i^T' •'.';"'*? Rnitie ofl 

Princes.s Kathcrinc, Mile. Eonisc Morel Battle ot] 

name ttulckly. (Pistols Wife), an Hostess Mrs. C. B. Aaandera 

Isabel, Queen of France Miss Ma^alc Chambers 

Alice, a Lady attendent upon Princess Katherine 

..; .- Mile, tinbriclle IMi Sanld 

Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries, Nobles. Fi-ses. Ladies of the Court. Sol- 
diers. Citizens. Etc., by over TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARIES 



Life on the Mississippi ! 

!Hr«sn. EMFK.<tOV. KEMBir. k\» towrt^l. 

PART SECOND Grand Sthlopinn Cnrnlral 

MUSIC VS. ELOCUTION! 



I'rijfoiaor, 
SAudenl 



,1 kl. M III 



BILLT 

In HI 



E M S Pv S O IV 

Hnns*. Dniirr* nnil linllaH«»iift. 



Balln«t"Pha>be Nearest U. H. III.LA 



An An- 



scd 
at the 



ARlnco rt 
for sale 



.•«ELE«TIO>i<» 



• R« Rt-aTKA 



Synopsis! ot s^cenery. 

ACT 1- The English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2-T1ie Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 3 Battle of Aglncourt. 

ACT ■1-Historical Episode. Reception of King Henry V. 

on Entering London after tlio Battle. 
ACT 6 -Espousal of Henry V. and Princess Katherine 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON. .lUNE 10th 

FIRST HENRY FIFTH MATINEE 



at 

rsfiE 

HABBiy 

IVi 

Kearny 

Street. 

corner of 

Mcrrlinnl: 



rhc whole to cin'lu.lo with an entirely New and Sit*! FiM-txraal 
bcnsition.il. Uislerical. LachrMnacy, Soci»ly I>r»«» »««>U»«1. 

She Was Led Astray! 



Which will be fir 
Properlic*. 
Wanlrcl 

Andic-- 



E\|.r<i«*l> l"i 
OCO. 



T. K.VAS9. 



' •. - umT OmOt 

I 



*rmand Chandooe 

Rrxluiph 

Georire de Lrsparra. . . . « 

Hector Platide 

Mount Go^line 

Maior O'MuUigan O'Hara.. .. 

I.riton tane 

Sura'ine U'Mulll<aa O'Bam. 

Mathilde 

Countess; , • 

Baror.eM 



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MOND.W NEXT J. R KF.MBLrs. U irlfcio.. 

HENOlIilEOLilLBLACKJ 

In actite prepar.t.on. .1 K KF.MHI.KS >..' I • 

The Hammam Baths. 



DLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is T^o^\7^ O^en Tot?' STX'toscrii^tiorL to Stools., 

THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Incorporated Unaer the l.nws ol llie S^tnte of Cnlltornin. 




ler cent, a mon^h. Also to receive Term Deposits and Deposits subje.. 

1 1-4 Der cent, per month. No Interest allowed on DaHy Deposits subject to call or check. ,. ^„ .,„„ . „„»r,nt<.e of fair and liberal dealing. 

•ectors "this Bank are all well known bbsinessnien of this city. a«d a. »<>ch i.nve to all cus^mor. »' -If ^"•^•,'J,»y«^"^7jJ fj BANK Nor h"tt Cornfr Po.t and Kearny .t«»l*. 

ption Books for a Umitcd number of shares at $10 per share, are now open at the i-OLLATEKAl. LOAN a«l> davi.-^i.o ij».i-.», 

OR SEND FOR CIRCULAR.S. my«-<i 



I 4«TinL a^» 



my24-lm 



Choice. Well-Fomished 

:side Rooms 

...TO LET. AT.... 
rs. to «»NE DOLLAR PERNIGBT, 



SO HOUSE, 

CED RATES BY THE WEEK. 

9la.xxaiozaa.o Eltx-ee<: 
, J. ETVELL, Proprietor. lalS 

YOUR PICTURES! 

ANY KIND. TAKEN AT TH 



H YORK 



allery^ 




net Pletnrei, $4 per dozen, 

J. H. PBTER.S. P roprietor 

lanza House 

867 a-aacl. 888 

Street, between Fourth A Fifth, 

LK FURNISHED ROOMS I 

:. We^k Month. Twenty-five and fifty 
light; |6 to318 per month. mylMm 



CANDIES, 

Inda of the Flneiit Candy Hade 




THE LARGEST A.SSOETMEKT IK THE CITY ! Nothlnf Kver Been Kqtial to It! 
BABCAIINH at 706 to 716 Kearny Street, (opposite tlie Pln/.ai, ne»l to tlly Han 




ALL LyVlilK-^ U^K IX 

Far Hale by all Dr««»UU. mff-ln' 



IODIDE OF' POTASS. 

Th« B«it SpriBff MeditiB* ia Vf 



Bopa Beer '. 



ARIOMHUL. 

•m, tVIebraled Reertlaw an •»">>' 

from th» only LaiT Ittmt Brewery ■>• !*• Oot^ 
How on tal^ at 

HEN'RY CPIMWI'8, 

ARION HALL, 

« r lararr al Kaller aad Krsniy Ma. 



WELLINGTON COAL. 

The Best Steam Coal iii the World. 

L'»ed Exclofilvely by the Brlllah Navy on thla tonal, and by the Prlarlpal !>•«•• 
Steamablp C:oinpanlei<, 

POE DOMES'nO U8H IT 18 SUPEEIORlrcrTHi BE»T gUALITY OF WE.ST HARTLEY 

and Scotch Splint Coals. ^ ... ^ w_ ...i.i.w.^ Th* C^t^l Im 

Be sure you »et the GENUINE WELLINGTON. Once oMd it oannot bo mlalakao. Tlie uoai ■ 

banL splintery, dull in luster, and does not soil the finger, 
For sale wholesale and retail by the AgeLts, 



THE CUFF K0U5F' 

AppetlxlDK BreakfiwU, LiMkM 
Dumers antl buppan. 

BBI^t. TOIB '""■.I .,_. 

BBMt.l»iBr*tllLT:^^^^^ 
BKIX- »"" M LARt FBIB"^ 

. . ^,„ , . 'neat Ot-RAK fAJIO 

Die worio 




GOG 

PORTABLE 

Exiinguistiers ; 

FIRE IPNGINBS 

M,. l >■.•>•""• ' ' ' 

, ., I -' i *: 1 r. I r. «7 - 

Bettor than ln«uranc«. 

PARK? A l<^' V. Aci-nf*, 
417 Market Btrect, 



•AX V&AX< IM*' 



)l>*rta«aa<Prsf»B*? >*!*g ^ISraS 



Boirov oTrmt ■oc**. 



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iii 



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r«B OCOAN OF AMTTSSMKNTS. 



r-jblLsbtxl Ererr IHr li> th« Teu. bf 
AT 

ST! MEKCU.iWT KTKEET, 

Bala- MoottOBoenr 8»n Fr«nd»oo 



SATURDAY JUNE 10 



ricinc Divi-iiox or th« Atlantic akd 
AOiric T«L8oaAPU CO., 607 California st. 
Niw YoR«. June 10. 1876. 
•poaed..' ««5-« 



SADDLE KUi'K. 

RugRHON CoRTiLLB U the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster fune ! 
He hiw the nncst ever breJ, • 

And newly taken from the bod. 
Oystera stew'd, or Oysters roost, 
Currieil or Fri-d, •likes his boast ! 
To CoRViLLls'fl fttmoiis Saddlr Rock, 
The fssbion of all Frisco flock ! 1 ! 

At 415 PiSR STRrrr, mind. 

This iiuit-d rcr.'lezvous youll find, 

ELiaAXT Privatr Uouus arc there 

To accoiniiiwlatc his I atrons fair, 

Who, as they take their Oysters, smilo 

And beam with (jleasure all the while, 

At approba'ioii oT the stock 

U( choice Uivalvcs at the Sasdlx Rock. 

EuKRsoN OoRviLUE IS, toKiay, 

l.ar);<-Hi Imixtrter on the U.'»y, 

And the whole tra<le upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with nini can cope. 

And then for Clams,— soft^or hard nnell, — 

I/jhsurs and CraliH, all sl>lc8. as well. 

Folks. ni|$ht and day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the (imous Saodui Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Btua'n I'ale Ale. and Guinness' Stout, 

S*he two best lines, without a doubt.) 
f bnzht Cli -mpa^e the finest brand ; — 
Tea, Coffee and Chocolate always on hand. 
Visit Corville's but once— at all others 

you'll mock, — 
For there are tune can compare writh the 
Saodlr Rock! 

BaitscN Cortillr's SaddlrRock Otstcr Saloov, 
416 Pine Street, opposite the Uarket. ck 



Tke Collaleral Loan and ItavliiBs Bank 

This day announce tbrruch the columns of 
yifiARO. that a bank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of I'ost and KeaniT streets for the purpose of 
maklDK a specialty of Loanintf Money on Collateral 
Security, such as diamonds, silver pldte, jewelry. 
«tc., subject to the lo^al rate of mterest, namely. 
4 per cent, per month. Reference to the advertise- 
ment will satisfy every one that the Directory of the 
Kank Is composed of wealthy and well-known busi- 
uesA men whose names insuire con&deDce at a 
(lance, and ar ' a guarantee that the affairs of the 
institution will be coudDct<-d fairly and honorably. 
The bank itself is nouicthiiiK that bos long been 
Deeded, and those who arc unfortunate In stocks 
«tc.. will now have a hou>e of refuge. w 

nic Crecn Koom. 

This popular resort ot the proteasion and al 
opicures who can anpr«oiat« t(Ood liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully frescord and is 
*ow a model ol taste and elei^anoe. Everybody 
foas to t)i« Oreeu Room between the acta. i 

•• Xal BnScr tram Cors*. 

The unfortunate suftcrers from Coma, Bunlous 
dub and InjfiowinK Nails, can find instant relief 
by applyir.^ at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to '/o? Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, fruni 1 t-) t P. M. Wo ST^'^k fn>m experi- 
ence, lujving u-siod the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if req aired. B 



•vB'l Help Par OUicr People's Debts, 

But go to the Fum'ture and Btxldinj; Store of 
J. A. Shaber A Co., 7(i7 Market street, iicarTliird, 
and save fully 2I> per cent, by bujlnicof them. Their 
motto is ; "Buy lor cash, and sell for cash,** there- 
tore thov have no bad debtfl to make up out of ex- 
tra pmfl^a. 



Tbe Antelope OTSlcr Honae. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters In market 
-termed up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Kastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market KsUhlisbed in 1864. No. 812 Uarket 
oear Uontifomen'. B 
•• . 

■■rrT np Tboae Batter Cakes. 

■Who baa not tried them? New York BulUr 
Cakes and C««fe f<ir 10 cenle, at Bums CoOee and 
Oyst»« Saloon. JU California street, under Calif or- 
aia Market Open all hours of tbe night and day 
J. U. Il«inu, Proprietor. • 



Caalor Oil. 

Most sale, useful and best known Purgitive, 
can b<- t«ken a^aetably and esaily in Dundia 
Dick & Co.'s Soft Capkules. No Uste ; no smell; 
•o plianaiit that children ask for more. No fam- 
ily Willi. Mit them. Soli by your drug^i-t. Ask 
fnr our li.,ok; or sead for it, to 3i Woosttr street. 
New Yurk. 



Bplrltnallzing ikeances. 

Mrs. C. M. Sawyer, the Materialising Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Msrka. every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at 7J o'clock. • 

Fine Walchea. ' " 

•Hie b»t goods at the lowest prices, at n. A 
Callander's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one aasortmcD*. of chaina, Jowelrj', etc. Call and 
examine. 5.y 

Falser Broa. 

Sell the Palmer two-hutlon Kid Olore for >1 Si 
a-pair; 73« to 7S4 Market street. 

WhT Do tiherwood Bros. 

^^^ *** **" u"^' •^»' "•" S««ome, ten more 
btlUerthan any olhir h .u«- m tbe dtyt Because 

i-V.K?°.°* V"l<=^T' '^^ '" ">• •»"• store daily, 
»« II about and buy buit« at 10 to SO eanu nor r<.l 
«nea«)er than elsewhere. No wonder. e 

^original "Swain's Bakery- Is now esUblished 
•a tiielr maKni6cent new place at 213 SuUer street 
.!?.'" Marke^ and ha* added a lunch room 
■«d^ raeam saloon. Tlus Is their only place ..f 



Tyrolean Concert. 

Tito'h'r^/'^ ^^2?""^ '"^ »•«" »' the 



Criterion Oyster saloon. ilO Kearny M. 

nc lianda.inest Oyster Palace,— 

K .am all Frisco where you will, 
l9 the rin.jwn'd Critseios, 

K.pt bv Emerson Cokvillr ! 
U.siht Oysltr King of Fria-o, 

Ji.iyiU>.L'i/ni,ul from the Last, 
210 on Kearny Street, 

Where ail can obtain a feast 
Of delicate Eastern Oysters, 

Or of California's best, 
Drcss'd in any and ev'ry sly'e. 

That's in vo^ue from East to West, 
All the Oyster <atint,' public 
■ Protest, without a quarrel. 
That for Freshest. Choicest Oysters, 

Corville can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, f..r Priva<-y and Comfort 

All ni» Lady Patroxs tell 
There's not another hou jc in toivn 

Tliey fancy ..nc-balf as well ! 
So cosy, cheerful, elej,'aiit! 

You're enchanted at a tflance 
With COKVII.Lf.'S orbat Critkrion 

It is iht House Par E-icellexcr ! ! ! 
Dams, bobitciTS and Crabs the freshest 

In the Cliy \ ou jtet there ; 
With GuiBni'89' ? t.)Ut and Enjlish Ale, 

Or famed "ilaso's Bitter Beer !" 
Sparkliug Champagne and finest Wines, 

Imported by him express. 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoiaeurs all confess ! 
If, Reader, you like sweet Oysters,- 

Your pleasure to nuikc complete, 
Goto 
EMERSOV CORVlLbE'S CRITERION, 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat 1 bg 



Palmer's have received a new supply of adieg 
and children's undcrweai— very cheap— '728 to 734 
Market street. 



Wadt^'H Opera nonse. 

The liest of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at '.he foot of the stairs, in tbe vestibule. * 

Every first class dealer keeps the "Standard* 
Shirts. I 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN STREET, 

LOS A^CELES, CALA. 

A. G. RYAN ft CO Proprietors 

COL J. H WOOD Business Manager 

GEO. ¥. .MOORE Stage Manager 

WANTED IH.HEDIATELV. I.ady ArtistM 

in all Branches of tbe Profession, also an A No. 1 
Property Man. one that can Paint Scenery. Variety 
Talent wanted at all times. Write and get a date. 

Agents for Travelling Companies will do well to 
address OOL. J H. WOOD. 

myll fipera Ilouse. Los Angeles. Cal- 



OPERA HOUSE, 

■AH JOSK. CAI.A. 



This Beantinil and Newly Bcnovate 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at roaaonablti terms. 
ial4-tf n. BROFIASKA. Proprietor 



tfl. 4> Priming PrcMCH 
4pO FOR HOYS 
A.ND BUSINESS MEN, 

AT TBE 

City Novelty Company, 423 
Washington St., S. F. 

je6-lf 




S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAMERS. 

ANUTHE. .. 

FULTON & GUEBNVILLER. K. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On and after MoudRy, May 19, is;c, 

the .steamer JAMES .M. DO.NAHUE. Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Green-street Wharf daily iSun- 
d.iyB eiceptedl at 7 A. H and 3 r. M.. conuecling 
at llouabue Lan din), with tbe cars for Petaluma. 
Cloverdale and way stations. The cars will leave 
Cldverdale daily (Sundays eieeptedl at 8 A. M. and 
3 30 f. M.. connecting with steamer at Donahne for 
rtan Fr.iucisco. (.'lose ounection^i made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and Gueruville Road for Koebell's 
Mills aaid I'icnic Grouuds and terminus of the road. 
Shortest and quickest route to the Geysers. 'Tlirough 
from .San Francisco in seven hours. Close sta^e 
connections made for Litton's. SkaKgs' Mark West. 
Santa Rosa White Sulphar. Bartlett's. Highland 
and UarbellH Springs. Also. 'Jkiah. Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodeua. Duncan's Mills. Lakeport. 
Clear Lake. Mendocino. Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS -The Steamer leaves 
(■rt-en-street wharf Sunday morning at 8 A. M. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for CUoverdale and 
a'.l stations on the road. Returning, will arrive in 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:30 r. M. Excursion Tick- 
ets sold on lioard. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 A. h. to 4 r u. 
P. OONaHOi'. I'^eaiaei.t 

A. A BK\N. Genesal Superintendent. 

K. H. OKKl)K:5. vieii'l P. a T. A*.. 

General Office, 42« Montgomery street. San 
Vranciaoo. feSO-tt 



women u»d children a spedaltv. i 

Free Exhibition. 

F^t^^aVi'- u'T'*'' *' Townsend's Candy 
^^r^K.'w^ci>d1« il^'^'i""*'- -^'" V- -'> 

liner Bros. 

'i IV 't*;',]^ »',"*'"""" <" "»«° Suits in 

-ui troTn 8;>.6.i upwanls. 



Cards. Cards. Cards. 

BO of ihc Nrnlt-m V4SITI\c: CABDS yon 

ever saw, witti yovir name huautifuliy printed ou them 
sent by return mail upon receipt o! 40 cts and ;(c 
stamp (or ita e<niivaiaot in postage stampd.! La* 
dlea and t^eiilH now is your time. Samples of 
our 30 styles of printmg and a list of our 70 kinds 
of cards, lUO styles In all combined. Ageuts price 
list, etc., sent with each new lot. no two alike and 
the latest Blyl.j Address all orders to DtFOR- 
RBBT & OASKILL. S2« Broadway, Oakland mr27 



IJ^ 



FASHIONABLE 

Boot & ' hoe 

33^ KVJAJRINY ST., 

Between Pine and Bosh. 
'«> 1>u E. KIESEKDAHL. 



JA?». Gr. »«TKKL^; Jic Co. 

CHEMISTS AND APOTHECARIES 

Haje removrd from ihrlr <»ld !>tand to 

their new Ktore, 3l« Kraray street, 

BETWEEN PINE AND BUSH. 

Their attention will be devoted to keeping at all 
tujitu, the VAJUETY nec«»saiy to a Firat-class Drnn 
^•if^. „„. . JAS. atiTFJ'.LE A CO. 
fell-lf CkemisU and Apothecaries. 316 Kearny St. 

aII^.S"'*' •" "■«•,, uii.l.r«iBn<d. SO Salts 

AKUUK, cominsiLi llt.,iiiau, lireistpl'tes Lani- 
berquiDS. Wristlets. Armlets. Tights. Saadais. Tu- 
nics, Togas. Shields, Combat Swords, Spear Heads 
^ , JOHN H. MoCABE. 

mj26-lw 135 Kearny Street.. Room 13. 

WHITE & KEARNS 

. ^',U r"™"'<'''««' their Sixth 8enaon on 

W A\ T^r. x""* •=»'■'<"»'»• .Nevada and Oregon. 
Viol.niiit that can pl&y E Flat and B Flat Comets 
Apply at BlondeUHoiu,e. N. W c^neJs'iSckl?. 
and Broadway. Sunday, Jane 1th, from 12 >i to 9 
•^ " jel-3t 



"WAOE^ OPERA HOUSE. 

HiasioD Street, near Third. 
F. W. BERT Lkssbe and Manaoir 

ja-SPEClAL A\.\OIi!«CE.nEKT..S' 

la consequence of the 

Of the Younx English Trajedian, 

In his original impersonation RING MENBY, 
in Shakespears's great play of 

HKNWY the FIFTH; 

Or, The Battle of Aotnconrt ! 

And in compliance to the universal demand, a sec- 
oud Grand Special Performance of this mag- 
nificent Spectacle will t>e given on 



SDMDAY EVC5iI\«. 
8DiVDAY EVEMXU. 



...JUNE Ilth 
...JCME Illk 



Box Office for sale of Eeeerved Seats now open. 

D O Iff A X« D h1 

P 
E 
PERCY 
C 
Y 

The Eminrnt London Clairvoyant and 

Healer, now Btoppiog in this city, at KC Kearny 
street, entrance, room II, who maJcee the following 
propositi ODB : 

First— No charge unleed ENTIRE Satisfaction be 
giren. 

Second— He will read your PAST. PRESENT 
and FUTURE, guaranteeing tbe Past to be correct 
or NO FEE. 

Third— Advice given in reference to lost friends, 
property, lore or business; satisfaction or no fee. 

Fourth— If in poor health he will locate your 
disea.<!e, describe itti Bymptoms and its peculiar 
effects upon yoiir individual system without awk- 
iH(i A (juz:sTiON. This health examination is 
made by tbe wonderful art of Magicology, without 
any visible examination of diseased organs, and is 
given, as a test of power. FREE TO ALL. 

Fifth- -And lastly. If your disease is curable he 
wi41 guarantee to restore the health without uning 
a drop of any drug, by a method of treatment es- 
sentially bis own. Particular attention given to 
Nervous Diseases, Consumption, Female Diseases, 
Sore Eyes. Deafness, Rhenmatism. Neuralgia, 
Mental Weakness. Loss of Meraery, and all diseases 
having tltclr origin in the Bavk. KKLoeys and 
Stomach. Fees moderate, averaging from $1 50 to 
(3 50, Strictly private and confidential. Call for a 
Health Examination or a Reading of Character, 
both being given FREE to all as a test of power. 
Hours from 10 a. m. until 10 P. M. jeS-tf 



J. K. EMMET, 

New playlnx the most surcrsKrnl en- 
gagement "ever played in Melbourne," as "Fritz. 
Our Cousin German" wbiofa has reached its 42d 
repetition, and still running to overflowing houses. 
Can be addressed, care Roya! Opera Huuso, Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Au-ttralia. 

P. S.— Sydney, Adelaide and New Zealand to 
follow. . je-Stf 



A P ARTIffBRy 

With Fome capital to take a half interest in the 

Palace Opera House, 

Corner Sr-w HoDlKemcry and 
Mission .<itr<-etK. 

Tbe largest and moat talented company, fully 
organized ou the coast. Apply at Box Office. 

je7-3t 



PROF. D. Mccarty, 

TcacIirsBall Koom, Ballet, Horn- 

£ipc. Flings. Irish and StraiRht .Jig. Song 
lance. Clog and Cachucha. Irish Wagher- 
woman. Sword Dances, etc.. at 

4Ah Sixth Street' near Market. 

je7-tf 



Wade's Opera House. 

CIPRICOS FAKEWELL ENGAGEMENT. 
GKEAT PAKISIAN SUCCESS! 

Fates d^ Furies. 

ThrllliKK SrHKiitional Uruma. 

jeJ-lw 

IF YOU 

sters and Fish 

Cooked in good style, try the Oyster 
and Chop House 
_ ». E. Corner Lelilf^tlorff anit Clay Sl«., 
formerly known as FRANK JOHNSON'S. Itie 
Private Rooius hare bean elegantly fitted up and 
thoroughly renovatci Open from6 A. M. to 2 A M 
LliNUltEUU A LAK»KS, Proprielei s. 
jc3-2w' 



Oy 



NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 

.it a .nrrling of the Board of IleaUli, 

held on the SCth of May. A. I). 1876. it was ordered 
that the lolUiiring sections ot chapter II Qf the 
General Oruers of the Board of Supervisore he pub- 
lished m the daily nea-;ipapers : 

IRrportK of rb}»lclan!i.] 

Sec 5. It shall be the duty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Heilth 
Oificer in writing, every patient he shall have labor- 
ing under A.siatic cho'era or smallpox inimeiliately 
alter he shall bj satisfied of the nature of 'he dis- 
ease immediately after it shall have occurred. 

■ rueiiorls of Uoaiieholdei»| 
. ^'' 9- '? "•>»" *» ">« duty of every house- 
holder Hi this city and county to report, in writln* 
to the Health OflScer. immediately, the name of 
every person boarding at his of her honse, whom he 
or Bhe shall have reason to believe to be mck of 
choler»l Dr smallprji. and any deaths occurring at 
Els or her house from such disease. 

IPer»onK Inferled with Smallpox.) 

Sec. 9. No person attending upon or otherwis 
coming in rontact with any person affected with 
smallpox iu such a manner or t^ such an extent aa 
to render him liable to oo-nmnnicate the disease 
shall go upon any public street or in any way mingle 
with people not affected with the disease. 
[Prohibiting the Kemoval or anaran- 
ilnc FlagH.j 

Sec. 23. No person shall remove a yellow or 
ouaraotine flag or placard from any building where 
the f aid flag or placard shall have been placed by 
the Health Othcer or his dennties. without the oer- 
mission of said Health Oificr or his deputies 
myW 



Smoke Cigars Made 
White Men Only. 



by 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suflering humanity. 

Dr. Spianey will Guarantee to 
lrorfeit$500 

For every caae of seminal weaknean. or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which be imdert&kea 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, eay to the 
uflfortiuiate sufferer who tuay read this notioe. that 
you aru treading upon dangerous ground when yoa 
longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
complaiQt. You may be in the first stage, remem- 
ber you are approaching tbe last. Ifvou are bor- 
dering upon the last, and are sufferi; z some or all 
of its in effects, remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come when 
the most skillful physician can render you oo as- 
sistance; wben the door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy cat bring you 
relief. In no case faaa the doctor failed of succe^. 
Then let not despair work itself upon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the Donedcial re- 
sults of bis treatoQent before your caae is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or b^ore grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight sma:ting or 
burning sensation and weakening tbe system iu a 
manner tbe patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, Ignorant of the 
cau^, wbicb is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito- 
urinary organs. 

All Letters and Conununi cations Strict- 
ly Confitlential* 

Connaltations Free— Ctaarces Moderate* 
Office Hours from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRBSS. 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Francisco. 



FR^E AND EASY. 



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IL. O O 3>ff, 



•OS MiaSIOIf ■TREKT, 

Near Second, 

EireiCT' Saturday N^larht. 

TBOK. WII.U, ViiiUraaaji. 

Until Fortlier Kotio*. 

A tbe test Songs next Satarday NlghL 
EAGLES <k WILD. 







McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYESBfE, WYOMING TEHRITOKY. 

Will Open STovembcr Ist. Variety Tal- 
ent ^oing East or West, wishing enga-^cmente. wil 
find It to their advamage to address, stating term ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMBS McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1. 
0<i25-t CHEYENNE. W 



Xhe Manly Art 

or.... 



Private Lessons Given in Boxing ! 

HT 

PROF. TOM McALPENE, 

Ex-1'hamDlon ot the MIddlc-lVeifitats. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. —Gentlfeinen can receive instruction at their 
rooms ^r residences, if desirable. apl8-tf 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

By the NiBht or Week, or will make 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa. 
nies on sharing terms. For particulars, addrecs 
J. MoDANIEL. 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE. W. T 



Long Bridge Nwimming Baths 

KJOT7I7' 01E»TEII>>r. 

Persons can here enjoy tha benefits of SEA 
Bathing, wlthodt being exyoeed to chlUlng winds 
and dahgeious currenta 

my27-ti A TRUWOKTHY, Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs less than half as 
much as ordinary Boap. 

For Sale by all Drnselgts and Grocers, 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY. 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Ridiiig ieademy, 



"^7V«-aa.-tec3l 
A PARTBIl 

With some cipital, to take a half-intere 

S A.XZ UM A. 

ROYAL JAPANESE TRO 

To Travel Tbroneh Enrope; 

chance for a person who Ukee traTelii 
make money sure and quick. Apply in p 

Proprietor and naoacer 

At the Humboldt Hotel. Fifteasnth street 
Howard and Mission, frun 2 to 4 o'olo 
afternoon. Principal? only need apply 

YOUR SPIR] 

Frlend.« fan be Seen by AM«n< 

Seances of the GREATPST MATERli 
MEDIUM in the world, 

MRS. C. M. SAW 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW Hi 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO BE 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVE 



Honest inrestigators call and see for ti 
every evening except Monday and Thnrst 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 
street near Market. Seances begin at 1\ 



FOR A GOOD 5 CBNT GLA 

BEER. ALE OR PORTER, 




sw 

MARKET 8.3^° ST 

WlnC8, LIquorH and Cigars of i 
<lualUy, 



ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTI 

....DIKECZEO BY.... 

Pr&f. D.^perai 

Lessons on the Piano and In £ 

1800 STOCKTON STK£ET, 8 



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OYSTER HOUSE 
1004 

HAKKET STREET ABOVE I 

The best Oysters, Chops. Roasts and 

the market. Private a<)D:irtment« for Fa 

Ladies. Family orders aelivered to reeii 

of eitra charge. Open all niSbt. 

fe21-tf A. 8. SMITH, Pr 



CLAY-STREET 

Rn>I>iC ACADEMY, 4^/ 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is the most elegant 
and commodious Riding ^ 
Academy in the city ; open 
day and evening. Partica- 
lar attention paid to teaching be^oners^ 

8e24 A MARSEU.LL, 




SILVER & FABEN 

Designers and Engravers oi 

532 Clay SI., (Sterett'g Prlntinc 

BUILDINGS, LETTER-HEADS, MON 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, 

Plain, or in a Variety of 1 

fell-lm 




Flrst'Clnss nENTISTKV for le 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at con 
kefc and Stockton than an first-claas \H 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain 
of Gas. Ollice open RuiKlaya, 
fe8-3m COCHRANE i RTC 



ONE IMILLIO 
Treid© Z>ol] 

WANTED AT PAR. FOR GOOI 
726, 728, 73a and 73? 



Advetisers. Take N 

I am di«4trlt>ntlii[£ Card**, 

Handbills, etc., on the rente between at 
ramento — both by the Vallejo and ^toc 
Including all way towns, and am prepi 
tribute all kinds of Advextiging matt 
routes. Orders solicited Terms mod 
dress JAMES HAKRAHAN, America 
Hotel, Sausome street. N. B.— I can 
mission to the proprietors of the Ai 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fio 
manner in whirh T d( their work. 



Palace Opera H 

Comer Miwmon and New Montgon 



^>-£>GiCL torr tlxe Si&i 



Ladlea and Uentlemrn of 

edged ability desinng permanent e 
Specialty Artists and F1rgi-01a«» Vai 
will plea--'e address or apply, from 11 t 
above, to MATT KEi LY, Stag* 

K. B. Wanted immediate y a FI 
STAGK MACHINIST and a (WOD : 
MASTER 



DRIiCeisiT AND CHEM 

RCWHt. AfJETJT OK 



laARO £V j£RY WUBR£. 

?'IG\KO U Programme of the 

'IG Ajio Is distributed riiKI ev- 

'■wh2re throvi^out the business 

■tiojs -jf .S.iu Francisoo. 

?lti AivO is well circulated eyeij 

v In Oakl.int.L 

"IjAltO « placed ia hands of thf 

„,-..^vs bv the Overland Trair 

»^ Au. 

rlG (iHO !> d.-tributed in Sacra- 

uto th-o* tn in the weei. 

flOAKO IB milled every day to 

the principal hotels on the Pacific 

ut. 

J. P BOQABDUS, Publisher. 




lyore. There and Evarywhere.* 



jCatabUshed 1865 



SAK FHAMCISCO. MONDAY, JUNX 12, 1816. 



VOL. xxm. 



TAPE WORM 



PHSiHi^ or tiicM^- 
i l wil Hl i u t ot 



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•dftaMllo«mU,u 
ol m.'b oaaM air t 
Wans, ullioe boun 
•Bd t to r r. M. 

DK. CLOSF. 

"•• Ut HlxInB Mrrrt, 

.Kmt roBrtk. Sax Fuxcmxi 



iguire's Uew Theatre. 

B-.Lsh Street, between Montcomerr and Kearny. 

04id Week and Unequivocal Success 

OF - 

aT KXXIIBITIOI^ 

AND 

onderful Gombinaiion. 

The Wonderful Prodigies 

rtoert a.nd l^ittle Joe Ca^vtliom 

their original Act, "THE IRISH AND DUTCH EMIGRANT." 




•ICTURE 
IBEK SIX, 



'^"^wo. The 5^ lave marhet. 

Won Jurlul ORRIN BROTHERS iu their Athletic Exercise, entitled 

OS 33os F^S^^SQS. 

Picture Ko. 3 New isiave ; 4, Jr^Jiowtr of Gol^ 
"11 he CJuly Blawche s^el-w.vu. 

l;|]LFOrL....I.N SO.'VGii, I>A>CES A Bl'«LE$QUE CUANGES 

ART PIOTLRE NU.MBER FIVE- 

ttlJ KE. ■■■..... ORVHE»TKA 

PART II. 

Judgment of Paris. 

RED LISTON, THE (}REA* XILUPHONE AfiTIST 

ART PICTURE NUMBER feSVEN^ 

i TEfWPrATION OF Sr. ANTHONY. 

BS HcUO.VALU.. CHl.MiMW\ rEDKSTAK SKATK I»ANCER 

iC^NLAN arifl CRONIN in their orijinal Irish Sketch Entitled 

fe in a Tenement House. 

0;HooMh»n^_;^^;V^r^SCA^ 

BABY McUOISTA-LD. 

conclude with the rgali'siion of TOBY' RO.SENTH.VL'S EKquisue 

ii 



«aery and Oroupiug of these sublimely beautiful pictures by MK. CHAS 

pand IlSatinee Hatu?day 



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California Theatre. 



MR. JOHN MitCUXLOUGU 

MR. BARTON UIIL 

Robert M Kberlb... Stags Manager I 

John Touuknuk Machinist 

W T, PoKiKK Scenic Artist I 



Pbopriktor and Manaorr 

AtrriMi Manaokr 

Oh AS. SoapLTZ Musical Director 

T. J FiiRjfLii Trcasiu-er 

Martin .Icyck Rti^<lneiui Manacvr 



THIS EVg«WG-y--..^ . . "■■■■■■■••"""■■:■■:■:■ JtJNE 1 2 

TRIiritPHANT SUCCESS AND SECOND WBKK OF 




.SllAi;bl'i;AlvL'S ll,jl..)4ivai \\ 



ne© Barrel t 



Presented by contract with Meisrs JARRE'PT k PALMIB. as orlpnaily 
produced by them at BOOTH 8 THUATKB. Naw York. 

KING HKNRY V LAWRENCE )5AURKTT 

Knninr as Chorus MIsh Elllc Mllion 

Oukr of GIo.«ter.. (Brothers tof Ernnk klliInT 

nuke of Itrilt'ord J the King \ I. I'lirkrr 

UnJic orExcffT, Uncle to the King Henry Eil wards 

lluki* of Yoi-k, Cousin to the King ^, .lonr<« 

Earl uf .Xalisliiiry It. i>ran 

Ejirl of M I'sluiorr.lanfl E. N. TliHjo.r 

Euil of W.iiwick W, Hick-' 

4rrliltlsbop of 4'auterburr M. W. M-iirli 

Blslio|> of Ely II. tlnrkllu 

Eiiri <if (anitirldse) Conspirators ( Mr. Evrrrtt 

l.orO Srroni) V against < K. I>nii»riiiiin 

Sir Itioiiias <>rry..) the King, (. ilriiry ('oa<l 

.sir Tlioiiias Kn>ii>Rl>ani Wnlirr l.riiiiiii 

GoMer ■) (ifficers of ( Mr. Ilratllv) 

Ma<'ii:orrls J- King Henry's< Eriiiik Urn 

Plut'lleu.. J Army. L Fredcrirk Tliurnr 

Jaiiiry a Mr, .Mnrrny 

tvniiuniH'l Soldiers in C ; T. W. Kepiir 

BiitCH yKing Henry'sK T. Frunk 

Court ) Arm.v, (. SniiiiK'l Ellloll 

>,vni-... ) Formerly Servants to i' SBiiri-T MoimIs 

Rarrtolph. >-Falstaff. now Soidicra in.< f,...W. A. Mrnia.vr 

rislol ) King Henry's Army, (. 1'. II. Itislinp 

Koy, Servant to the abov6 g. Frank Ml I If 

.A llrraWI ., I. .lollll^•nll 

( liarlOH VI., Kini; of France r. John »ll>oii 

LoiiIh, the l)n\iphin ,>, I. >'. I. one 

IMik<- of liiu"4uii(ly .' Mr. Slephriis 

i>iikc of 4»i li itii.s >. Nelson Krrhfr 

lliikp of ICoiirlMin : E. t'lnshT 

A French .>>olitJ<-r Mono, \lrlo 

Tlir rouHf .-ililo of France .Mr. Ilonry 

Kanihnres, (French f Albrrl Wo-tt 

Griinilltrc, ( Lords. I , >a Arlhiir >V«'l»»r 

(;ovrriinr of ll.trflt^ur .y Mr. Kelly 

Wonl.ior, a French Herald X, W. FosK-r 

The lti.'<lio|> or ICnurges Mr. .lanirs 

I'riiiress Kalheriur Mile. I.oiilsr Ikorvl 

Dnnie tluickly. (Pistol's Wife), an Hostcis Mrs. <'. It. Siiiin<lers 

Isahel, Quceu of France Mlhs MnKCle thiimbrrv 

Allt'e, a Lady attendent upon Princess Katherine — 

- Mile. <.'abricll4' Du SniiWI 

Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries, Nobles, Pages Ladies of the Court, !Sol- 

diers. Citizens, Etc, by over TWO HUNDRED AUXILTARIKS 

^^'Dop^iiiij of .■"oenery. 

ACT i TIio English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2 The Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 3 Battle of Agincourt, 

ACT i Historical Episode. Rocoption of KinK Hcnrv V. 

on 'Entering Ziondon after the Buttle. 
ACT 5 Espousal of Henry 'V. and Princess Katherine. 



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The Bo.» 

Tallor^of 
the <;lty, 

No. 3 

Monle'ry 

i^trrrl. 



OPEEA HOUSE. 

RB«h mrerl, betnera MaMU.arrT aa4 Krara* 

MAoiiHK.* II^v^:uIY r. .„, t.... ... i 



CaUJCornia Minstrels t 

KIHST .WEFK or 

HENRY THE FiFTH in BLACK 



Programme for this Evening. 



I'.M'.T KIKST t.liVMi \.ic\I. AM) IN.milt M 

Introtliirlorr Oirrlnrr 

Ballnil Tlic LItllr Onr* at Hon.* 

(onilr s«>ng .. 

Ilalluil Tk. LitUr War lAal IMnI 



.STAl. « ■•N. W.t 
MOBK|it«\-« f>R( lir^TK A 

. >«. N. TIIXA 

MI.M ll|iK%4MI 

R. T. Tt Rill f ^ 



ComlrHuDK T.mnij Make Itooni far 1 oar farla llivtorroa 
Ballad BriEtalt'tt Roae* Fade and DIa T. f>. t Riiti Mia k^^ 

DfX'RIfTIVK tINAI.F. 

•mil! CJIT^K" cj^a^ns. 

Mrs.r-. EMI R.sON, «OI I»\, Kl«lltll t Ml < <l rt f t « 1 . 
PART SECOND Grand Ethiopian Carnival 

ALABAMA HOMES ? 



t'U) rartlcular Kf 



Suzaiina 
PoDip«y . 



.J'alO^I. 

LVKK f" nrntix I 

«*|i) II . 



Somebody's Coat Tails I 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON, .lUNE 17th 

8EOOND "HENRY V,'' MAT'^^'*^- 

At the clBio of the run of t!ii» splendid .Shaksiirrian jiroluctinn .IITI.im 
CESAR will !)• trandly presented with MR. LAWRENCE DABRETT as 
0ASSIU9 and au unequalled cast 



An An. 
rlrntf.ai 

wblrh 
-nasarln. 
ally n'iPd 

at the 
Battle of 
AeIdco rt 

for «al« 
at 



fLcaruj 

.Street. 

corner of 

Merchant 



Reuben (ir»en. 
Mr Dui^f^nbarg. 

Aua«ta«ia 

Charter 



.(rroiB HoeomaL 



In ni« I'nrlvalled S|i«rlalllr> ami Iniilallnaa. 



'■hf»le to concluilf* whh «h.> LiujhabU 
i;urlf-..|ne Jirilt?ii t>/ J. K- 






HENBY THE FIFTH in BLACK! 

and O^^littnal Mii«lr. 

Kinc Hi»J ry the liftU 

Ruiuor, aa Cboruf 

Duke oi tJIftflter 

Dnko uf RedfoKl 

Oower 

Maciixmn. 

r»t<>i 

Nym 

•Williams 

Boy 

Civio Pud KccJe«ift«ta£ Pignitailra. \ 

byOu*aldcr* H'^v.t K<i- nor. I. . 

Tbe authfTbas 1 ■ ' ' 

moot fmpu 



Tlie 3non«ry painte'l for thii proiuction ii itvm U^,*- B-^ 



'xr aJt U I. 



-vf oraf Bp»<»»' Art 



COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK ! 

Is '^^cy\/sj- 0:k>oii. for ST:i"t3Sori:K>t;ioix to Stools., 

r THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Incorporated XJiidev the Lnvrs ot the ^tnte of Calilonila. 

30,000 Slxctres, I>«,r TT^lTie $50 ES^olx-^xo l=»©r SHa-ro l>«<i<a. In. 



!UE€T«K.S-ROnERT STEVENSON, of St^Tenson's Block, Kan Francisco; FREDERICK TURRILL, C.iDitallst ; J, S SPEAR. Jii "' 'i;' ,?. li'l^^'-'i 'i'i.^'"'""'""'" ■ 'iir'r;.'iMV,'"'»^ 

' - l'resl(lclll.|.Ht)EO.N E.ilir.E. p<'rr«iMr.». m. 



..\ y T-TT) « 
>,. 4 IRlt R. 



Hsr, rT«r'«i«^'> . "XII "V T * TTK^ 



rancisco; LEANDER SA'WYEB, San Mateo. Capitalist; WALTER 0. HOLMES, Attorney at Law. 

!« MOXEl OV « OELATEKAL SECKRITIES. SUCH AS DIAMONDS. WATt ilES. »• "J,'" «\;,,e?:.^"'i?,"„\^Vcn''o*.l.!^'.rfV.\ •,.'.!.:„•." I " '■ ? V, n^ ".^ r' !»*;!.!..■ t" * \ 

.:.. ,1 Ti„ :>„ ....l.i„„. t„ r'»ll «- <'V,»„1, Tl.ia Hanb ni fnr t. lO nroannt allow the followins Rate.' o( Interest, -lerni l»ril""I»« "■ 



■ E OBJECT tip THW BA.>H \% TO lOASi ».v.^«,. v.^ , .r...... > .>.....> „.„..„.. ..,.^. .,„.^..~„ -.- ... ,,„,„. „i 

t, 4 per cent, a mon'h. Also to receive Term Deposits and Deposits subject to Call or Check. This Bank will for the present aUow the following Itaie.' oi 

hs. I 1-4 per cent, per nionlh. No Interest allowed on Daily Deposits subject to call or check. i i ii 

e Directers of this Bank are all well known bbsincss men of this city, and as such give to all cu8toiner4 or depositors a guarantee of fair ami liberal ucaiing. v«.™. .trort. 

bscription Books for a limited number of shares at $10 per share, are now open at tie COLLATERAL LOAN AND bAVINOH BANK, Northeast Corner Post and Kearny sireei 

XL OR SEND FOR CIRCULAR.S. my24-Iin 



Akit.r. — .- -, 



Choice, Well-Pumlshed 

[itside Rooms 

...TO LET, AT.... 
V CTS. to ONE DOLLAR PEBNieUT. 

...AT THE.... 

3SO HOUSE, 

IDUOED RATES BY THE WEEK. 

L eiA.aiMOXia.e Street 
L. J. EWELL, Proprietor. jal8 



^E YOUR PICTURES! 

or ANY KIND. TAKEN AT TH 



:W YORK 



Grallery^ 




>i SS <X?ZXXJFtX> 807. 

ablnet Picture*, S4 per dozen. 

J. H. PETERS, Proprietor 



snanxa House 

867 Axsca. eeo 

cet Street, between Fourth A Flflh. 

NGLE FURNISHED ROOMS ! 

flgbt. Week Month. Twenty-flve and fifty 
Mr NIgbt; |6 to $18 per month. myl3-lm 



CANDIES. 



of the Finest t'andy Made 

mguLOandjr Factory daUy. AU «jden._fia: 




THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT i.> i in, i^l j > ; Nothing Ever Seen E'l'ial to HI 
BABGAIK8 at 700 to TIO Ucarny Htreei. (opposite the Plaxal, next lo t lly Ball 




WELLINGIQN COAL 

The Best Stea m Coa l hi the World. 

Used Exclnslvcly by theBrillHh Navy on this toast, and by the Principal Local 
Steamship t'ompanlrs. 

FOR DOMESTIC USB IT IS SUPERIOR^O THE BEST QUALITY OF WEST HARTLEY 

and Scotch Splint Coals. , , _. -, , ,. 

Be lUTC you get the OENUINE WELLINGTON. Once used it cannot be ml«t»<on The Uoal u 
bard, splintery, dull In luster, and doea not soil the finger, 
For sale wholesale and retail by the Ageijts, 



.M^KL. 



JO. 



-^-— *"■ •" 




A,Ut^ LA1>IE«* U«4E IX 

For )>ale by all nrtiiilsl*. mf4 1m 



Boca Beer ! Bocft Beer ! 
ARION HiiLL 

The felebraird Brer low on ftraaibl 

from thi-nniy l-aift IW.r P.rrwery oo tb? Coaal 

Now 'III 'al** ^\ 

HENRY CRIMM 8, 

ARION HALL, 

l». E. Corner of Bnller aad Hraray W*. 



IKE CUFF y^mV. 

Appetlalng BreakfaaU, Lunohet 
Dinners and Suppen. 

BBiiMi loiB wife; 

RKi.^c loiR i.tB* wnttM'wm 

And •oj'.y a »l^ 'f th» fl"''* "*'^^^tt"* 

BAMA IN TIIK WORM), all l» MfM •» 

Iba wgrl<lf«oowD»d 

Ooltlen Gntti. 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 
The Beit Pf«Hi>f ■fditia* ia Vf- 
rrairi 

ifvir' •' 
lmpU« I 
HoMH ' 



rrairii ' 

c^ifT'ir' • 
rimpU* 



PORTABLE 

Fxiinguishers ! 

FIBE FNGINES 

Bettor than ln»uranco- 
PAHKK k Ml V. Aconf". 

417 Market Street,, 



Paai* <lraa>4. :-• • .^'JI ttl 

M,M.«u.ai 
•Pis* 01*«a«*»l>»^"* 



BosTOK oy»T«« nov%»^ 

aa a.. , M II ill Miti^ 

WrKTrirl't .-! ^- ■^. •— 




r«S OBOAN or AJfUSSMENTS. 
PibUihad Unn IHt In Uie Y»». bj 



».1J JltKlUAST 8TKEET, 



Balo Kout-omxj, 



,S*n FnneUco 



MONDAY JUNK 12 



oorjX3. 

rA'^rI^ Divitios ok tuk ailastic and 

ACIrlC T»LBO»ArH CO.. SU7 CALironSIA ST 

New York. Jane 12. 187*. 
12 SS 



Oprurd 

.SOT Til IT KIMII or .1 .MAX. 

Kev. l)r. 1'. tne other day, fouiul a pack 
of playin:; cardn in the possession o{ his 
oiliest boy, and after giving the lad a 
thra-'hing for owing such engiuea of ijatan, 
the doctor placed the cards in his own 
pocket, intending to destroy them at the 
first opportunity. But he forgot about 
them, and subdequently, while in the cars 
on the w.iy to the city, he pulled out bis 
handkerchief, and the cards came out with 
it and fell upon the floor. The doctor gath 
ered them up, with a very red face, and 
while he was arranging them in his hand, 
he saw a rough loiking man in his seat o; • 
pasite to him winking at him. He turned 
bis heail away, but ui>on looking around a 
moment later, the man winked at bim 
again. Then he winked several times, and 
finally he came over, and sitting down by 
the side of the doctor, he said: 

"1 say, pardner, what's your little game?" 

"I don't understand you, sir," replied the 
doctor. 

"Oh, you needn't mind roe," naid the 
man. "I'm di>ing a little at that thing 
myself. Now, how do you work it?" 

"What do you mean ': How ilo I work 
what?" 

"Oh, you know well enough. What do 
you skin 'em oa ?" 

"Skin them! Bkiii who? K«ally, sir, 
your remarks are incomprehensible to 
me." 

"Now, see here, understand the whole 
thing. You're hunting up somebody to 
play seven-up with, and you intend 
to beat 'em out of their money. Now, 
don't you ?"' 

"You don't know wh» you are talking 
to." 

"Now, I'll tell you what Ml do. Ilhere's 
no man on this earth that kin turn jacks 
faster'n I kin; and less you and me start 
up a game on some of these fellers, and I 
will lun three or four jacks up my sleeve, 
with a couple of aces, maybe, and, when 
we get to town, we'll divide the profits and 
go down and get roaring drunk at the tav- 
ern. Is it a bargain ?' 

"You are a scoundrel, sir !" exclaimed 
the doctor. "Let me change my seat, if 
you please." 

"Won't you do it ? Won't club in with 
me and try a few games 7'' 

"Certainly not, sir." 

"Went lend me them jacks to put in 
my sleeve V 

"Yon seem to forget that I am a cleiCT- 
man, sir." 

"A cler ! Oh, no. You don't mean 
to say that — that -yon ain't a preacher; 
now, honest, are you?" 

"Yes, sir, I am. I am the Rev. Dr. P." 

"Too bad ! too bad ! Believe me, if I 
didn't think you was one of those fellows 
who play cards on the cars to gouge green- 
horns out of their money. You look like 
one, anyway, now don't you? And what 
are you doing with that pack, old man, 
hey ? Wouldn't you mind if I showed you 
how to run 'em over so's when you play 
they can't fool you? I'll do it for noth 
ing." 

Then Dr. Potts went into the hind car 
and got off at the next station. When he 
got home he gave that boy of his a couple 
of extra floggings in order to ease his feel 

J»gB. 

I«eorq'<% Iitlrot. 

M. ( liarles Lecooq's last opera, "La 
Petite Mariee," is now being played at the 
Strand Opera Comique, London, by M. 
Hurbert's Company from Brussels. The 
work was first produced at the Theatre de 
la Renaissance in Paris, on the 2i9t of 
December la.it, and is still having a run. 
The libretto, by MM. D. Leterrier and A. 
Vanlloo, is a complicated It.-klian intrigue, 
«3arcely calculated tointerestour audiences 
who do not recognize the drollery of a hus- 
band permitting his wife to be passed off 
as the spouse of another man in order to 
guard against a reUliation from the Podesta 
of Bergamo, who has an lago like suspicion 
that he has been played false by the Chev- 
alier S.1U Carlo, who marries Grazieila (La 
Petite Mariee.)' M. Warnots is the con- 
d>: , and the reception of "La Petite 
Mariee" has been of a nature to insure its 
popularity here, especially as M. Lecocq's 
vivacious and piquant music is quite wor. 
thy of the composer of "La Fille de Mad- 
am t ,ot. 



(Tllerlon Oyster MIoon. ilO ILeumj St. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace,— 

Roaiu all Kri-co wlierc you will, 
Ib the nnuwn'd CRiTSKios,: 

Kept by EmssoN CoRtille ! 
He's the Oyster Kinj,' of FrisM, 

Bualnetonml from the East, 
210 on Kcamy Street, 

WuiTc a.l can ohuin a least 
Of dtlK-ate Eastern Oysters, 

Or of Califurni.i's best, 
Pnss'd in any .ai.d ov'ry sfy'c. 

That's in mk^-uc from East to West, 
All the Oyster-eating public 

Protest, without a quarrel, 
Thnt fur Freshist. Chiiceot Oysters, 

C'oryille can claim the Launil 1 
Then, f.r Privacy and Comfort 

All his Ladt Patro.vs tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as '*ell 1 
So cosv, cheerful, ele^rant'. 

You're enchanted »t a iilance 

With CoRVIl XFB ORKAT CRITERION 

It is ihc House Par Exccllbncb : : ! 
Clams, Lobaters and Crabs the freshest 

111 ttie Ciiy jou ^et there ; 
With Guinnees' Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "iiiu>s'8 Bitter Beer 1" 
Sparkling Champagne and finest Wines, 

Imi>orled by hiui express. 
Excel all other brands kr.jwn here, 

Connoiseurs all onfess '. 
If, Reader, you lii(e sweet Oysters,— 

Your pleasure to make complete. 
Goto 
EMERSON CORVILi^E'S CRITEKION, 

The Fashion ol Frisco's Retreat I b^' 



DvB't Help rny ouier I'eople's DcbU, 

But go to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Sliat^r .S Co., 707 Market street, near Third, 
indsave fully ffi percent, by liuyiiigof them. Their 
motto is : "Buy for cash, anil sell for cash," there- 
fore they ha\ e'ao bad debta to make up out of ex- 
trs nrrft's. 

The Antelope Oji>ter UooM. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
served up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Eftablished in lb6i. No. 812 Market 
near Montgomerv. B 

Frrc ExhIliltioD* 

Matinee every Saturday at Townsend's Candy 
Factory, No. 6'27 Market street, where you car 
earn how candies are made. Q 

Do .\»l Saner from Conu. 

The unfortiuiate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Injjrowing Nails, can find ir,stant relief 
by apjilving i't Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved ti) 2u7 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 P. M. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Re(- 
arcoce given if requ ired H 

Hurry up These Bntter Cakes. 

Who has not tried them? New York Butter 
Cakes and Coffe for 10 cents, at Bums Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon, 517 CaKfomia street, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the night and day 
J. H. Bums, Prop rietCT. * 

CaKtor Oil. 

Most safe, useful snd best known PurgAtive, 
can be taken agreeably and easily in Dundas 
Dick & Co.'s Soft Capsules. No taste ; no smell; 
so pit'asant that ehildrea ask for more. No fam- 
ily without them. Sol 1 by your ci rug,?i«t. Ask 
for our book ; or Bend fer it, to 36 Wooster street, 
New York. 

SpiritaallzInK S«ance«. 

Mis. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Mcdiuui, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at 7) o'clock. * 

Fine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Callender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortmeu* ol chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 
pxamine. 6-y 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove lor tl S5 
a pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 



Palmer Bros. 

Have the best assortment of Linen Suite in 
ho city from S3. 50 upwanls. 



Why Do Sherwood Bros. 

Grocers. 508 Market street, near Sansorae, sell more 
butter than any other house in the city? Becanse 
1 500 persons purchase meat in the same store daily, 
tun about and buy butter at 10 to 20 cents per roll 
cheaper than elsewhere. No wonder, D 



Vreah aad 8we«l. 

For the rieat confectionerr, go to C^Btv't. for 



The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
B their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
ear Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is tlieir only place of 
busines o 



Tyrolean <'oneer(. 

Also other performances, every night at the 
TiToli Gardens, northwest comer Sutter and Stock- 
ton E*Teete. Admission free. * 



Da. Chab. C O'DoHirau. (late U. S. A.), office 
and residence b26 Keamr street. The treatment 
of women and children a speciAlw, z 



HllUnery fc««ds, 

MTholesale and retA at Pa mei's, 726 to 734 
Market street. 

The next time you require Shirts, ask for the 
'S andara** Brand. 



Cloak», Sacques, Lace Caps and Bonnet*, etc.. 
Just received at Palmer's, 726 to 734 Market St. 



Kew Store ! New GoodH ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
Meussd'irffer & Bro., has optntd at No. 4( 2 Kearny 
street, ntar Pine, with a splendid stock of Hats 
and Caps. "The finest goods at the lowest pos- 
sihfe prices I" is his motto. e 

♦- 

Wade'a Op4-ra Honse. 

The best <'l Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at *Jie foot of the stairs, in the vestibule. * 



Every first class dealer keeps the "Standard' 
Shirts. I 



Palmir'shave received a rew supply of adies 
and cbihlren's underwear— very cheap — 726 to 734 
Market street. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN STREET. 
LOS AKCELEii, CALA. 

A G. RYAN t CO Proprietors 

COL J. H WOOD Business Manaeci 

GEO F. MOORE Stage Manager 

WANTED ■WNEDIATELV, lady Artl<.|« 

In all Bratiches of the Proff<*Blon, also an A No. 1 
I'roperty Man, one that can Paint Scenery. Variety 
Talent want^-d at all timts. Wnteand get a date. 

Agents for Travelling Companies will do well to 
address COL. J. H. WOOD, 

myn Opera House, Los Angeles, Cal. 



OPERA HOUBE, 

•AN JOOE. OA.I.A. 



ThU Beantiral and Newly Kenovatc 

Theatre Is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at reasonable terms. 
jal*-tf a BROHASKA. Pronrietot 



^^ 4^ Prill llnE Prr.,(S«,i) 

4>0 FOR BOYS 



DOIff A LD H, 

P 
E 
PERCY 
C 
Y 

The Eminrnt London riAirvosnut und 

Healer, now stoppiuff in this city, at 2Ce Kearny 
street, entrance, room II. who makes the following 
propositions : 

First-No charge unless ENTIRE Satisfaction be 
giveo. 

Second-He will read your PAST, PKESENT 
and FU TURE, guaranteeing the Past to be correct 
or NO FKE. 

Third -Advice given in reference to lost friends. 
property, love or business; satisfaction or no fee. 

Fourth— If In poor health he will locate your 
disease, describe ittf symptoms and its peculiar 
effects upon your individual system without a^k- 
iNo A (;t'P>Tir>K. This health examination is 
made iy the wonderful art of Magicology, witbont 
any visible eiaminatiou of diseased organs, and is 
given, as a test uf power, FREE TO ALL. 

Fifth -And lastly. If your disease is curaV.le he 
will guarantee to rcRtore the health without using 
a drop of any drug, by a n:etbod of treatment es- 
sentially his own. Farticular attention given to 
Nervous Diseases, Consumption, Female Diseases, 
Sore Eyes. Deafness, Rheumatisu!, Neuralgia, 
Mental Weakness. Lof ? of Memory, and all diseases 
having their origin iu the Bavk. Kidneys and 
Stomach. Fees moderate, averaging from $1 50 to 
$3 50, Strictly private and confidentiaL Call for a 
Health Examination or a Reading of Character, 
both being (nvcn FREE to all as at«Et of power. 
Hours from 10 a, h until 10 F. K. :e8-t.f 



J. K. EMiVSET, 

Now pla>ins the iilokC ftoccessfnl en- 
gagement "ever played in Melboiuiie,'* as "Fritz. 
Our Cousin Gemiat" which has reached its 42d 
repetition, aud still rtmning to overflowing houses 
Can be addressed, care Royal Opera Houso, Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Australia. 

P. S —.Sidney, Adelaide aud New Zealand to 
foUon- je-Stf 



A P ART^ISB^ 

With Rome capital to taJie a half int-erest ir the 

Palace Opera House, 

Corner S*--w llonltfomcry nnd 
MIsfitiou Sireet>i. 

Tne largest and most talented company, fuUy 
organized on the coast. Apply at Box Office. 



PROF. D Mccarty, 

Teaches Ball Room, Ballet, Horn- 
pipe, Flings, Irish and Htraight Jig, Soug 
Dance. Clog and Cacbucha, Irish wa<.ber- 
womao, Sword Dances, etc., at 

44i Sixth Street near Market. 

.ieV-tf 



Wade's Ope^ra House. 

CIPRICO'S FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. 
GREAT PARISIAN !«IfCCESS • 

Fates (£ Furies. 

Thrllliue !i»eii**aflonal Uruinn. 

jtr3-lw 



IF YOU 

Oysters and Fish 

Cooked in god style, try the Oyster 

aud Chop Uoxise 

fi» E. Corner Lehle-^dorfT an*! Clay 8ts., 

formerly known as FRANK JOHNSON'S. Tne 

Private Rooais have Vjten elegantly fitted up and 

tborouKbly reuovateiL OpenfromG A. M. to2 A. M. 

Ll'.^UBERC «1 LAKHI-:!V, Proprietoim. 



NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 



At a Mectlne of the Board of Dealth, 

held on the 26th of .May, A D 1876, it was ordered 
that the lollnwing sections of chapter 11 of the 
General Orders of the Boar«l of Bupervisors be pub- 
lished in the daily newspapers : 

(Reports of PhjHlcians.] 

Ere. 6 It shall be the dnty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Health 
Officer in writing, erery patient he shall have labor- 
ing under Asiatic cholera or small|H>x immediately 
after he shall bd satisfied of the nature of *he dis- 
ease imnedfately after it shall have occurred. 
(Reporta of Bon»e.liol<ieritj 

BEr. 6. It shall be the duty of every house- 
holder in this city and county to report, in writing. 
to the Health Officer, immediately, the name of 
(very person boarding at his of her honse, whom he 
or she sball have reason to believe to be sick of 
choleritl or smallpox, and any deaths oceurring at 
bis or h^r house from such dieease- 

[Prrsoim Inficled with Smallvox.] 

Kec. p. No person attending upon or otherwis 
coming in contact with any person affected with 
smallpox in sticb a manner or to such an extent as 
to render him liable to conrouoicate the disease, 
shall go upon any public stret t or in any way mingle 
with people not affected with the disease. 
(rruhlblting the Reiuoval of Qaaran- 
line FlaKH.j 

Sec. Z>. No person shall reoiove a yf'llow or 
quarantine flag or placard fr.)m any building where 
the said fiaj or placard shall have been placed by 
the Health Officer or his dcnuties, without the per- 
missioD of said Health OiUcr or his deputies 
my2e 



Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To lie bad In all Morew and SaloouH. 

Manufactured by DKNICKK BR THERS at the 
WHITE MAN'S CIGAR FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. myiS-ti 

Pr. pare for your Centennial trip by laying in 
a aui'ply of "Standard" Shirta i 



JAW. GJ-. »'Jr*iluLK;^fcCo. 

CHEMISTS AND APOTHECARIES 

Have remuvrd froin ihelr Old Stand to 

their new More, ai« Kearny street, 

BETWEEN PINE AND BCSH, 

Their attentior. will he devoted to keeping at all 
times, the variety necessary to a First-Class Drug 
Store ,7 AS. G. STEELE & CO , 

fell-tf Chemiste aud Apotbeearies. 316 Keainy St. 

WHITE & KEARNS 

will romnienr^ their ttlxth Season on 

June 19ib, at Antioch, and will visit the principal 
towns throuwbnut California, Nevada and Oregon. 
WANTELi— Two end men, also a first and second 
Violinist that can play E Flat and B Flat Cornets 
Apply at Blondell House, N. W. comer stocktou 
and Broadway, Sunday, June 4tb, from 12 h to" 
»• M iel-3t 

J. M. DUFF, 



YOUNG MEN 

Whomay l>6 Eiiflfering from the effect of youthful 
follies or iudiacrttion. will do well to avail thera- 
sdves or this, the greatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suffering humanity. 



Dr. 



Spinney will Guarantee 
±orfdit$500 



to 



For every case of seminal weakness, or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which he undertakes 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, say to the 
unfortunate sufferer who n ay read this notice, that 
you are treading upon dangerous ground when you 
longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
complaint. You may be in the first sta^e. remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. Ifvou are bor- 
dering upon the last, and are sufEeri* p some or all 
of its ill effects, remember that if ^ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, th,e time must come when 
the most skillful physician can render you no as- 
sistance; when the door of hope will be clo8*d 
against you; when no angel of mercy cat, bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work iUeXt upon yoiir im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your case is b^ond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacaation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
cau:»e. wEich is the second stage of seminal weak- 
neas. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
Buch cases, and a healthy restoration of the g^iito- 
arinary organs. 

All Letters andC^mmoiUcatlons Strict- 
ly Contidentlal. 

C^fuaultations Free— Cbarpcs Moderate. 
Office llours from 10 to 4 aud 7 to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRESS. 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Franel8C«, 



FREE AND EASY. 




u^ 3L. O O INT, 



COa MIS8IO!« BTBKKT. 

Near Second, 

E-^-erv Saturday Ni|rht. 

Tau*. 'WIX.O, OtaalrBun. 

Unttl Forttaar Rotlo*. 

A the test Songs next Saturday ITlghl. 
EACiLESift Wll,n. 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open November 1st. Variety Tal- 
ent going Eaat or West, wishing engagements, wU^ 
find It to their advant age to address, stating tvrm ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
oc26-t CHEYENNE. W 

Xhe Manly Art 



l£3ZjX*-X>£IS"3S3»a ox:. 



Private Lessons Given in Boxing! 

BY 

PROF. TOM McALPINE, 

Ex-Cbamnlon ot tbe Mlddlc-'WclElit.t. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
rooms or residences, ii desirable. apl8-tf 

CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

By the Night or Week, or will make 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa- 
nice on sharing terms. For particulars, addresa 
J. McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE, W. T 



SEA. BA.XHI1NG. 

Long Br.dge Swimming Baths 

Persons can here enjf^ tha benefits of SEA 
BATHING without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dnngeious currents. 

my27-tl A. TRUWORTHY. Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs les.s than half as 
much as ordinary Suap. 

For Sale b.T all Drneglsts and Grocer*. 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY. 

X24 X'lftls. 8tx>eott 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Riding Academy, 

AND 




A PARTIffE 

With some cipital, to take a balf-iateres 

s -4. T z u m: A. 
ROYAL JAPANESE TR on 

T» Travel Throneh Europe; 

chance for a person who likeB travelinj 
make money sure and quick. Apply in pe 

Proprietor and Hanascr, 

At the Humboldt Hotel, Fifteenth street, 
Howard aud Mission, from 2 to 4 o'cloc 
afternoon. Princii^als on!y nee.1 apply. 



YOUE SPIRI 

Friends Can be Seen by Attend 

Seances ot the GREATFST MATERIA 
MEDIUM in the would, 

MRS. C. M. SAW] 

SPIRITS MATERIALI21E, SHOW HA 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO A3 TO BE 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEJ 



Honest investigators call and see for th 
every evening except Monday and Thursdi 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 
street near Market. Seancefl begin at 7i 

FOR A GOOD 5 CBNT GLft! 

BEER, ALE OR PORTER, 




sw 

MARKET fit 3?? ST 

TVlnes, LlanorH and Cigarg of t 
ttuallty. ~ 

ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTI' 

DIRECTHD BY.... 

Prof. D.^perar 

Lessons on the Piano and In SI 
1800 STOCKTON STREET, S. 



:blo<d 



.A."\7\7"-. 



^OYSTERJOUSE, 

MARKET STREET ABOTl'E P 

The best Oysters, Chops, Roasts and 

the market. Private appartments for Fan 

Ladies. Family orders delivered to reside 

of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21tf A. 8. S.MITH, Pro 



CLAY-STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is th« most elegant 
and commodious Riding -g^ 
Academy in the city ; open 
day and evening. Part'lcu- 
lar attention paid to teaching beginners" 

se2t A MARSHALL. 




SILVER & FABENS 

Designers and Engravers on 

833 Clay St., (Sterett'8 Printlne 4 

BUILDINGS, LETTER-HEADS. MONC 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS. E 

Plain, or in a Variety of C 

felMm 




Flrst-rias« DENTISTRV for less 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at come 
ket aud Stockton than an first-clafls i>en 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain 1 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
fe8-3m COCHRANE 4. RICH: 



ONE MILLIOI^ 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOODS 



Tie, 728, im Ana 73? 



Advetisers. Take He 

I am distribniiiie Cards, Cli 

Handbills, etc., on the route between nerc 
ramento— both by the Vallejo and .'"tockti 
including all way towns, and am prepan 
tribute all kinds of Advertidng matter 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms moder 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, American 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.~I can ref< 
mission to the proprietora of the Ame 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fioaj 
manner in which I d* their work. 



Palace Opera Ho 

Corner Mission and New Montgomei 



0x30X1. for- «Ixe SeA 



Ladles and Ventleniem of n< 

edged abili'y drsinng permanent eng 
Specialty Artists and First-Class Variej 
will plea-e address or apply, from 11 to ! 
above, to MATT KKI LY, Stage i' 

N. B Wanted imraediate'y. a FIBS 
STAGK MACHINIST aud a GOOD PR 
MASTER. 



DBUCitaST AND CHEMIS 

SOLE AGENT OF 

Rirnrri's SnRCifiC & Vein 



taA«BY'a» 



IBA SANTA 

ROCHES 

gthen the Voic e and 
Relieve Cough. 

SEARBY, DRUGGIST. 

) Market St. 

s Bililwin's Theatre; also, 
r Folsora aud Fifth St5. 




**Here, There and Ererywhore." 



EatabllBhea 1886 



SAN FRAirCISOO, MONDAY, JUNE 13. n76. 



VOL. xxm. 



A 
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M"' 



S<^H. 8 

. FOR A. 

STYLISH 

l«o« up o( thf n»rt >\ I. 
MTUrd MrM«. 



lDE'SOPEHAHOUSE 



ission street, between Third and Fourth. 

{ W BERT LK38EK AND MASAOKR 

RTLETT 



Stage Manager 



.JUNE 12 



VENING- 

Week and Ur>abated Success 

OF THE YOUN'G EXGLISH TK.VOEDI.^N, ^^ 

SO. I=tIC3-3>3-OX^I> 

IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OF 

I 



r. The Battle of Agincourt. 

.'vR Y V ^ .GEORGE RIG N-OLD 

ilk .cousu. to tue Ki»s .•■•::;.;;;.;.".5ir Ko.' r^ 

llsbiiry.. , « ii|,,,„ 

L-stiiiureland ".•.■.•.•.•."■.•.•.■.■.•.•.■.■.•.Mr. «oil,-.v 

'.'« Iwu'nt^.^hHrv Mr. MrnilOM s 

KU .....■.'.'. .^. ...■•••• *'•■• ^fJ^lon 

»nil>rldgc I Conspirators against j^, p,' Rird 

"^4 -..-J ""> ^"^- ■.■.■.■.'.■.■'.■.'.Mr. l>Hlt«ii 

» Urplogham officers in King Hf^LoiisdHle 

Henry's Army | I".;. ...|. M. Wmd 

* Wni. ScalleiB 



Or. 

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X 

XT 

X>J 

.Muiufact'rs 

of Jewelrj 
and Dealers 



Soldiers in King Henry's Army I 



»". Lt-ylou 

l. Fuul 

Chas. Howe 

«•. Morrlli 

..Mr. Gol<illm.til4- 

Vrarco Coshill 

Wbi Sliiinm 

John Jack 



...... i Formerly Servants to Filstaff 

..... . Now Soldiersin King 

erVant to the abJ^e.'^.^'. ;'*i:'* **"!Mr.''MoVc«u 

Ifi ••••.•. Mr. SciiiH 

" <Tia!4. Allen 

E. .1. BBCklej- 

Mr. Kiiinor 

W. W. 8h.i« 

Mr. Knl(e«l«n 

mons. A. Mayii:n<l 

ubic ot firaiiee:::;:;:::.:.: :-;.:Mr"-BT^ckh'.rrn 

' French Lords jlr, .M«wt>ray 

kr ■ Hu rflpnr !"!'"'■ *-'• «-a*l<> W 

."r"*F?onc'i.lIeraid::.:..;...: Ch»; rH„...w. 

>p of ICourges 

KathiTlue i • • • „ . 

Ickly HM.stol's >*lfe)a Host*»» 



lor, frnm Clias 

I Kins of France. 

the ilaiiDhin 

Rui-Kuntly 

Itrlriius 

Bourbon 

poldicr 



Edmonds 
Hr. Bertram 
.jiiss Mary loans 



Silverware, 



Market 

$>treet, 

ne^r 

Corner 

Stockton 

Watches & 
Jewelry 
Repaired. 



Eh 

O 
I 

■H 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell. 

LAST NIGHT BUT ONK n( MU. MAURK^E STKAKOHCIl S (;UAND 



Introducing the Ceiebrateil Prima Donnu from Hci M..,'t»i> h O; . ; , i < i 

don), the Italian 0]'Lra H'>U9C tPriris), and thcAuidiiuv 

ol Music (New York), 

Mile. ANNA D£ B^LOCCA 

Afj:i^ted by the Eminent Younj; 'i*.r,ni, 
And the Famous "Yoiiiijj tari:ont', 
The whole under the Direction of 

MR. MAURICE STRAK08CH, 

Who will preside al the Piano Forte. 
Tl-.o Fourth and LAST CONCERT BUT OjSl' »-ill take jila.< 

Tuesday Evening, June 13, 

With the following carefully selected Progranjiiu : 
:]E»A.je^T I. 

1— Owei tare— "Crown Dkaino ndK" Anbcr 

OKtULSTKA. 

—Aria from "At*!*" Verdi 

(Surig for the first t4me fn San Francisco,) 

N. TOM kAKi4. 

3— Kondo from "Dlnorah" (Le Pardon de Ploermel) . ... Mryerbcei 

(Sung for the first time in San Francisco.) 

MLLE. HELW€€A. 



•Nom e ¥er" 



SIV. TACUAPIETKA. 



Tito naMvi 



Mrs- fhas. ivdnionds 

n'Meen of France Mr*. .Vorlou Bush 

^ a? ChoriTr^ .......... ^ ... ««»s Annie FIrmiu 

lady attendant upon tlie Prl nces^^ljerlu^^^ 

tome ot J»ceuei«, ft^Jvents. Jb-tc. 

Bcene 1-Tbe Throne Room. Scene 2-EA8TCHEAP. LONDON, 
the Boar's Head. Scene 3- The Beach at Southamptont The tn- 

FR ANCE.' Scene 1 -A Roum in the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
'sh Entrenchments at Harfleur. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 
Scene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUR ! At the Breach I Signs of a 
lict sleneT-The French PaUce at Roueo. A View in Pic^Jy 
Scene 1-The French Danphin;8 Tent near Agincourt. (N'Kbt-) 
he English Line. (Night ) 3-The Daunhm s Tent. 4-The En- 
m at Aljincoart. 5-Part cf the Field of Battle. 6-TABLEAU^ 
CLE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains of Agincourt. U-AIter 

-Scene l-R?ception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

FRANCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. 2--A View 
rem the Bridge. 3-INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
;erenionyof the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherme ^ 

ttee Wednesday Afternoon. 



O t^. 

» « 

H a 

Q 2 

51 



California Theatre. 



MB JOHN M m liPltlH 



iL£:.ji;Mi'ri'Ni'''j. ,..._. '■:...':"iJ;T.;i. Si:::::i 



Sunday Evening, June 18th 



R— S«r*nm*e FoatI 

eUCHESTKA 

6-"Uald of AllienK," the beanllfnl Ballad by Connod 

-Kataplan Tambour Habile, the I'JiarmInc Nonpby 

Muio, Maltbran 

MLLE. BELOCCA 

-OTcriarc— "Uacic Flnte" Mouu-t 

UUCilESTKA. 

-"HIra cbe Manea Inna" Kotturno Dncttino BosMni 

MLLE, BELUCCA and M. TOM UABL. 



IBESI^ESr-IT 



Miss 3TARUN SINGER 

BILL OF the SEASON 

FRENCH, GERMAN and ENGLISH 
Opera, Opereita, BurlesqiM. 

A Host Of Volunteers. 

Lischen and Frischen. 

Ul*H MABIAN MRUfeJl and ■•!■•. C. ■•>■■!. 



3— A«la from 
4-"WaUlB«!" 



tiOOBOd 

MiUard 



.Kosglol 



Faudt" 

!!ti4<i. TAULIAFIETBA. 

Enellsh Ballad i,. 

M. TOM K4KL. 

Within a Mjle or LdJnboroafib" 

MLLE. BKLOCC'A. 

ft— Trio from the Celebrated M«mc 8oleii.eIl« 

(Sung for the nrst time in San Francisco.) 
.Mile. BELOCCA, M. TOM KAUL and MV. TAVLIAPIETBA. 

MR. GEO. T. EVANS CoNPUtTOR 

The Piano used at these concerts is tbo celebrated Steinway. furnished by 
M Gray, sole agent for the Pacific Coast. 

Thtirsilay, June 19th— L««t Concert of MLLB. BELOCCA 

Saturday, at2 P M.. Matinee and Last appearance of MLLE BELOCCA. 



SCAI.B OF PRICES. 



..$1 00 



Dress Circle, Orchestra and Balcony 

Keserved t>euls i'lrty Cents Extra. 

CallerT 50 cents 

Private Boxe«. $10 and $tO, accordlDK to location 

Box Office Open Daily at 10 A. u. 



S#cr>Bd Act ^ 



Der FreSscIintz I 

ForwhlcL Heir THBODOHR IIABELMANN Vm bMii mi.«> t. y 
• ncac*d; ako M(m BFBTIIA ROKMBK 

3/L±B& >&lloo lEZctx*x*lsorx. 

ta a Centennial nooqari of Hveelalllc 
MII>H MARIF, Mni'MA!VN TEBPAICBOBrAft rB*BI«.W 



The whole to (on*- 



Mfc the N«w Uithi Durlff^uf Tlir 



TWO OAR FANS 

From the facile pen of W A MFSTAVKB. fot whidi MIIW KATY MAVHSW 

(by iiind permiiwion of John MoC*ullo««b. hM kindly Tolu».*r.4. atoo Mr T. 
C Keene and Mr Long anU Mr. MfiKr as tbr T"o <>ij but. aad Mmts .t Ik* 

talented California Tbratre CuBiiii.r 

siAoot :eJ'o'v%r csfioxx. 



ice Opera House. 

r New Montgomery and Mission Sts. 
B..COL. WIIaSONI A8SI8TAST..J. GRIFFIN60N 

IJAOEK MATT KELLY 

r Orchestr a JOE . GREEN 

lant Success 6f the Family Theatre 
MOST PERFECT ORDER PRESERVED. 
D WITH E.NTHl'SIASTIC APPLALSE ! 1 
iced by the Public and Press the Most 
>lete and attractive entertainment 

la the c tty. 

FIRST APPEABANCE OF 

rTtiereseRiicI M. J^dimidt 

ALSO 

La, Petite I..oIa. 
VENINO JPNiTk 

THE CALIFORNIA 

E<«T¥ BEACTIFVL 10i;.\U LAIIIEH. 

CHRISTY 

INTERIM OF THREE MINUTES. 
Grand and Varied Interlude. 

TE LOLA lv\ IIFR SPK< IALTIF> 

ILLING DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT 

ine aud Greoi-g^o X.iupi-ui]. 

SOLO JAKE 'WALLACE 

me. THRf^E^E and M. H< II.MIUT. 

one and Dance Christy anil IVilllams 

Mine. M. .Marline/. 

THE CELEBRATED 

rRIGANT FAMILY, 

(FIVE IN NUMBER), 
rinclpal European and American Hippodromes and 
I-IN THEIR MARVELLOUS INVOLUTIONS. 

TERMI88ION OP THREE MINUTES. 

nd Fling Miss Lulu Wilson 

iBACTe«ISTI<ti;E-".MephfHlophlle» 
rg nerite ,' M me. IHEB Ei>>E^tM^_»CHHI DT 

corNooiN's!* ~ 

lid Awkwa rd F quad 

fU^-.. Christy and Williams 

To conclodo with THE 

[FTBI- s^iTATUE, 

Jake Wallace | Ros-? Lnlu Wilson 

Rest of chara cters by the Company. 

SCALE OF PRICES. 

rcle «l 00 1 Orchestra Chairs, SO cents 

le 25 eeniH I 4 hlldren ..'ii eenis 




Grand Reopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard & Jones 

HAVE REOPENED THEIR 

Magniticet Shoe Parlor 1 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



..ON., 



Sole Agents for the LILY YOUNG. PRATT A 
BRACKETS Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Genuine except atannped with our Trade Mark; Solo 
Agenis tor SAMUEL DUNBAR &. CO'8. Fino Hlsws* and 
Children's Shoes, and ORAY BROS. Extra-Fine Ladles' and 
Missea' New York Shoe*. The laricest and finest st^ck ot 



:BX3'\7C7-Xfa' C7. 



IXTJE«.1" 



Uew Olympic Variety 

Sonthwwt Comer Third and Mission Streets 

J. HARIIINOION „„ - ..I'ROPRiiToii 

Johnny TuEHK Hlago Manigei' 

ISADORB Franr Musical Diri-ctrr 

Randolph Dixo.n Scenic Artist 

Most Complete Vaiiety OrganUation In the City 

30 PEBPOBMER«-20 BEAUTIFUL f OVNfi: '-*'*J^ 

I.MMENSE SUCCESS OF 

VXK^NjC]BI__W^EXA03a. 

TUERSt WEST. Bones. I ROSA * WKI.nl T.nibo 

THIS EVENING.- " _ : ^VJ^Jj}^ 

The Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 Minutei. 

(■onclu(Ilr.(rwitL TIIK.STOKM MARCH 



HorriH Welch Champion tloc 

Luwrtnee Cliri'On Aad His Vnllar 

Rosa .^ . . . ^e»t And IwAojeln 

VInnfo "W^eloii. 



LIVELY JIM....KI0IO Hapry Valley.. 
i'roprietor. 



.JOH.VNV TPIIH'' 
Marry Bnward 



Overtarr Orclieatra 

i ydin JLlvlnBT-ton. 

BILLY WK^T, the Champion Bone Playr of Ihr WorM 

.III; HoRRIa WIHH 

l.awre'nc^e.'ciinon *"•' '"- «•"•<-•» 

■r. 0". IDo-A-iasclls. 

Harry Howard and his Banjo. 

J\Xuy Lcroy. 

rilag Fanny Webster 

VInnle Woioli 



The Tmro Comiques. 

An.] ._^ ^. R<~ 

rrilTiBs au r«»»r«« «•■( 



Wert,. 



laadore Fran! 

Fl»f .Minutes Ii.l.rmlsslon to nitc time l« set HUgr 
rm the P.<ir«l 



LADIES' and MLSSES' SHOES in the City. Every pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 



on;o:;EBSoR8 to beers & uaynakd.) 



I'ralitr. Ili< Belle of Uae tiarden, »;il»« Narrlngloa 

|1,I»M,K ,» llN. I ...i . f til- . ,1 •!■> ■ • ■'...'■,"■'',., 

Mr. Ijidnc 'i . 
JamlHi I <'" ' 

a l.lll"t. '.. ■lO^^ 

Mr V\ iwiili,.!!, 

his mfe txcauso lio ba* a t4uidci.c> ij . 

Thlnis ••V 

Mrs. Fltzwilllams who Is wllHn« bilak' 

with him In Pavtslnaevcbof •' 

Dutehy .•• 

Cau-Cao dancers, ladMSln walUn. 
»a«««l eiprsasly ' 

WAN-.^.,-T,.-.-UY|-' 



Buckley's Varieties. 

N. W. comor Kearny and Pine Str*«ta. 

JIM HoTKiNii k <iF.oiuiit pktt:r.h rR<«rRirrr>«« 

Frawk MoRtmoRS B«lo»» »r^ !»la«» Uirtfrn 

It 8ohniMl....1lllni»o«l DtTMSOrl B««*»Borvm Tr-,.1.. r 

THIS EVENING 



JUNE IS 



The Perlormanc* will Oooiomikw with a 

First Part of WJt, Song and Fun 

RnUihlnc with Ih. riANTATlOU W Al.R-AROl'J*D. 



ii»j"'rHiRLijUX>i 



McdicT Ovrriar*' 



BreltMir* 



Two Henrys in the Field ! 
LITTLE GENERAL! 



Rnalo *^>l• 



Ma riak 



Wo Are Seventy-Five. 



MOBTINLB 



**• fc"»"« 



aiRin-toWir a4»«« 
(Htm IV >i«»»»B««^ 
•.ll^«. s\n n4>< r. 



f«0>Ci. 



Dutch 

W«r.a<r A»* 



n(«« r«niin 

will •niii.i 

I litii. «t*i I •• • 

^irrir ii»ii«toBK 



IBiAlO. Songs 






Plrolafl«U -Lea r«»»»ll««" P«lfca •r»b'."« 

Snne and Daaco 4»».n»T Prir« 

Rtiitn '•"•• •••"■ 

Aciobatic Song atd Daoot, H»rr; 9»o*i« 

lomlr IMIIT **" "•* 

OLD BIMBLEB/ICK 



IMiMTal (MlM««r 



fnraei aalo 

Rtii.tn 
iii^t. 



"««r«el Pwlka" 



«IT> •• I 
I.M I II 

•Ml 



Sixteen-string Jack. 



{ lalot' 
ni|«.y... 




vx 

na ORGAN or amoskments. 

PabUlhad KT«nr Dv In U>* T"". •>» 

0-, x». ^00-.^k.H.I3XT*. 



■n ll«rcli»«« Rtrcrl. bf l»w MoalsomeiT 

BOt>K I'K.itiKAMMEJocthefoUoiriinpUoMOf 
AiBuartutibt . 

CallfornlA Tbeatre: 
Wade'* Opera House: 
Baldwin* Academy of Music; 
MoKUlre's New Theatre: 
Magulre'B Opera Bouse: 
PlAtt'B Hall 
Buckley's Varieties; 
New Olynwlc Theatre; 



MONDAY.. 



.JUNE 12 



Amusements. Etc. 

Baldnln*. Aradrmy of Hnitir. 

HuDdmr nljthl pertorm.nees were in lull tarce tut 
•T.niDii. «»erjr pUce o( »inu»«iiicnt bein« open and 
»U well atteuiled Not Uie leMt houM iu point of 
attendaoee b; ao; mean, wu that gathered at thli 
haniUom. Ihe.Ue to alteni Mile, de Belocca's 
•Urd concert The pragramme was a thoroughly 
popular one. including aa Belocaa • »elsctioo«,Chcr- 
«Mni'i ucre<l song "Atc Maria. " Paure'« "Halc- 
laja d'Amour. ■ BeutboTeoi ana of 'Adelaide" 
■■d a C.nionctU from La Contesnad'Amalfi ' 
The price, were for thl" Oceanian put down to popiUar 
rate., which will (xinelyl be coatlnutd Th. next 
•OBcert U to morrow night. 
CaUromla Theatre. 

"Hetirj V wiih Barrett. Bi«hop and Thome in 
the oast besiiii iU Hccond week to-night. In all 
^obmbilitj too. thii will be it. last week. "Julius 
tSmuT" bein< in preparation, a grand productiou of 
that great tragedy l>eini contemplated 

La.t night tiiere wai a complimentary perform- 
ance at thi. theatre teDil«-rcd by the mcui)>erb of the 
French Amateur Hooicty of tbis cily to Mr Charles 
Vechter. which may. we auppoM. be connidered in 
the Ucht of a benelit I'he operetta of "Royal C'ra- 
Tatte." we did not .lee. but the comefly of "l^n I)e- 
laaode I'u CfOUTcroeur" known iu Kngliah as "A 
Hachilur of Arts.' we had the pleasure of iittlng out 
Vechter's Frederick de Maraau -.« jiut such a 
bright. cleTerl> drawn character a. you wou d 
imagine him to play, unhampered by a foreign 
tongue. The support was excellent when the fact 
of their being amateur, is considered. M Le^eudro 
as Duresuel. Miue Hose ' iuillemette and M Uoias- 
dter as Mile. D'lresuel and Benjamin, being pirtic- 
'■larly di-H$rTing .>f favorable mention. 

IVadc'.^ Olirra Houae. 

The extra ,)erforman'-e of ' Hennr V " given here 
a«t Diitht drew a very good bouse, eapeoially when 
the host of other attractions are eonaidered and 
tlie fact that the playiioiTi of San KraQciaoo have 
already had three weeks of the Shakespearean 
■pectacle. The thirtl week atthishousocommonoe. 
t«-night and Uignold. the ttplendid scenery and 
magnifleent tableaux will certrialy continue to 
draw well, though what is the la.l week of the 
yiece 
•»cra nonar. 

The bill for this week is advertised as bein>^ 
*'Brifiht. .rojrous, P'lje and BnjOTahl^i" ^() ^; bavo 
«a doubt that it is Ai any rate the lirst part eon- 
etude, with "The City Cars." Schoolcraft and Coos 
irive 'The Xlabama Home," the farce of "Some- 
body's Coat Tajl " follows, and the bill coucludea 
with J R Kemble's burlesque oi " Henry the 
-»lflb in Black," 
HaKvlre's New Theatrr. 

The Variety Combination aad the livin); Art 
Kxhihition contin-je to draw crowded houses. Tbis 
mek new B|<ecialtte< will b* introduced by the va- 
dety artists and two new pictures will be added to 
the art gallery. The Judgement of Parii, " and the 
vaaltr.tioo of Tobr Ko cntbal s painting of"i;Uine " 
Bcanlan and Cronin. Blanche Selwyn, Bcu U'Ifoil 
and Mr Alfred Listen ore all on the bill. 
Baekler*! Hew Tarlely Theatre. 

Mortimer and Kimio's act of "We are Sevonty- 
Min' U a great niiccesa. "Sixteen-striug Jack" 
draw, well and the whole bill is attractive 
Hew Olympic Tarlely Theatre. 

MJs. ViDoie Welch is a great favorite, D. L. 
ItauBders and Min Eliaa Harrington introduce 
a daaoe in the Can Can which In encored every 
avaulng 

ralarr Oprra Hoifie. 

If me Thereae and Mons Schmidt are engaged for 
this place aad will appear In a Oraad Pas da Deux 
thiaevtiilng "Ths -tutue Blanoho" t« conclude 
with. 

Note*. 

On Vr. lay oigtit oeit Mr. f.«o Rigootd wiU Uke 
his benelit when "Komeo and JuUef will be 
iiroduoal witB the ben.lciary and Miaa Maiy 
Vouag as the two VoneUan loveyra 



■aoacers 

Of Amuaemcnta, Excursions, Lectured, and 
Ooaccrta, are directed to the splendid PnnUne 
■■Uhli«hmei>l id B. F. SUrett, M2 Clay Street, 
over ihi: San Francisco Market. The larg^cst Pont- 
•rs, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out In 
the Bhoriest possible trace of time. Also, Beau 
tllu! Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
Kit the most faetidious. Mr. Sterett keciw oon- 
rantlj on hand a fine line of briifht colored p«- 
persof t.crj shade, and the prices charged tcr 
these arc verj- litUe In advance of plain while 
paper. Streamers of varioin sizes, from 18 to 42 
*>ch letters. In stock, of all colon of paper and 
lat Theatre Managers are especially iuviltd to 
call lor estimates. This weU-kno»Ti Printing House 
was estaJdished by the present proprietor in ls>50 
•nd has been in successful operation ever since. 

. ^i 

»on'i Pay Fancy Prices 

Bj (coin^to Mont«onury or K.amv street to 
jet your hate, when you can buy the very finest 
ciasi of soods cciieiderably cheaper than in either 
^-'^?«."*^««» by calUns at -The" Hat Store, 
eST Washington street beluw Kearny, besides, 
ol^™^.^;;,'* Tk''*.""'' ^mplete assortment to 
ta ^^^S; TJiuta a positive fact, and everyone 
ta sure to be pleased if they call at the above 

. M 

The Udirs ofsaa Francisco 

Will be glad to learn of the openine of flrst- 
'^TS,-:'^l* Clay street. o^S KoS"^ 
ell^i S^'' *""! ""'J' <*" >« supplied with 
Bm-clj« Chinese domesUc serranis at short no 
X .. '"*"''>■ recommend Messrs. Kine & 
i- . itt as pntlemen who wUI study in every way 
to please their customers. " ™ 



The principal .-ramaUc event of the pa. week was 
of the production of "Henry V at the 
California Theatre The production ha. been freely 
noticed in these columns and the daily i.ew.papors. 
the general v.rdio. being now that tHe p.coe runs 
.moothly. that the jubo.dinate actors have sett.ed 
wen down to their paru. and that Mr. Barrett ha. 
awoke to the impassioned nooeMi'.ies of hi.1 role 
and put more of his heart into the matter, when 
a'l Uioae thiug.s are coiuiiderod. it h conceded that 
there is little to choose between the two perform- 
ances Both are excellent and enjoyabi «. but nei- 
ther of them will lun four week. 

At the California it bar, been determined to pro- 
duce "Julius CsBsar" i".i great atyle. aa soon as 
■ H enry V " shows any tigns of ceasing to draw. 

At Wad3"8 there is talk of Enmeo and Juliet, 
and "Black Eyed Susan," ana whether as the Ual 
ian lover or the British -saHor there will always be 
much intercat attached to the performance ol the 
stalwart Enslisbman. 

After Rignold's ergafc-aoient comes the produc- 
tion of "Fatei and Furies."" a suooosaful Parisian 
me lodrama. in which Mr George Ciprico has in- 
vested a large ftum of money and much anxiety 
He will play thj principal part, tha' of Mons Al- 
berte. an aitiat. but the piece abounds as fully in 
strongly drawn characters as in elective situations 
We most decidedly hope that thiB chief venture of 
Ciprico will prove siici-ctsful and profitolile. 

Those who have I st<oed to Bret Harte's play, 
which is to be produced at the Union-Square Thea- 
tre in Auftisl. say tiiat it reads like some deligbtful 
story "I have forgoltcp." says he of tie Balti- 
more Bvli^ii'i. "just the fabulous sum that I heard 
a "cute theatrical man say the other day that he 
would give for it, but it was sufllcieut to show his 
estimate of its possibilities The ladles who will 
take part are Kate Claiton and Sara .Jewett 
Strange to eay. the role a<?siimed by Stuart Robaon 
(for whom the piece was written) is a mere sketch, 
and it depends upon bim to give it that life and 
color that make a successful chaiacter a.isuniption 
Much excitement was caused during the 
week by the exhibition of certain female Sgurss in 
fleshing, at Maguire"s New I'faeatre and nailed 
Matt Morgans Living Pictures Kow, of .lourne. 
they arc not faithful reproducticnH of the tableaux 
vtvantH that created so much interest and talk in New 
York, but .still they are fair famplcs of what was 
there shown. . The figures here shown are certainly 
much undraped. but where the immorality of the 
exhibition lier. we fail to see- No art gallery but 
shows more of the femalo form divine tlian is here 
exhibited. It is somewhat remarkable that the 
papers iu which Nick Fol.crts has not adverti.seU, 
arc the only ones that have cried out 8.$Aiiist the 
realization of ""Clepiiatra before Ctesar'" ff ai 

Notwithstanding niimerrus •difappointnioct.s, we 
are always glad to hear of a new prima donna 
arising in our mid.<iV Not our very midst, for this 
time the trave woman is found in New York. Miss 
Gertrude Corbett is the young lady, who inter- 
viewers has entered heart and soul into a new 
English Opera vrnture. This was to be inaugurated 
at the Academy of Music. June .3. by apcrformanee 
of "Norma,"" with acaet which it was claimed would 
not be ccnipo3C.l of " oticks."" Miss Corbett promises 
to afford a gratifying contrast in the mode of pro- 
du cing and illustraiing important lyric works She 
has not Ijecn coached by the high priests ol opera, 
nor has she been overweighted with a mass of 
preliminary Jourualistic rubbish, and therefore her 
career is hopeful 

In connection with the latter part of the preced- 
ing paragraph we would caution Eastern stars. 
managers, and improssarios against relying over 
much, or indeed at all on the effect a N ew York 
repiitatipn lift« with ^ Han Francisco audience, 
-lengthy newspaper paragraphs full of extravagant 
praise laviahed on this actors legs and that actress' 
laces, belong to the provioce of reporters and not to 
the crilfics. A handsome fare or a full wardrobe is 
held up as a reason why i,ucli a one should he a suc- 
cess ! Interviewers ani correspondents lavish col- 
umns on every personal detail of an actor or actres.i, 
and these are c.it out, re-published, and sent 
through the country as the surest heralding of an 
arti.it's fitness for a formoBt position in the pro- 
fession. That sort of thing doesn't go down in San 
Francisco. Montague became a sensible young 
fellow htrc with wever a thought of his "beauty;* 
the New "York papers nearly spoiled Jas. O'Neill be- 
fore he left by incessantly talking of his "manly 
beauty;" Mrs. Scott Siddons was barely more than 
tolerated; not twenty lines hav been given iu all 
the newtpapers put t(»gether to Rignold's 'beauty;' 
Belocca has been criticised for her voice and not 
because she may merit the term of "Prelty little 
Belocca" ; Miss Fanny Davenport never had less 
said about her "lovely face" thin during the time 
she was in San Francisco, and so on. and so oi:. 
This uietropoMtan fashion of making gods and 
godesseas out of the metropolitan favorites is de- 
basing and false. .San Franciscans after their 
healthy, straigbt-ahoad fashion will persist in judg- 
ing singers by their voices, and actors by their 
talent, witli scarcely a word for the beauty or bro- 
cades they bring with them. 

Here is good uewa an" it is reliable It is said 
that Mile. Marie Aimee, the queen of opera boutfe 
in this country, will aoon begin the season with a 
"very complete French company. Her season will 
begin in June, in Boston one week, then Philadel- 
phia, and then Booth's Theatre, New York, leaving 
on July 'Jtb for Wade's Opera House. The cm 
pany will be under the management of Mr. Maur- 
ice (irau, whose losses thus far on Offenbach, by 
the way, are in the neighborhood of $3.0(K). 

The business at the California "Theatre aftor ths 
llarrett-Jarrett engagement will bo as follons : 
John T. Raymond oo-.-ns at the California Theatre, 
July 5th. followed on July 24th by Rose Eytinge. 
Edwin Booth opens Sept. 4th, for four weeks, fol- 
lowed on Oct. 2d by Prank Mayo, after «hieh 
conies Geo. Fawcett Rowe on Oct. 30th, with 
' Brass,"" W. J Florence with the "MULty Dollar."' 
comes in December. 

Miss Jean Clara Walters is daily expected In the 
city. 

Tony Pastor and his wonderful "Variety Troupe, 
will open at the New Theatre on Monday fortnight, 
June 2Cth. 

Miss Katberine Rogers, for the past season the 
leadmg lady at Chene> n Globe Theatre, Boston, 
left per Cunard steamship for Europe on Wednes- 
day week. She returns in the fall, and comes to 
Wade's Opera House, San Francisco, as leading 
lady in the stock. 

J. H. Hunter is traveling as agent for the Illus- 
ionists, and T. Atkins as agent for the California 
Minstrels. 



The Collalri^l Loan and Savliies Bank 
Company 

Tbis day announce through the columns of 
Flo.^RO. that a bank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Kearny streets for the purpose of 
making a specialty of Loaning Money on Collateral 
Security, such as diamonds, silver plate, jewelry, 
etc., subject to the legal rate of Interest, namely, 

4 ivr cent ner month Rflfeivnp^ t/% thi, aHvartJa^ 



Tnr. OLD PASTOK'H DISSMIBSAL. 

'Wo need a younger mau to stir tlie people 

And lead them to the fold," 
The deacons said : "we ask your rcsignaiioD, 

Because — you"re growing old." 
The pastor bowed his deacons out in silencs. 

And tenderly the glooiu 
01 twilijht hid him and his bitter anguish 

Within the lonely room. 

Above Cie vi lot h.lls the sunl ghfs glory 

Ifuug like a crown cf gold. 
And from the great church epire tbe bel.'as' sweet 
antbeiu 

Adown the stillneas rolled. 
Assembled were th« people for t.>od's worship; 

But in bis study chair 
Tho pastor nit unheeding, while the soutii wind 

Caressed his auow-whlte hair. 

A smile lay on h's lips. His was the secret 

Of sorrow's sad surcease. 
Upon his forehead shone the benediction 

Of everlasting peace. 
"The ways of Providence are most mysterious," 

The deacons gravely said. 
As w.th wondering eyes, and scared, the r>°ople 
crowded, 

About their pastor— .dead ! 

"W« leved him I" wrote the people on the coffin, 

In words of shining gold ; 
And 'bove the broken heart, they set a statue 

Of marble white and cold. 
The end '/ Ah, no, the undiscovercl country 

Somewhere in brightness lies; 
Though only spaces and s'ars may be discerned 

By maa's short-sighted eyes. 



ILmO 



IF-Ort THIg 



IK.iBOIKG A TENOB. 

Under the hea<I of "Reminiscences" an 
Old Stager gives the following anecdote : 
Uateman opened hia iiecond opera bouffe 
.<)eason in 18G8 -G9 at Niblo's Garden, and 
to give it proper briliancy introduced to the 
American public two new stars, Mile. Irma 
Marie and Mons. Aujac. These two made 
an immediate hit in "Barbe Bleue," which 
ran for some months in the home of the 
"Black Orook". 

It was not without difficulty, however, 
and I'apa Bateman had serious trouble in 
preventing a breach between the tenor and 
the prima donna. Irma was of a peculiarly 
susceptible and jealous temperament. She 
was anxious to obtain the sole applause of 
the evening, and was willing to concede 
success to no one but herself. This dis- 
position found vent in an incident which 
came nearproving a tragic episode. Aujac, 
the tenor, was her rival, and obtained an 
applause which made the very spirit of the 
little Frencswoman turn to gall. She hat- 
ed him with a hatred which oiily artists 
seem to be al)le to feel towards one another. 
Aujac, inhis partofthe "Barbe Bleau," was 
acustomedtouse a green powder to color his 
postiche beard, and this was kept standing 
on the dressing table. Irma managed one 
Saturday evening to make her way into the 
dressing room unseen, and was suspected of 
having mixed arsenic with the green powder. 
The story found its way into print at the 
timebut wasapeedly 3uppresHed. There is n(5 
doubt that arsenic was found in the pow- 
der, and it was shown that Irma had been 
in his dressing room while Aujac was ab- 
sent. The result was that on the evening 
in question, M. Aujac only went through 
the first act with any satisfaction. During 
the second, he bJoke down and was taken 
away sulTering'horribly. His malady was 
discovered in time, a stomach pump was 
used, and antidotes administered, and on 
the foUowingevening he was in a sufficiently 
presentable condition to appear again in 
public. But from that time forth both 
hated each other cordially, and each of them 
in turn was anxious to go across the oceanj 
It was with the gratest difficulty that 
Bateman with all his ability was enabled 
to keep peace between them. Irma never 
failed, if it were possible, to spoil the effect 
of Aujat'ssongs with by-play which drew the 
attention of the audience away from the 
tenor and to herself. This was another 
great subject of discussion between them. 



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That's Itleiit with Eastern Oyster fame! 
He hoM the finest ever bred, 
Aiid newly taken from the bed. 
O^Ttters stcw'd, or Ovaters roast, 
Curried or Fri>d<I, alike's his boast ! 
To Corvillk's famous Saddle RocRj 
The fashion uf uil FrUco flock ! ! ! 

At 415 Pnoi Strbet, mind, 

This noted rer.'iezvous you'll find, 

Elkoant raiVATK RooMH are there 

T» accommodate liis Patrons fair, 

Wio, as they take their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the while, 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saddle Rocu. 

EuRRSON CORViLLE IS, to-day, 

Lorg^tst Importer on the Bay, 

And the whole trade upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

And then for Clams,— soft or hard bheil, — 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the famous Saddle Rogk. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Guinness* Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bright Ckampagne the finest brand ; — 
Tea, OoCfee and Chocolate always on hand. 
Visit Cortillb's but once- at all others 

youHl mock, — 
For there are nsne can compare with the 

Saddle Rock! 

Embsacn Cortille's Saddle Rock Otstbr Saloon, 
415 Pine Street, opposite the Market. ck 



TROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACEAMKNTO. 
ThI.i very desirable property Is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and ia 80 
feet on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
alley in the rear. The Theatre ia a very good one, 
and ia well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances npoessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores iu front .ire all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and $600 per 
month. It would cost about $'.K),000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like the building in question: but 
this desirable property can be bought for $33,000 
cash. Parties wishing to negotiate for the theatre 
can write to W. K MOEEOW. Sacramento. 

v.. K. MOEROW, 
For R^nl.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writing to above address. W K. 
MORROW. de24-tf 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Frlnting (or 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT I/OW BATES, BT 

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532 CZ^T STREET. 



S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAMERS. 

... AND THE. ,. 

FULTON & GUEBNVilLX: R. R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On nu«l after 9Iou<lay, Slay 'i9, 1876, 

the Steamer JAMKS M. DONAHUE, Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Green-street Wharf daily (Sun- 
dayfl excepted) at 7 A. m aud 3 p. m., cotinecting 
at Donahue Landing with the care for Petaluma, 
Cloverdale and way stations. The cars will leare 
Cloverdale daily (Sundajsexeepted) at 8 A. M. and 
3;30 iv M.. connecting with ateamtr at Donahue for 
tian Francisco. Close conaeotions made at Fultoa 
with the Fulton and Guernville Road for Koebell's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminus of the road. 
Shortest and quickest route to the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close stage 
connections made for Litton's, Skaggs" Mark West. 
Santa Rosa liVtfite Sulphur. Bartletfs. Highland 
ana Harben'a Springs. Also, Ukiah, Point Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodega, Duncan's Mills. Lakeport. 
Clear Lake, Mendocino, Petrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS -The Steamer leaves 
Green-stieet wharf Sunday luoruing at 8 A. M. 
Connects with cars at Don.ihue for Cloverdale and 
all stations on the road. Returning, will arrive in 
San Francisco Sundiry, 7:20 P. M. Excursion Tick- 
eta sold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 p. M. 
P. DONAHUK, PresloeLt 

A. A. BEAN. General Superintendent. 

F. H. GfiRDMS. Gen'I P. & T. Agl 

General Office, 42G Montgomery street. San 
Francifioo. fe20-tl 



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our ao styles of printing and a list of our JO kinds 
of cards, 100 styles in all combined. Agents price 
list. etc.. sent with each new lot. no two alike and 
the latest style. Address all orders to DeFOR- 
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ARMOR, comprising Holmets. Breastnilates. Lam- 
berquius, Wristle's. Armlets. Tights, Sandals, Tu- 
nics, Tojras, Shields, Combat Swords, ilpear Heads. 
JOHN H. McCABE, 
my26-lw 935 Kearny Street. Room 13. 



RUSS HOUSE SALOON. 

No. 813 Montgomerr Street, 

Russ House Block San Francisco 

R. B. STEWART, Proprietor. 
N. B. -Saloon open all night. ap25-tf 



THE CAFE OES ARTISTES 

Corner of Bnsli and Dupnnt Sts., 
Under the Poodle-Dog Restaurant. 

(Surnamed the French Hercules), Proprietor. 
The Rest Quality or ivines. Liquors, 

and Cigars on baTid Billiards. nolo 




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Real Estate Agents and House 
Brokers, 

339 KEARNY STREET, 
Will take full cbaree of propertr for 

parties wishing to leave the State, and will gi»e 
lx)nd8 if required. By permission we refer to the 
following named gentlemen : A. J. BK¥A\T, 
Mayor; W. F. Hl'MPHKEl S, Survt-yor; .1. 
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BuUder; FRANK KAUCE, Capitalist myl9-tf. 



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G-ARDE 

OAKLAND. 

The ManaKenirnt oftheabn 

respectfully announce to their fri( 
public generally, that these Garden 
gone extensive and elegant repairs, 
Urge and very fine 

Dancing aud Musical 

which has been thrown open to h 
numerous other attractions, fiuch as 
leries. Bowling Alleys. Swings, etc. 

Orchestra and 

Will be in attendance every 
day and evening. 

All Alameda Tralng stop at 

and Elllg ,Stg., near the «; 

SIMON & BRECK. 

ADmt^SiON, 25 CEN' 

P. S.— Special Terms made with 
for Picnics. 



JUST ISSUED-200th E 



ANHO 



REVISED AND CORRKCTBx* BY TH 

E. DE F. CURTIS. M. D.. 

A Medical Essay on Uie Tans 

A premature declinein man, showin 
is lost and how reKained, It gives a 
of the impediments to marriage, the 
nervous and physical debility, es.ba;: 
and all other ui.ieases appertaining tl 
suit of twenty years successful practit 

CURTIS OiV 'MANHOOD.** Th€ 
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useful, whf ther he be parent, precei 
man. — London Timrs. 

Price — One Dollar, by mail or expr 
the author. DR. CURTIS. 520 Sut 
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ftaprings. DR. ROWE'S PATEN 
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jramento street. 



LOST US, HAVE 

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Between Market and 1 

With a Pine Line of CLOTHS to 1 
the best style, under the regular pric< 
assortment SHIRTS andFURKlSH 

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Formerly at Ho, a Second 

mrl4-tf 



THE PERFORA 
FRICTIOWAL I 

....FOR... 
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Complaint. 

It is All Elastic and Perforated, ha 
qualities of the Porous Plaster, and 
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Is unequalled as an Abdominal and S 
either tor ladies or gentlemen, and is 
mended by all physicians as the best 
presented to the public. 

Orders received for DR. ROW! 
TRUSS, for the radical cure of RUP' 
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and other Baths, for the preservat 
and Cure of Invalids. 

OXYGEN INHALATIONS. - 
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'SOLAR RAY SURGERY."— R< 
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discolorations. 

Dr. BROWNS REMEDY FOR 
Prompt, efficient, and almost painles 
desperate cases are invited. No Pay 
a cure is effected. 

DR. D. C. and MRS. » 

my23-3in 10 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Hairdressing Establi 

636 Waghlneton Rtreel, 

below Kearny. PRICES RE-, 
DUCED: Baths, 26 cents. Shav-' 
ing, 25 cents, Hair cutting, 23 
cents, Shampooing, 25 centa. 
Medicated Baths. ee 3-tf .V 

FLORENCE 8AI 

N. Vr, Corner Ellis and Po' 

BEST BRANDS OF 

Wines, Liquors & < 

W. E. ROGERS, Proprie 

GEORGE MATE 
Dealer In Oysters, Clams, an. 

aU kinds of SHELL FISH. StalU No 
40, 41. 4S. California Haiket, entnuic 
on California street. 

Public Or private partlea and fan 
from 6 A. M. to U P M. Ladies' an< 
Oyster Roocm opep from 6 a. M. to 12 



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IKO K\ £;IC YWHERK. 

AJIO <8 PrOKramnie of tbe 

A.EO 18 distributed rnEK ev- 
sre throughout the bualneaB 
38 t)f Si'n Fiaaciaco. 
Alio U well ciroHlated ererj 

A.RO is i.laced in han'Is of tht 
.^ers hy the Overland Train 

iKO U a 'tributed In Saora- 
th-^« da:' in the wet k. 
ARO )» j.jled every day to 
principal hotels on the Paoific 

^ BOGARDU8. F abliaher. ; 




TAP£ WORM 



Hero, There and Everywhere.' 



Establishea 1865 



FAANCISCO. TOCS'JAY, JUNE 13, l«16 



VOL. XXUI. 



n.iii„,rtl In I,,,, 



■ad S to I r. M. 

V«r roufth Rax rKA>c»(« 



juire's ITew Theatre. 

usb Sircrl, between MonlgomerT and Kearny. 

BERTS Lf»^<kk and Man ». IKK 

id Week and Unequivocal Success 

OF 

AND 

nderful Gombinationi 

EVENING JUMSI3 

JE^-ak-HT I. 

The Wonderful Prodiffics 

>prf and i,ittlo Joe Ca-*vtliorii 

ir Orifr'.nal Act, "THE IRISH AND DUTCH EMIOUANT." 
FIRST GRAND ART PORTRAITURK— 

>patra Before Caesar. 



I.LIC yr. JOIIM IV A BOHailKT <»F Sl>r:< I ll.TIK^ 

rURK 



Th« ^lave market. 



TWO, 



jJer,!,! ORRIN BROTHERS in their Athletic Excrtisj, entitled 

ctur© i\o. 3. New Nlave; 4-, Miower of Gold 

lie <.»iil3' Ijjauclie s^*'l-^;v.vn. 

,FMIt....O.N SO.\«.«. I»AXC:ES Jt KVRhKiUViu VHAXHK^ 

ART PIOTITRE NUMBER FIVE- 

RE OKfll KMK.l 



upj: 

K SIX 



PAUT il. 

, Judgznsnt of Paris. 

^-,^.- ^.-,.,-.-.-.,-,_l5^T_?5-^^>-. _,-_-_- 

D LISTt'N, THE GREA ' XLLUPHONE ARTIST 

ART PICTURE NUMBER 8»;Vi.N -. 

TSMP rATIO^ OF S ''. AJ^THOyii Y 

KLAN and CEOXIN in their original Irish Sketch Entitled 

5 in a Tenement Hou^e. 

30llh5n....WM. SCANLAN 1 Ellen Ollonlihan WM CRONIN 

:lude w.th tha realization of TOBY ROSENTHAL'S Exquisite 



Y » '.d Or.vininj of tl) ;^n sMblimolv ntjautifiil pintnres by MR (JHAS 
- _ Oy\H_AJVl. latg »«3c);iotj-of JrfA 1 T, lylURGAM 

*DAY, Jane 16— First time in thia city of SCANLAN & CRO- 
[ii.al act enriOed"SINCK TERRY JOINED THE GANQ." You 
tlie in)itator8f now see the orig:inal8. 



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California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN McCULLOUGH Propriktor and Manaobr 

MR. HARTON IlIiL Acting Manaow. 

KoBKUT M. Ebkrlk... Stage Manager I Cuas. Scuultz Musical UlrecUir 

John Toruknxe Machinist T. J. French Treasurer 

\y. T. I'oKTKR Sccnio Ajti'tl Martiv .Tovcr Runlneii!i Msnairor 



THIS EVENING JUNE 




As KING HENRY in SlIAKSPEARE'S Histories! Pl:i.v of 




¥¥. 



Presented by contract with Messrs. JARRETT 4 PALMER, as orisinaily 
produced by them at BO0TH3 THEATRE, New York. 

KING HENRY V L.\WRENCE BARRETT 



Riinior .Ts Chorus 

Oiike «f <; luster.. I Brothers to f 

Ituke of ICriUord. i the King \ 

IMike or Kxrier, Uncle to the King 

■take <ir 1 oi'k. Cousin to the Kinj; 

larl uf !>iilKl>ury. 



...nixt F.Iiie Wllloii 

Frniik UIIiIiit 

I. fni'ki'i 

Ueurj' K4l>rai'<lH 

f, .lcill<'> 

...K. Draii 



:iirl of ^>i'.sf!noielnud |{, R. Thaver 

Harl »rMitr>virk W. lili-ko 

.4relil)ls)io|t ol' t'antcrbury S. W. I.cnrli 

Ri.shii|> of |.;ly II. llackltii 

Farl III' t'nnibrliiBc') Conspirators ( Kir. Everrll 

lorii Serotiv {■ against < I(, IlsiiHriinia 

j>ir 'l]ionia» <;rey.. ) the King, (, Ileury t'linil 

.Sir Ikoiiia.ii Ki'itiiiElinni Waltrr l.rinau 



tirators ( 

linst < 

King, I 

tiinver ) Officers oU c'^'////^'.'/.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.... .Mr. Ui'ikIIc: 

1l:iC»EOi'ri» >King Hcnr/B< Finiik Itca 

l'liie:U'.ii.. ) Army, (. Freilerirk Tliiiiiii' 

Jaiiiey , n r. Mii ira \ 

vViiliuniH) Soldiers in f T. W. Keene 

Bales >-K!ng Henry •a-{ T. Frank 

i'ouit J Army. I Sniiiiiel Mlloll 

"1 Formerly Servaiits to i I^liirry ^YfjoiK 

VFal^taff, now Soidiers iu-{ W. A. tirstjnrr 

J King Henrys Army. (. ('. IC. fCt-li<>|i 



B 
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& 

F 
I 

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K 

The BOHit 
Tniloniof 
the City, 

^n. 3 

MAiile'ry 

Street 



-\yui ) Formerly Servajitsto 

Rardullih. VFalitafi, now 

l>l.stol J King Henry , 

Ruy. Servant to the above Frniik Utile 

A lieralrt , .1. .solintoii 

< barlcs Vi., King of Franco .loliii M il.Hoii 

VintiH, the Dauphin ,1. M, l..'»n;: 

liiike or Rni'^uiKly Mr. Steitlieiii 

lliike of Orlvaii.s Kelson l><Tki-r 

lliikc of liciiirbon F. ('IhmIiv 

A Fr'S-.iicIi .'^oUIIrr Mons. VIrtnr 

The t'oii'ilnbte of FrHnre Sir. Ileniy 

Kauiliiires. 1 Frencli ( A I her) Went 

4ir:iiij:i>r<-, f Lf.rds, ( Artliiii- W-U.^e 

«.oveinorof llarfleur Wr. Kcllv 

ICoiXioi, a French H. ra!d W. Fosl.:r 

Tlie leiNhoit or iioni'»;es llr. J;-iii('i 

S'llnee'^s Kallierinc. Mile. I.«iiiNe Itore.l 

Hniiiu 4luictkly. (I'i.stol's Wife), an Hostess !»rs. €. R. .>>auiiiIeiM 

Isabel, C'ueen of France Jilan .tiacsic (liaiiiberK 

Alice, a I.ady attendent upon Princess Katherlue 

Mile. «;«J>iiell« l»n Sniild 

Civic and EcctcBiastio Dignitar'cs. Nobles. P»Ke3, Ladies of the Court, Hol- 

diers. Citizens. Etc.. hy over TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARTKS 

9?>>'>iopsi!!S of ?'oexi<.'iy. 

ACT 1-Tie English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2-Ths Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 3-Eattlc of Aglncourt. 

ACT 4-Kistorical Kpisode. Hoc«ption of King Henry V. 

on Entering London after the Battlo. 
ACT u Espousal of Henry V. and Princess Katherine. 



OPEHA HOUSE. 
Calif ornica Miusirelsl 



HIUT \M.IK UK 



HENRY THE F FTH in BLACK 



Programme for this Evening. 

PART FIRST GRAND VoTAL AND IN>Tlll Mfvi U IKNCKRT 

InlroilurlnrT ntrrlnre HOKRloe ,p. nttt im>.tii« 

Knilail The 1,111 le »nr< at HoBM w. i|. mi 4 

(omIeSnnB Blllt imirm>% 

llalla<l The LItllr One 1I1.11 niril K. T. Tllllllll 

f onile Haim Toninn ^nkr Romii for laar l>rlr ■>> ioil«> 
Italluil l(rlclil<->t Ri»r% Indr nml Itle 4 . •>. I HI III till h» 

I)K-' KIl'TIN I UN \I t 

Mr«sni. K>ll:B>tOK, lOTTON, kl.nBI.I'. tM>tONr(\t. 

PART SECOND Crnnd ElMopInn Carnival 

ALABAMA. HOM£S ! 

>lty rnrllrulnr Rrf|iirsl,i 

Sij/anno.. H'KK MII<Ki|/nAFT 

''■'"'ixy UK<' H i-»<»W 

Somebody's Coat Tails ! 



S,\n;RDAY AFrP.llNOON, JUNE 17th. 



S^CO!\iS .ViWe!N!S?Y 



1^^ 



An An 
cleutGiin! 

which 
w.TsaetU' 
ally nnetl 

at the 
Battle of 
AEliiro rt 

for Hale 
nt 

UMLF. 
nAllRIS' 

708 
Kearny 

Street, 
eorner of 
Merdtapt 



R'Mihen Grten (irum .Sv>notaa>. 

Mr. Dustubefg , 

\na«ta4i% 

Charles 



I At the clo^p of the run of this .splendid SliaVsperian p^o:luctlon ,TUf. lU.S 
jCmAR will be t'raiidly I'leseritcd with MR. LAWRENOK BARRETT as 
ICASSIUS and an unt 4uaU.^d cast 



3 X li T^ IT K TVl B B. 'ij; O IV 

In nu I'nrlrallrd tifwrlnlUrt and Imllallna^ 

Ballad "Noopoittalre" fAin. Ltc" W B. TILLA 

The whole to conclude »lih 'he l.aujtehic, <" \l and Cotri « 

Unrlccquo vritlen bj J. R Kl* 1 

HFNHY THE FIFTH in BLACK! 

with Snpcrb Seenrr*, t.rand TnMenn>i, IkillU ^ee«e« 
and ttilglnnl Mu<lr. 

King Henry tbe Fiflh ' 1' K'Vmil 

Runjor, m (.'honls 

Duke ol Olo3ter 

Duke of Bedfard 

O'lwer ' 

M tcmorrtfl .^•.•. ■•••.. 

F.cwi'Uen '' 

liardolpb • 

Pistol 

Ny^ 

Willlamf 

n^.y ... 
Civi. 

W , 

The au-Li. 



The Scenery painttd lu 



DLLATERAL LOAIM AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is l>^<:>y7\r Oi>eia. foir Stxn3sori:K>tioii. to stools., 

THE CORNER OF POST AND KEAINY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Incorparated XJnaei- tl»o X.i'.>vs oJ llif tAtato oT Cnlilo- iiia. 

tO,000 SJH^ros, I>^r ■\Zci,±x:LG> $50 :ES^ol3."S3.0 I=«»eir Slxa,r© l^«.ici ^^-^^ 

;C'TOU.-l-ROBKRT STEVENSON, of Stcvensons Block, San Francisco: FREDERK K TUKRILL, Cai.italUt ; J, S. SIEAR, .T:;.. of E.l. R. Sp»»f * <> ■ Auotloo.ers; fi'' ).'!■!■. X^'^V' »' r I li??? ■•*''' ' "" '^*"*'^' "*•*** '*""•'■> 
iaoo; LEANDEK SAWYKK. San Matto. Capi'alist; M'ALTER G. UOLMKS. Att^ney at Law. l're,.-iiilenl,3.'>OL»».'<l I'AT !»■*■• nut.n i.ir.i. ». n. . >■••..•. 

nB.IECTOP THIS BAXK IS TO LOAN SIO.\E¥ ©X tOMATKBAl. (*E< I BITIK^. SUCH AS »iAM«HM»S, WAT< IIF.S. f "'«>"TIKK, WAR^-";'";''^ "»\iu^VhU '^^^^ 

percent, a mon^h a i^^ »^ *..„„i».. t...™ tw....^]*.. r,„.i Ti.n..y^Bt»a c,.l,:../.^ f,. r-.^ll ^..- #'.l.i./.b Tl.io It.i.L- win tor tl.., nn-M^nt allow tha followioif Rates of luterest. -K'llll wt-pi»»iM ui r-i* !■• .•••■ • ■ ^ 



Also to receive Term Utposits and DcjkmUs Ruh.ittt to Call or Check. Thia Bank will for the present allow the following Rates of luterest T< nil 

. .•> per c«n(. IH-i- nionth. No Jnterent allowed on IJaily Dciiosit.i subject to call or check. , ,1, 1 1 r 

rectors oi this Bank are all will known bbsiness rcen of this city, and as such give to oil customers or depositors a gtiMantcu or fair and lUK-ral dealing .i,..i, 

iptiou Book.^ for a li nited number of shares at 810 ptr share, arc now open at the COLLATERAL LOAN AND S.WINGS BANK, Northeast Uornor Post and Kearny sirocis. 
OR SEND FOE CIROULAIW. iny24-lm 



O n. T? "S" ! 

Choice. Well-Furnished 

bside Rooms 

....TO LET. AT.... 
r».toO.XK DOLI.au PERNIfiHT. 

....AT TEE.... 

SO HOUSE, 

CED RATE.S BY THE WEEK 

Setaamoxxxe JBtr-oot- 
. J. EWKLL, I'ropilelor. lalS 



YOUR PICTURES! 

ANY KIND, TAKEN AT TH 



N YORK 



allery^ 




es <i7^x£«X3 mrc. 

net PlctnrCB, 94 per dozen. 

J. H. PETERS. Pr oprietor 

lanza House 

BO7 Axid. 880 

Street, between Foarth A Filth. 

LE FURNISHED KOOMS I 

i, W>M)k Month. Twenty five and Sfty 
light; 96 to $13 per month. mylJ-lm 

CANDIES, 

BdH of the Fluent Candy Hade 

m Candy Factory daily. All ordeni cs- 
thn counts .,. .^iMt^ >n.i -/iih 




THE LAEOF.8T ASSORTMENT IN THE OITY I Nothinf Ever Sewi Equal to III 
ICARClAINKat 700 to 716 Kearny »«treel, (opponlte tlM- I'la/n), next 10 flty Hall 




WELLINGTON COAL. 

The Best Steam Coal iii the World. 

IJ«ed Exclniiively by tbeBrllKh Xavy on this toaal, and liy the Principal I««al 
8teaoiHlilp I'onipuulcii. 

FOR DOMESTIC USB IT IS 8UPEEI0E TO TH£ BKaT QUALITY OP WE8T HABTLEY 
and Scotch Splint Coals. _ „ , , 

Bo sure you get the GENUINE WELLINGTON Once used it cannot be mbUkeD. Tho Ooal U 
bard, aplint«ry, dull in luster, and does not soil th« floger. 
For sale wholesale and retail by the Agents. 




For Hale by ull UrunUI*. nrtim 

Boca Bcor ! Borrt Beer 1 
Ar.lONHUL 

The relebratrd Boer »ow on nr.Aaikl 

fr.iiu the only Lai«r ll.-ar llfowM/ on tlia K/oa0t- 
Now ou sain at 

HENRY GRIMM'S, 

ARION HALL, 

K. K. toraer of Kullrr and Kraray Ma, 

n,al» 

THE CUFF HOUSE! 

R0IRIH6 OCEI«|'mJ«G'«G IREMEW 
F0AIIN6 SUflF. iOSSTER SE« LlO«- 

Appetizing Breakfaata, LBUohw 

Dinners »ri(l Suppers. 
Bsnt; VOIR wiFi, : 

BRI.MC l«l ■ » ««IIIT t ^„,____ 

And «.lo» a vi- Vtf'** 

RAMA IN Tllr l^m 

ths worJ'J r«ijown»'j 

Ooltlon Gate. 

with a 8«t of whlt»-whi«*l 
froia evi 



F • r-AHTini 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 

The Bfit Pprinj ll»dicip« in D»' 



:OwA.13 O O O I^ 

PORTABLE 

Exiinguisliers i 

FIRE ENGINES 

r 

Better than Insuranrc. 
l'AUK» \ I,\i V. Agrnt; 

417 Maricct Atrect, 



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HOOMi 



r«K ORGAN OF AMUSKMENTS. 

♦ — ^ 

PnbUJiwl E»«*T I>»r In the Ye»r. b» 
J-. X=». 3f30C3-.^I».X3XT«. 

yr.' Mi;Btu.t\T stkeet, 

Belo- MooUom.*! 8" FrMctaco 



TUESDAY JUNE 13 

AIMEf-TTABtEB ISf AMEBIC*. 

The fuUowing is taken fiom the Remin- 
iBceDL-e* of an OIJ Stager in the N. Y. 
Dramtlic Xttrs : 

When t"oL .Tamea Fi»k enga;,'ed MUo. 
Marie Aiinee, he did no at the ta;,' end of a 
8ca<ion which had barely paid cxpeoBes, 
and in sheer deiii)cration. Slie was recom- 
mended to him a* a woman of extraordin- 
arj- ability, and he needed gometbinj; of 
this kind in a company which comprieed 
two prima donnas, both bad. 

So Mile. Aimee came, saw, and con- 
quered. It wan immediately recognized 
that iu general ntlca she was the best of all 
who ha<l com? here. Not so good a Grand 
Duchess as Tostce, not no taking a Boulette 
as Irma, she knocked them both hollow in 
half a dozen other parts. When the season 
came to an end she euly sailed away with 
the intention to return with a company of 
her own. Mile. Aimee, thouxh not a Par- 
isian favorite, had succeeded in accum 
ulaling a very strong foitane. This h.\d 
been done msinly among the fiery and sus- 
ccplide hearts in Sonth America, and her 
diamonds alone were estimated at •?100,000. 
In the fall of 1S71, she came back to N.Y, not 
only as prima donna but as manageress, and 
traveled about the country with varying 
success, and probably making a little money. 
But after some time sha found that to be 
pimcipal in a company and manager, too 
was rather too difficult business; one, at all 
events, for which she was not calculated, 
andshe returned to New York with the con- 
viction that while the United States might 
be her oyster, she was not fitted ts open it 
all alone. 

About this time, Mr. Manrice (irau was 
waodcring around with plenty of latent 
energy and a very little money. When be 
found Aimee was in the market, he made 
up his mind this was his chance, and that 
the tide bad come which should be taken 
at the flood. He made propositions, but 
found that Mile Aimeo had very positive 
opinions on the question of salary, and 
was quite indi.spMsefl to take ritdvs on her- 
self. Maurice had ^i.OOO but it wanted 
three times this sum to do any business. 
He went here and he went there, and one 
day he fell across Albites who aUo had 
only ?;< 000 he could risk in the affair, and 
the two went in search of another partner. 
The two at length came across the very 
last man in the world you would have 
thought had a desire for the management - 
a person by the mime of Chizzola, who 
hapened to have ■i'.^.OOO at the time, (,'hiz 
tola came from the Lord knows where. 
He had been a waiter in Havana, but he 
bad $.3,000,and Maurice Grau did notthere- 
fore inquire too closely into his antace- 
dents. 

The §9,000 being made up, the partners 
went to Mile. Aimee, and they fonnd her 
disposed to talk business. The engage- 
ment was signed, Mile. Aimee, was to 
furnish the company, receive a certainty, 
and beyond an amount specified, a cer- 
tain share of the receipts. Maurice paid 
strict attentiiin to business, and came out 
at the end of the season with a great deal 
of money to the good, and some experience 
as to the nuisance of having two p.'irtners 
in his opera bouffe affair. After he and 
Chizzola had bought Albites out of the 
Aimee business, Maurice went to Europe 
and made a series of stupid engagements 
for that ill-fated theatre he had taken. 
Still having a hankering for opera boufle, 
ho engaged a second-hand French company 
under Geoffroy to produce "Girofle Giro- 
fla," and an English one under Soldene for 
anglicized oj.era bouffe. On top of all this 
was Kousl.y and some minor engagements. 
By this time Aimee was getting a regul.-ir 
•alary of ?(i00 a week, and she did well. 
Her Havana season had been an immense 
success, an<l when she began here, Maurice, 
what with one thing and another, was 
worth not much less than $100,000. Then 
began iU less. One thing after another 
was a failure; the Aimee company among 
ether things only doing a p.-iTing business, 
and m New York a losing one. She w.is sent 
agam to Havana, but the prestige was 
partly gone, and there was ud money made. 
Soldene and her company were a failure; 
Mrs. K.ushy was a failure, and Maurice's 
1 1. ii-v « ent so rapidly that he hardly knew 
wLaher he stood on bis head or hi^hee " 
A"Mee came back once more, and in ashort 

Tt„. 1 ?, • f*'""'?, V""*'' '''«' "P a little. 
But l>y this tmie Ml5e. Aimee w.as engased 
by .Messr.. Fryer (formerly Max ^S^ra 
koschs busme-js a„nt) and Colville, for 
the season of 18.0-7, at a salary of $1,000 
a V -k. I bis engagement, I believe, has 
sii ompletely fallen through. I have 

TVJV "Vr^n"^ ^1'" "'""he made 
It, .■ind Mr. Colville's misfortunes since are 



CrllerloB Oj-ler saloon. ilO Kearny St. 

The handsomest Oystir Palace,— 

R. am alJ Fri-co where vou will, 
Is the rinowii'il C'lUTriilox, 

Kept liy EuRBSiix CoKVlLLR ! 
He'hihe OvsUT KInt; ol Fris.-o, 

Birnlit-Cr.iu-ul from the East, 
SIO "ii Kciiniy Street, 

Wi ere ».l can obtiiin a feast 
Of ililii-a'e h:a8tem Oysters, 

Or <f Callffmias best, 
Dress'd in «ny anil e»'ry sty'e. 

That's in \ o^e from East to West, 
All the Oyster-eating public 

rrotest. without a quarrel, 
Thni fi.r Kr.sh. bt, Ch icest 0y»t«r8, 

Corville c«n claim the Laurel ! 
Then, (.r Piivicy and Comfort 

All his Laut rATROXs tcl! 
Thire'a not another house in town 

They fancy I'nc-half as well ! 
So cosy, cheertul, eleu'anl! 

You're enchanted at a ylincs 
With CoRVii.LS's OREAT CarrsFiON 

It is \h'- UoUSC I'AR EXCELLKNCE ! ! ! 

Clams, Lob^U.•r8 and Crabs the Ireshest 

In the Ciiy jou gel there ; 
With Guinness' Stout and Enitlish Ale, 

Or (amed "liuss's Bitter Beer !" 
Sparklinx Champagne and finest Wines, 

imptirtcd by him express. 
Excel all other lirands known here, 

Connoiseurs all cnl^ss '. 
If, Reader, you like sweet Oysters,— 

Your plcasiu-c to make complete. 
Go to 
EJIERSOV CORVILi.E'S CRITERION, 

The Fashion ol Frisco's Retnal ! bg 

Don't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But go to the f'urnituro and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shaber d Co., 707 Market street, near Third, 
and save fully K per cent, by buying of them. Their 
motto is : "Buy lor cash, and sell for cash," tbere- 
fi)re thcv liaie nu bad debts to make up out c4 ex- 
tra nrnfl*s. 

The Antelope Oyster Uou<te. 

Our specialty, alu-aye the best oysters in market 
jcrvi'4 up in the best style of cooking. Our 
Kastem transplanted oysters excel any other iu 
market Estobltshed in 1864. No. B12 Market 
near Montgomen'. * 

Free Exhibition. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townsend's Candy 
Fatiory, No. «27 Market street, where yon can 
earn how candies are made. 4 

• 

Do Not Antler from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
nub and Incrowing Nails, tan Dnd instant relief 
by applying ai Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
iiioTtdto207 Kcimy street, between Sutter and 
Bosh, from 1 ta 6 P. M. We speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctors capability. Ref- 
erence gKen il reqjiied^ B 

Ilarry ap Those Butter Cakes. 

Who has not tried them ! New 'York Butter 
Cakes and Colfe tor 10 cents, at Bums Coffee and 
OyBter Kaloon, 617 California htreet. imder Califor- 
nia Market Opes all hours ol the night and day. 
J. H. Bums, Prop rietor. * 

Castor Oil. 

Most s»fe, useful «nd beet known Purgilive, 
can be tnken agreeably and easily in Dundas 
Dick & Co.'s Soft Capsules. No taste; no sn ell; 
so pi asant that childrca ask for more. No i-m- 
ily without them. SolJ by yonr orupitiet. Ask 
for our book; or send for it, to 36 Wooster street, 
New Yorl*. 

f^plrltnallzlnn Seaners. 

Mrs. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday aad 
Thureday at 7J o'clo ck. * 

Pine Watches. 

The beet goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Callcnder's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
one assortmec*. of chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 
examine. , 6-y 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove tor fl 25 
% pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 

Palmer Bros. 

Have the best assortment of Linen Suits in 
he city from 93. .50 upwards, 

» 

Why Do Sherwood Bros. 

Grocers, 508 Market Btreet. near Hansome, lell more 
bnttcr than any other house in the city? Because 
1 500 persons purchase meat in the same store daily, 
t ti >i about and buy butter at 10 to 20 cents per roll 
cheaper tbau elsewhere. No wonder. D 

The original "Swain's Bakery" Is now established 
a their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
ear Centre-Market, and has added a limch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
bnsinea o 

Tyrolean Concert. 

A ho other performnnces, every night at the 
TiToli GardeoB. northwest comer Sutter and Stock- 
ton streets. AdmfssioD free. * 

Dr. Cnis. C. O'Dokhku. (late U. S. A.), ofBce 
and residence ii26 Kearny street. The trnttment 
of women and children a special 'v. z 

HlUlnery tiwoOa, 

Wholesale and ret* at Pa aser'e, 726 to 734 
Market street. 

The oext time you require Shirts, ask for the 
'S andara" Brand. 

Cloaks, Sacques, Lace Caps and Bonnets, etc.. 
Just received at Palmer's, lUi to 734 Market St. 

Kew Htore ! New Goods ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
Meusfd .rffer » Bro, hasopt nid ai No, 4i 2 Kearny 
81re<t, mar Pine, with a splendid stiKk uf Hats 
and Caps "Th.- ftnetl goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. » 

Wade's Opem Iloase. 

The best of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at '.he foot of the stairs, in the vestibule. * 

Every first class dealer keeps the "Standard' 
Shirts. I 

Talmer's have received a new supply of adies 
»nd ohitdren's underweai — very cheap — ''26 to 734 
Market street, 

N EW AD VERTIS EMENTS. 

Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN STREET. 

L06 AKVELES, CALA. 

A. O. RYAN t OO Proprietors 

COL J H WOOD Basinets Managei 

GEO. F. MOORE Stage Manager 

WANTED inWEDIATELV, Lady Artl<.ts 

in all Brarehes of the ProlfBMnn. also an A No. 1 
Projwrtj Man. one that can Paint Scenery. Variety 
Talent wsntril at all timet. Write and get a date. 

Aifeuts for TraTelbug Companies will rto well to 
adrtr.ss COL. J. H WOOD. 

mjn Opera HouEe, Los Angeles, Cal. 

OPEKa HOUSE, 

■AN JOSE, CA.UL. 

This Beantimi and Xewly Renovate 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Moctli 
At reasonable terms. 
jaH-tf n. BROHASKA. Proprietor 



DON A I«D U. 

P 
E 
PERCY 
C 
Y 

Tb« EniiDont London C'lalrvoyaut anil 

Healer, now stopping in this city, at 2CG Kearny 
street, entrance, room II. who makes the foUowiug 
propOBittons : 

Firdt- No charge unless ENTIR£ SatUfaction be 
given. 

Second -He will read your PAST, PRESENT 
and FUTCTRE, guaranteeing the Fast to be correct 
or NO FtE. 

Th:rd— Advice given in reference to lost friends, 
prop rty. love or business; sitiafactioa or no fee. 

Fourtb—If in poor health he will locate your 
disease, describe Ma symptoms and its peculiar 
effects upon your individual system wituoct ahk- 
I NO A (iUEKTiON. This health examination is 
made by the wonderful art of Mae^oolo^y, withont 
any visible examination of diseased or^jaiis, and is 
given, as a test of power, FREE TO ALL. 

Fifth -And lastly. If your disease U curable he 
wi^ll guarantee to restore the health without using 
a dnp of any drug, by a method of treatinerit es- 
sentially his own. Particular attention given to 
Nervous Diseases, Ooosumption, Female Diseases, 
Bore Eyes, Deafness, Rheumatinui, Neuralgia, 
Mental Weakness, Loss of Memory, and ail <lisca£C& 
having their origiu iu the Bauk. Kidneys and 
Htomacb. Fees ma<lerate, averaging from $i 50 to 
S3 50. Strictly private and oonfideutiol. Call for a 
Health Examination or a Reading of Character, 
both being given FREK to all as a test of power. 
Hours from 10 a. m. until 10 P. K. jeS-tf 



J. K. EMMET, 

\ew playlntiC llie most siiccessfnt en- 
gagement "ever played in Melbourne," as "Fritz. 
Our Ooxisin GerniAi:" which haa reached its 41kl 
repetition, and still ruiiuin;^ to overflowing houses. 
Can be adlre&sed, care Royal O^ra Huuso, Mel- 
bourne, Victoria. Australia. 

i*. S.- Sydney, Adelaide and New Zealand to 
follow. je-8tf 



A P ARTl^BB^ 

With ^ome capital to take a half interest ii: the 

Palace Opera House, 

rornsr Vew llonti2«nier:r and 
MisNion !^tre«l». 

The largest and most taleoled company, fully 
organized on the cdkut. Ap^ly at Box Office. 

je7.3t 



PROF. D Mccarty, 

Tenches Riill Kooin, Bullet, llorn< 

pipe. Flings, Irish and Straight Jig, Song 
Dance, Clo^ and Cachucha, Irish Washer- 
womao. Sword Dances, etc., at 

44a Sixth Street near Market, 

:e7-tf 



Wade's Opero House. 

CIl'I'.ICOS I-AREWELL KNCAGEMENT. 

4ati;AT rAitiisiAM Ki'ccK^ii: 

Fates «£ Fupiesi 

ThrilliuE Seoanlionnl Drama. 

je3-lw 




IF YOU 

sters and Fish 

Cooked in gootl stvle, try tbe Oyster 

and Chop iloiifie 

S, E. Corner LcidC'dnilT and riaY SiH., 

formerly known as TO\M{ JDHN.SON'S, Idk 

Private Rooms have been elegantly tttted up and 

thoroughly renovatec'.. Op«n froin6 A. M to 2 A. M. 

Ll'M>liEK« Jk LAK^K.^, Proprleloi tt. 

J63-2w* 



NOTICE 

TO PHYSICIANS & OTHERS 

At a Meeting of the Board of Health, 

held on the 26th of May, A. D 1876. it was ordered 
that the tollowing sections of chapter 11 of the 
General Orders of the Board of Bupervisore be piib- 
litihed in the dally uew^pap&r? : 

(Keporlt or Phj-ftlclanK.I 

Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of each physician in 
this city and county to report to the Heillh 
OiBcer in writing, every patient he shall have labor- 
ing unritrr Asiatic cholera <n Bmall[>ox ioiraediately 
after he shall bi satisfied of the nature of 'be tlis- 
ease imnedfately after it shall have occurred. 
[Keports ot HonKehoIders] 

Fe<i. 6. It shall be the duty of every house- 
holder in this city and county to report, in writing 
to the Health Officer, immediaU'ly, the name of 
every pe son boarding at hu of her bouse, whom he 
or sue shall have reason to believe to b» lick of 
cholcrxl }r sroallpi, and any defttbs o( ^ iimng at 
tis or.h-r house from such disease. 

IPcrsonn Infi ctcil wllh Smallpox.] 

Sec 9. No person attending upon or otherwis 
coming in cuntaL-t witlj any i>er8un afTected with 
smallpox in such a man-ier or t^j sueli an extent as 
to render him liable to oommn icate the disease. 
shall go upon any public street or in any way mingle 
with people not affected with the disease- 
(ProhlbltlnK the Removnl of aaaran- 
line FlagK.i 

Seo. 23. No person shall remove a yellow rr 
ciuarantini? flag or puc^rd fr »m any building where 
the Kai'l fl»i or placiird shall have been placed by 
tbe Health Otticer or his deoutiee, without the per- 
mibsiou of said Health Oaic"r or his deputies. 
my'iS 



Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To lM> li.id In all StorrK and ^Ioohk. 

Mmmfictnr.-.l by DKNICKK BR THER8 at the 
WHITB VaN-K 0H:AR rACTURY, 310 and 312 
WathiDKton Street. roy23-tf 

I'r. pare for your Centennial trip by laying iu 
aiupplyof "Standard" Shirte. i 



CHEMKTS AND APOTHECARIES 

Hare removed from ihrlr Old Inland to 

their new »tore, 316 Kearuy KirevI, 

BETV/UEN PINE AND BUSH, 

Their attention will be devoted to keeping at all 
times, the varietv necessary to a First-Ulass Drug 
Store. JAS. G STEELE t (JO , 

fell-tf Chemists and Apotheoariee. 316 Kearny St. 

WHITE & KEARNS 

» ^''?i r""""*"'*" •••eir KlxUi S4>ai>»n on 

June 19 h, at Autir.ch, and will visit the priucipal 
towns throu.h'>ut California, Nevada and Oret'on 
WANTEI -Twofi d luen, also a first, andsicond 
ViokDist that en play E Flat and B Klat Cornet* 
Apply at Bloiidell H.m^e. N W corner .^tookton 
and Broadway, ttmday, June Itb. from 12 Jl to a 
»- "■ jel-3t 



YOUNG MEN 

^Vho may be suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves 01 this, the greatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suffering humauity. 

Dr. Spinney will Guarantee to 
Jcorfoit$500 

For every ca^e of sorainal weakness, or private diB- 
eaee ot" any kind or character, which he undertakes 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, say to the 
uofortunate sutferer who uiay read this notice, that 
you are treading upon dangerous ground when yt)a 
longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
complaint. You may be in the first stAi^e, remem- 
ber you are approaching the lafit. If v o^ are bor- 
dering upon the last, and are Bufferi) z some or all 
of its ill effects, remember that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come whoa 
the m»/st skillful phymciau can render you no as- 
sistance; when the door of hope will be closed 
aeainst you; when no angel of mercy cat, bring you 
relief. In no case has tbe doctor failod of auccess. 
Then let not despair work itself upon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your case ie beyond 
the reaoh of medical skill or before grim death 
hurriee you to a premature grave 

MiDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation and weakening the system in a 
manner tbe patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this dithculty, iguorantof the 
cause, wtaich is the second sta^e of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a healthy restoration of the gooito- 
urinary organs. 

All Letters and ConuunnlcatlonsStrlct- 
Ij ConOdcnllal. 

Congaltalion.s Frce-rharges Moderate. 
Office Hours from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CALL OK ADDRESS, 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Francisco. 



FREE AND EASY. 




& jSL IL^ <^ O i:^ n 

«0« MIBSIOM BTKKET, 

Near Suvooct. 

Kirerv Saturday Niarht. 

THUS. 'WII4U, OhalrBiiia, 

Ootll Ftirttier Itotio*. 

A the teet Songs next Saturday Nlghl. 
EAULI^S •! WILD. 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open Sfovember 1st. Tarlely TaN 

ent gofng East or West, wishing engagements, wil^ 
find it to their advam age to address, stating teno ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIBL, 

Look Box No. 1, 
oeJSt CHEYENNE. W 



The Man»y Art 



8X3r.(X'-X>SX*£:i«3 C7X3. 



Private Lessons Given in Boxing! 



PROF. TOM McALPINE, 

Ex-Chamitlon oT the Middle-Welsltts. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen ran receive instruction at their 
rooiDS or residences, if desirable. apl8-tf 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 
r^ox" 1=1 ©xxt, 

Bt the NIeht or Week, or will make 

satisfactory arrangeuieutfi with Theatrical Compa- 
nies on sharing terms. For particulars, addreea 
J. McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I. 
CHEYENNE. W. T 

SEA. JBA-XHINO. 

Long Bridge Swimming Baths 

Persons can here enjoy th^ benefits of SKA 
BATHING without being exposed to obilling winds 
and doDgfious currents. 

my37-t} A. TRUWORTHY. Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs lees than haK as 
much as ordinary Soap. 

For Sale br all nrnggists and Croeerg. 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY, 

xa4 :F'iftix stx-oott 

rarlMm CHA9. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Riding icademy, 




A PARTIffE 

With some oipital, to take a halfiuteres 

IS ATz um: A 

ROYAL JAPANESE TR 01 

To TraTCI TIiroiiiEh Kiiropot ; 

chauce ft>r a person whe iikfs traveiini 
make money sure and qaick. Apply in pe 

Proprietor and Manazer, 

At the Humboldt Hoto' Pif teeotli street, 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'cloo 
afternoon. PriucipaU only neetl apply. 



YOUR SPIRI 



Friends Can be .<>een by Attend 

Seances of the GREATFST MATERIA 
MEDIUM in the world, 

JVIRS. C. M. SAW) 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW HA 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO BE 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEI 



Honest investigators call and see for th 
every evening except Monday and Thutiwl! 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWYER, 
street near Market. Seancee begin at 7^ 

FOR A GOOD 5 CBNT GltM 

BEER, ALE OR PORTER, 




sw 

MARKET at3"°S-^ 

wines, LitinorH and Cigars of t 
Uaallty. 

ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTI 

...DIRECTED BY.... 

Prof. D.^perai 

Lessons on the Piano and in S 
ISOO STOCKTON 8TKEET, S. 

OYSTER HOUSE \ 

1004 

MARKET STREET ABOVE P 

The best Oysters, Chops, Roasts and 

the market. Private appartments for Far 

Ladles. Family orders delivered to resid 

of extra charj;e. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. a. aMJTH, Pro 

CLAY-STREET 

RIDING ACADEMT, 

839 Clay Street, eor. 
Stockton. 

This is th" most elegant 
and commodious Riding 
Acadenry in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particu- 
lar attention paid to t'jaching beginners* 

Be24 A MARSHALL, 




SILVER & FABEN! 

Designers and Engravers on 

532 Clay St., (Stcrett's Printing 

BUILDINGS, LETTER-HEADS. MONi 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, 3 

Plain, or in a Variety of C 

fell Im 




Flrst-riass DENTI.STRV for les 

at the NEW OENTAL ROf>M.S, at eom 
ket and Stockton than an firgt-clase De; 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain 
of Gas. Office open Snndnys. 
fc8-3m COCHRANE 4 RICF 



ONE MILLIOil 
Turado X^oll 

WANTED AT PAH, FOR GOODI 

■S'jA.J-tV^lBSJEm. Em 

:36, 728, 730 and 73] 



Advetisers. Take N< 

I am dlHtrlbnliaK Cards. 

Handbills, etc.. on the route l>etwe*.n ne; 
rameuto — both by the Valleio and htoek 
including all way towns, and am prepa 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matte 
routes. Orders soliciteii. Terms mode 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, Americal 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.— I can re 
mission to the ijro}»rietorB of the Am 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fiojl 
manner in which T ib thpir work. 



Paiace Op^ra H( 

Corner Mission and New Montgomi 
^%>&XL fox- Tla.o Gt&* 



LadleH and ncntieinrB of 

edyed abiliTy desiring permanent C- 
Spociulty Artists ard PfrjK. Class Vari 
will plea e addr«.8 or app'y, from 11 to 
above, to MAIT KB LY, Stage 



jove, to 1*1 All r- L. i^r, omg' 

N. B. Want<d Imiediatey a Kl 

STAGI.: MAOHlNIsr and a GOOD 1 

MASTER. 



R 

p: 



DRVtit.I'^T AND CHEni 

80LB AGENT OF 



lA S&NTA 

OCHES 

tien the Voice and 
Lleve Cough. 

!ARBY. DKUGGIST, 

Market St. 

alAwiu's Th autre; aleo, 
olsom »nd Fifth Sta 




"Here, Ther« and KTerywhertt." 



EatabUahed 1865 



SAK FRAHCISCO, TUESDAT, JUNE 13. 1816. 



VoJ- xxm. 



A 
T 



S 



W' 



... roR A. . 

STYLISH II 

l'K>t up of 111* BmI Mm. 

UkUa 

■rCAX'^'A. riani<«l lit 
t^ Ihlnl RlrrrC. 



; 



DE'SOPEHAHOUSE 

sion Street, between Third and Fourth. 

,,, r>,.CT LESSKK AND MASAOSR 

W. BbRT Stage Ma-a.-tr 

N&eW and Unabated Success 

OF THE YOUNG ENGLISUTKAGEDIAJ*^ 

^^, 

IN UIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATON .^ 

; Th^ Battle of *8i^=S,";J^^^^^ 

>fKY V ::^ll' ...Mr. Frinwr 

osier I brothers to tne „ lorcton 

ilt'ord KlUS ! 

, I "r . . . .i ncle lo ihc King 

rk ...Cou.'.lntottacKliiB 

shiiry • 

I iui> rolauu 

:wicfe ; 

I «f fantei bury 

inbrldjie I Oonspirators against 

l> the King. 

iirar 



.A- 

%c 

X 

XJ 
eft) 

Mannfftct'rs 
of Jewclrj 
and Dealers 
iuDiamonds 



Krplngtaam. 



I Officers in King 
Henry e Army | ; 



.J. II. Vitisoii 
..Sir. II«Tl»erl 
....Mr. KeiKly 

J. Wilkes 

...Mr. Slorlty 
sir. McoiloMs 

Mr. *eTl<>ii 

F. Norlon 

..,,«. »'. Bird 

Mr. Ualloit 

P. Cleaves 



.. 11. LoiiKdHle 
...I, M. Ward 
.Wm. Scalloir 

. .r. Lertoii 

i V.V.V.V.'.V.V F. »*a"l 

ilsoldiersin Bang Henry's Army j *^^"*MorelU 

.1 ' Mrl OoldtliwalU- 

V;.V.-iFor«eriy-8^™Bt;WF*UUfl."i" ^'^^Y, *'i\';^i^s 

,-.... Now Soldjersin Kmg 1 j" hn .lack 

I . Henry" Army. b|Im ««rile «irnii>ille 

rrant tolUe above Mies *i«"^j^ Merton 



E8 A.TjIDX'^IlSr'S 

ACADEMY OP MTJSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and PowoH. 

THOS. MAGUIRE VnorajgroR 




California Theatre. 



No. 904 
Market 



Street, 



near 



Watches k 
Jewelry 
Repaired. 



Introducing tlio CiluVratcd rrinift Donna from Her MnJ. i<t.v> Or<ra, 'I,Mn 

don), the Italian Oiwra Hdusc (P.iriO, and the Academy 

ol Music (New York), 

Mile. ANN^a. DE BFLOCCA 

As-iattd by Uic Eminent Yonni T. nor, 

Si/LFL. 'JO IMC I5L-A.rLIj, 

And the Kanioue Yvun^' lariion.^, 
The whole uiuler the Uireclioii of 

MR. WJAU^BCE 8TRAK08CH, 

Who will preside at the PianoForIc 
, Tlie Fourth and LAST CONCERT BUT ONE will lake j>lace 

Tuesday Evening, June 13, 



MH .KIIIN M'^IM.I.dl'GIl 
Mil UAHTdN llll.l. 



Ai^l»o VAa^ni 



Sunday Evening, June 18th 



JQESHNTESIT'IT 



.or. 



Mr. Senirs 

"".i'.'.'.tlias. Allenl 

...E. J. Bnrhley 

. ..Mr. Ka»ii»r 

...W. W. Shaw 

.Mr. Kalleston 

sions. A. Maynai-d 

H. .M. Brow» 

Mr. Blackburn 

.Mr. Mowbray 

....«;. fialloway 

Cha* Edmonds 

Mr. Bertram 

p of Bourses ".Miss Mary lonng 

ckf '.".°.*(i^i«»-* -i^ifel » ■'»«*Xs Chas. Ed to onds 

■„ SiA. Xorton Bn»h 

ineen of France jU^^ Annie Flrmlu 

iadT .Si^Hni miim tie rrine^s^Katberla^^j,^,, 

ome ot .-cenes, jH.veuts. *'-^*^- 



irrirrom Chas. Tl 

!...KIns of France.. 

he Oaupliia 

nraniKly 

rlrans 

ourbnn 

• oldler 

ibic ot France .. 

I French Lords * ' 

of iiarflcnr . ■.••■•••;:;• 
a French Herald. 



Em 

O 
I 

H 

I— ( 

Li 
© 



With the following carefully 8electe<i Programme ; 



-Of*. .Hre-"Crown W'--"^",";,,!,- , 



. Aal>er 



3-Ar<a from ' 



.Vera* 



•Hon e Ver". 



•Alda" ^...... ....... 

(Burnt for the first time in San Franci»ce,) 

n. Ton KAUL. 

-Kondo from "BInoraU" (Le Pardon dePIoeJrtnel)..... Meyerbcei 

(Sung for th« first time In San Francleco.) 

HLLE. BELOCCA. 

Tlt« Mattel 

' TAttLlAFIETKA. 

S^Serenade ouCHESTkA; ''""" 

6^",1»ald of Athens," the beanllfnl Kalind by (Gounod 

T-Baiaplaa Tambour Habile, Uie *^^»™'"« ^^."J* %,„brai^ 

MiiLEi ' 'bELoIcA.' 



8l«i. 



scene 1-A Ro,,m in tbe f alace of^Ch^rJes^VL^^S^ne 

At the Breach I Signs of a 
A View in Pioaidy.l 



t Anchor. 

8h E'tttrenclTments at Harfleur 

8— The Plains of Agiocourt. »— Alter 
Scene I-R"ceptionot King ». into London after the Battle of 

2— A View 



^af-^^o^irV^iV-^f the-l^Ki-of Battle. 
LE OF AGINCOURT. 

Reception of King V. 

FRANCE Scene I-JStSbIOr'oF^'tHe' FaThE^aJaT 
rm'o'n%?th'e«EspU?of^n'^Ue?r^y Vto the Princess Katnerine 



aee Wedaesday Afternoon 



H a 



'.Maeic Flute" 

WKCHESTRA. 



.Moaart 



Miss MARIAN SINGER 

BILL OF the SEASON 

FRENCH, GERMAN and ENGLISH 
Opera, Operetta, Burlesqi^e. 

A. Host Of Volunteers. 

Lischen and Frischen. 

Ml«f> NAKIAIV M>UhK aad MOKId. C. ■«>KBru 



I— Overiure- 

2-"Mira ehe Wanea Inn.a" Notturno »«*»""."«. 
MLEE, BELol-'CA autt M. Tt).n KABl 

3-Arla from rau^V ^j^^:^i^^,^i^^^^, 

Waltlng-^EngUsh Bal^la^ ^.^.. 

•wituin a M«e «f ,{^i»^i«-£»:;;^i. 

G-Trio from the Celebrated Messc Solenellc... Kosslul 

(Sung for the tirsl time in San IranciBCO,) 
;« J, M. T«M HAUL and slCi. TAGMAPIETKA. 



..Rossini 



.Oonmod 
..HlHard 



Sfr<.rd Art ■ I 



Mile. BElOCt. 



MR. GEO. T. 



EVANS OONIH/CTOI 



ForwhlebH»ir TUWIDORK llAnKLMANK *»» W«« —fttutt 

tn(!a«»<); aWo MlM PKKTH A RORWHR 

InnCentrBnlal Bonqa't nf >»r»-r««UI»«. 
MIHS MtBIE MHI'MAIVSi TEiinm HOBK »N PB»»M.» 



The Piano used at tliese onncerta is the celebrated Steinway, furnished by 
M Gray, eole agent for the Pacific (Joairt, 




Thursday, June 15th 
Saturday, at 2 P. M.. 



-Last Concert of MLLE, BELOOCA. „„_^,..,, 
Matinee and Last apDcarance ol MLLl!,. MtJAJCL A 



SCALE OF PKICES. 

nr»u rirrle. Orchestra and Balcony *• •* 

Bress Clreie, «»;.^»^,^^„ ^^^^,^ ^my tents Extra. ^^ ^^^^ 

^''"'pHvaie Boxes; '»i« aiid sio,. aceordiiiB to ibtalion. 



The Tvh.'k lo conr. 



lud" » 'th the Kt« l.oc«l Puru*' »•. THF 



TWO OAR FANS 



le pen of W A MRSTAVKR. Im wtUt MIM KATT M AVHKW 
iMioB of Job.. McOulloMh. hm kloAi ».l.»^w<; .!• Mf . r 
i Mr Long anJ Mr. M«Uy»r a> U>* T»o Oi»l>»". —* •«**• " 



From the facile 

(by kind penr 

W. Kcene and 

the taleutod CalKorula The .lr» C«i»l»ry 




tee Opera House. 



p New Montgomery and Mission Sts 

R..COL. WlLSON|AB8irrANT..J. «^'tt"^7?,^ 
NAOBR JOE. GREEN 

lant Success of the Family Theatre 

MOST PERFECT ORDER P UBSERVED. 

;D WITH EVTH liSIASTIC APrLAlJSE ! ! 

iced by the Public and Press the Most 
plete and attractive entertainment 
in the city 



THK CALIFUHNIA 

KENTl BEAUTIFUL ¥OII.\C "-^^'^^'^jg^Y 
INTERIM OF THREE MINUTES. 
Grand and Varied Interlude. 
ITF f Of A r..I\ HIK SI'I :« lAlTlFA 

tILLINvi DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT- 

MME. THEWE'E and M. hCHMIDT. 

Emma .Martinez 



Ilew OlympicVariety : Buckley's Varieties. 

y J^ ^ N. W. corner Kearny ana Pin. ^tr-,^ 



1 ^'^" / 

I Patented Aug. 10, 1870. 



:ind Fling Miss L ulu Wilson 

And , ..^'j.. Ohrl'ty 

~7coNr>o]v 

IN HiS ePEClALTlEB. 

"'^ ^THE CELEBRATED 

TRICANT FAMILY, 

(FIVE IN NUMBER). 
I nrincioal European and American HIppodromeH and 
r?»-IN tJeIIH^IA^ 

H IK ACTBBISTI«IIK~" Meplilslophlles 
larducrlle," Mine. I IIEltE.^E A .M. stUMIBT 

In roducini lh» Ucauiitul 

bleaux Vivants, 

Loa NympbcH en Repost 

No. 1 Les G/uccs; 

No. 3-Les BarxhaAlcs. 

To conclude with THE 

HITK 5riTATUE. 

Jake Wallace I Kos- Lnlu WllBon 

Rest of clMra clers by the Company. 



Grand Reopening ! 

AT THE OLD STAND. 

Maynard& Jones 

have reopened their 

Magniticet Shoo Parlor ! 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



Sontheast Comer Third and BUsslon Strocto. 

J. HARRINGTON sug. mXc 

JOHNNV Tuer« j^S^f* i"X^ 

IBADOKK FRANB Hr^nlo Arti-t 

Ran 0(n^_DiX(^N^^_^^j^^^;^^_^^^j^^j_;j^^^ 
V^stGomp\eteVaxi<B^OrgA^ 

TUERSt WEST Bono.. I R08A fc WELCH. TainlK) 
k HOWAEp^nUrrogatW;^ _^__ 

THIS EVENING '5??5-i? 

ihe^Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 Minutei. 

OonelwliBf with THE STORM JIAR£U_ 



N W. corner Kearny and Pino Mrrrt*. 
JIM HIKKISO » ..BOR..K "TTKR*^ rf.^ ..|^rT.j^ 

FR«VK MoBTIMon" .. '^' ^_^ 

F. f»Vr>mMt . M-W«l I«r.««» Hn,'.* M -•>-« 



THIS EVENING ^^ 



JCNC IS 



Morris tTelch 

Lawrtuec Clifton 



ChnmnUn lint 
.And II" *•»'•■ 



Th. P»rt..nn»iK» "111 Or-nm-K* "it* • 

Flr»t Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

rtalAio. -ItJ. UK rUA!0-ATI..» WAL K ^HO'^P ^ 




Scenes in a Bakery- 
LIlTIiK GKNKKALj 



..ON. 



Vliinlti W. 1«>1». 

lLiVELY"jIM. 

LIVKI^^IM....F..~ H..,., Valln.. ..'"••NN^:^ 

'~ ^^ ' ...... Vrrhrtlrm 

O vcrtare ; ' 

l.y<liii Livlnsr-toii. 

BILL* WK-.T, Ih. Champion Bono J-^'^'i;','." W*. M H 

Lawrence Clinon 

T. J. IJts ■» ntfi'-- 

Harry Howard and his Banjo. 
>l«iy JL«;roy. 

r«»»T W«b«4».» 

FIlBS __, , , 

Vtnnio VVololi 



Itnnlo <u.lo . _^ ,. 

•.mio-mnn •*_••_., 
iiitKiit ^l^»l^B•«> 



M. r .*> 
I nil t I «i<iri ■ 
Mill umii.a 



We Are Heventy-Fivo. 

•fORtiniR *^" _ 

. . ■ <i I II " tii.«r« 

HUM. 4M» I>»»«» ' 

"Vt ' ~^ *i.TTir ■iii«»»« 

ro.obttic Bone atd Datce, H»rr, 8.d.^« 

DBNTIST SHOP. 

Wall./* ^_^.,,:,,„:,,^.j^.:»^ w* J*^ >>^^..~.~ 
pii.u'n-i. ••»*- r.«»»«*- '*»^__ , , , ,; 

■ iii.*n „__. — 5!^^ 

Dutch K.XMXO. tong. 



(•air BIO' 



lata tl«ll 



ALIKE AS TWO PEAS! 



SCALE OF PRICES. 



rirrle »l •« LOrebeiilra ('halm, ."50 eenta 

ictte !S5 ient<r«hll<lr<n t.t r.nlit 



Sole Agenw for the LILY YOUNG, PRATT & 
BKACKPrs CoieOiated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Oenuino except utamped with our Trade Mark; Sole 
A«e.... for SAMUEL DUNBAR & CO'S. Hno M.m.:^. l^ 
Children's Shoo., and GRAY BROS. Extr^Hno Lad''^" »"'' 
Mi88««' New Yoric Sho««. The largest and finest »U'CK oi 

LADIES' •nd MISSES' SHOI-i^S in the City. Every pair 
wii^iEo . WARRANTED GENUINE. 

(nUCCESSORS TO BEERS 4 MAYNAIID.) 




»rmr* P*!** 



k»Ti«K an ••<»■*' 



• nx • ' '•*• .•»">•» 



•*- ^^ "^ . . ... . 11. . Il.,r.l"li 



ln|(aa 

>f C.I 



FrnHlr. then 

(lilTinK I ■ 
Mr. iJHiac 
JnmlM) J «• I If r. 

» billet •)«'•"« ->' "1,''', 
Mr Kl l»lllHn ...n »ld»rly . 

hii wife l>»o»i«« Le hi« .,.r 

Mr.''" k"'," "•»™-"'----'K'*,"iL'-^^ 
,1th h in in Parta In iJaroh of U« .am. 

Dutcliy •■•.. ..-..-.,.. 

O.u-Oan d»iK«'«. I«™* 

OCO-I . ' ■ ■ — 

~ ■ — r.«"' hrrmt^mplt^'r 

^OT^: Aa*'M«nr, 1 ,,,^ , 

p|„,rd O..I. "» "■•"7'"'; i:;, M»r'gn«- '-'I 

^,,1 place „„..n iUe •' -f,; "?',*, ^t;'." ro, wl I .H 
MvliigrKinic-. I i. rlodl«« " »"".•__. ^ 



TRIP TO PARIS 






Jni 
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I ;wlii' . 
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k( ■ ■ , . r ; 

M -. r..- 

VI. . !-.■ • 

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»' ► I » I 

I M. • ' - 



L^iti « ,'>»«'^ 



Vm ORGAN or AMCSXMCNTS. 
Pnbltahad BTea I>>f ■» **" ^°"' ^ 

AT 

— Merckanl Strrrl. l>rlow Honlcomerr 
Han rrunclnto. 

^ nlitributed Kr»o ttirouiliout Ibe CfW <l»"y 
■8uKK Vk.-U1:AMMK fur iLe foUowIn* pl»«. o' 
AsUK'Uii-ut 

California Tboatro: 
Wade's Opera Bouse; 
Baldwin's Acodemy of Music; 
MaKUlre's New TTieatre: 
Uagulre's Opera House: 
Piatt's Ball 
Buckley's Vorlotles; 
New Olympic Theatre; 



TlfKSDAY JUNE 13 



Amdseiiients. Etc. 

Calircrala Tkralrr. 

The wMm eTejiing aflected the sttrnlksto at 
»|i tbo houM'i iMt night, thU pepuUr houae 
mmoncat the rcrt tutttriag no inconv»ni«ic« from 
mn txctu ot patronige. The dnune, however, wm 
•Tidently much eDjoytd by thoeo who «cre preaeot. 
-Henry V • l» Bight "Juliua tuB»ar" ii not yft 
«eSnitaly announced Jor Monday ne«t, lul there 
can br little doubt but tljat ii the date 
Wadc'a Opem Rousr. 

It wa> al.«oluttly cool ta tliia largo airy building 
laat niiibl. ami the moderate audience proaent-mod- 
crate la eonimon with erery theatre in the town - 
•bouM have congratulatcl themselves on being 
able to >«e ao magnificent a «ivccta«lo und r aueh 
•oul and comforlable clroiunBUnces The fifth 
••Henry the Fifth" matinee will !« he'd to-morrow 
afternoon ^ 

• ii«ra llaaar. 

•HiTiy the I'ifth in Black," Kemble'a burleaqne, 
waa itreMnted here laat nlfht, but waa not ao.n 
wider the bout advantapea A I tile more rehear- 
sal ii needed, vhiliit (he rpl't eurtaio which h:.d 
iKuti prepared for the diviiiion of the t«blea>vx, was 
uafortunateiy foori heel too bac'ly for uae juat be- 
fore the pcrfoimanco couiintnccd. The aongs in 
tlie flrit part are more tlian uiually pleaaing tbii 
week 

■asnlrr'a Rrw Tbratrr. 

One ol Ihele.t hciwca of last nli ht- when noun 
were partlctilaiiy crowded -wna that found hero. 
In llic variily psrt of the progranme, lK-aide« now 
song! ly the >incir», j6n.csMil)c-naldavfryolcvcr 
r«de«tal ukate dancer appeared Two new llvin; 
plottura weio olro given, "The Jmlgetuent of 
I>ar<a" and "Elaine," the laat being a meat credit- 
able and artlatio realisation of Toby Roeonthal'a 
Creat painting. 
BaUlnln'fi AradrniT of Mnalc. 

The fonrlli Rtraknnch concert will bo given this 
waijlng. the programn.e embracing reveral novel- 
ties. Amongat the principal luinihera are aa ar!a 
from "A jda" by Tom Karl, a Rondo from "Dinorab" 
by .Mile [teloeca, an fu-iafic-ui "Kauaf by Taglii^ 
ple'ra, aiirl a trio fn-ni Hocaini's. ' MuiiM> Soleuoilo.** 
ft nbould bo renicint>eied ih&t the [al&«3 are now 
•9t at popultr ratea 
Mloa Mnec<r'^ Bf<i<flt. 

fin Sunday cveutrg neat, Mia« Marian Aiii;er, a 
Vourg lady of rainli versatility of talent v-iU tal:e 
a complimentary Icjufitat the California Thestro 
whun a bill of unufcnal attractirccc^ will bepro- 
liuoed. the full partloulora of wbicti aiaybefouud 
m the proyrama c and hpacc ievoteU to tliia partic 
tilar tHTfurtr.enoo. 

BarblrV* htir TarlelT Thealr*. 

An entirely new bill for to nli:bt including Ilia 
acta, "deenes In a raker)-," "Pcntiatry," "Alike as 
two Pe«>." and a reictition of tbo "Can-Can " 
W«w Olrnmlr Torlrly Thralre. 

The Ir.te' icn rf iTcdutin;; jct aaoth.er ver>loD of 
"'Henry V." at this p ace of amuacnient has been 
abandoned, and a acriea of Tory claasical Liviujt 
PMurea will be j>r»>eB»e<l instead. 

^alai-f^ Apfra nonse. 

In the firat (art La Hclilc lo Lo appeara in her 
apeoialllea, the Watrigaiil Family are remarkably 
^ever and il.o whole varkty trcu|« rontait.s many 
lateresting feeturea 
Kolra. 

Much waa cald yiaterday of the "intense" host 
and rightly too, it setoir, for a;tliougb it was not 
tfcc hottmt day ►inoe 8au Kranciaeohaabeeiiact- 
Ued, It nas the bailust aluco 1B52. In Hepteiuber 
«' that year the tbenraonieter maked 98 dogreea. 
More tlian this. thcTe have Ijeen but four yean 
aince IJil when tbe thermometer marked over 30 
<tejrM', these boirgOctoWr l*;t, 91 degreea:Sep. 
tonber ie». HI drgrei a and July :887, 93 degrees. 
Tastenlay's heat waa tberefuro something to be re- 
nemberrd The above figu>ra are taken from the 
tbarniooieUioal UUea kept by Henry iiibbuus 
M. I) 

Maguire and Haverly'a traveling troupe of Calt- 
Inrnla Mluatrtia hsiliig finliUicd their interior trip 
were in town on Saturday last and immediately 
aailol for Victoria, where they will play a month 
and then procc«d ihrocgti fortlaiid and the princi- 
pal towns of Oregon 

Charley Ko«d b.ia seceded from tbe con.piny for a 

Ume on aeoount of a atri..us affeotlon of the throat, 

for the treatment ot which he starts for Taa Uoble 

tOHlay. 

On Friday night next Mr. tJeo RignoH will Uke 

hla bcuem when "Komeu anil Juliet' will be 

Vroducvd with the l«ne«dary and Hiss Uaiy 

Young as the tao V.ueUau loveia 



LeVE'8 SPEI.ll!»« BKE. 

One balmy eve in Phyllia' bower, 

With Phyllia at my knee, 
I aald, "My .icar, Lo you my flower. 

And I will be your bee." 
Cut aho wilheiaycd m) eager arm. 

An! »a d, "I know full well 
You'vo karaid, dear Damon, how to charm, 

Bat, Damon, can you spelir 
I raah estayod the trial new, 
And she, with fin;,'cr raisid 
And brow severe: "Your faith so true. 
Your faith »o much be praised, 

'Spel'. 'Fai'h,'" i*8 tai'i. And I began 

With F, and faltered A, 
Then T and H "O foolish man !* 

I quickly heard her say. 

"To hold a faith without an 'o.ye* - 

And bow more fo'^lish we - 
We women w'lo will wasta and aigis 

b'or faith that cannot aeo," 

Then t replied, "If love is blind. 

Why ahould not faith be so? 
For true love hith no fault to Ai.i, 

Ho fa'tb a Jcubt can know. 

"But Phillis, dear, my spelling flower, 

"Tia now your turn to prove. 
And fitly for to ttst your power. 

Co'ue, spell uie, Phillis, 'LotsV 

"That wtro an easy word to spell," 

She cried out eaRerly, 
And eaUl, "I sps'l my love with L, 

And U, and V, and E." 

"0 foolish woman !" quick I criod, 

"NotO?" Eut lively sliamo 
So filled Iier face that joy and phclo 

Forbade th« warUs ot blame. 

Around my neck lier a^ms she fluii;. 

And whisperc I, quieU.v, 
' 'Your O ii 1 augbt, l>ut without you' 

All love were n.iugbt to me." 



An .tcrohat'H FhII. 

When it wail announced that W. D. 
Lindscott wuuld walk acrosR tbe fall-s at 
\Vau.iau on a single line, tliere were men 
who said they would't give twenty- five 
cents to see him walk across, but would 
give SS to see him fall in. 

As the hour for the performance drew 
near the people bcgart to gather in vast 
nnmbcrd, lining the banks of tbe river on 
both sides. The rope had been stretched 
across the river about midway between the 
biidge and the brink of the falls. 'J'ho 
wind, which bad begtm to blow in tlie 
moining, had increased to a gale, which 
came in fitful gusts, causing the rope to 
vibrate and tremble ho much that Lind- 
scott's friends were free to admit that 
while they believed in his ability to per- 
form just what ho had advertised, they 
did not think it possible in such a wind 
storm, blowing as it was directly across the 
frail bridge upon which be was to cross tbe 
rapid. From the dam above the bridge to 
the brink of tbe falls is a rapid, where the 
vast volume of water, swollen by the 
spring freshet, ruthes forAvard in long 
breakers, foaming and leaping in fantastic 
shapes to the cataract whore it takes the 
grand plunge, to hurry forward to the lapids 
below, bounding into great waves, whirl- 
pools and eddies until it reaches the level 
etieam below. 

As the fingei's of tbe dial marked the 
hour set for Lindscitt's jouniey, be stepped 
upon the ro])e, dressed in the style of oc- 
rriliats. His balance pole in hand, he 
walked forwartl ujion the slender thread, 
aud in spite of the howling winds around 
him and the dark waves below, which sent 
up their old crests as if to invite bim to 
their deadly embrace, walked steadily for- 
ward to a point about 300 feet from the 
west sboie and about 150 feet from the east 
shore, when a gust of wind, more powerful 
than ever, btruck tbe brave man aud threw 
bim off his balance ; bis jiole, with which 
ho attem)>ted to regain his balance, came 
up to nearly a perpendicular, when the 
lower end was caught by the crest of a 
giant wave below and wrenched from hia 
hands, Lindscott fell and was swallowed 
up by the mad waves below, to reappear at 
the brink of the falls, over which he 
plunged. Quickly emerging amid the 
breakers below the falls, his stalwart form 
was seen battling with the icy waters for 
his life. By almost superhuman efforts be 
gained tbe shore near the lower end of 
Clarks' lumber yarJ, and by the assibtauco 
of those who had gathered there be soon 
stood upon the diy land to wave his hand 
to the vast concourse of people, whose 
glad cheers proclaimed him the hero of tbe 
hour. 



Maaacera 

Cm^/^"""-'"*- ^^'o™'"!". Lectures, and 
^^ucerta, »,,. directed to the eplendid PrinUUK 
BJUbU^urvmol B, F. Sterett.M-2Ciay Street" 
o»CT the ^.„ t ncc«Ko Market. The lantest Post- 
t?;,h«n^°LLr?'^>' Col""."* tun,M out in 
iful .i ™ '**''''' 'f*^-' °' 'i^*- Al». Beau 
UIul Privrammes, 'Rckeu, etc etc orint^t« 

P.«r ^.^JL"'? '"^»^~'« of plain" while 

. . 8<J 

O^n'i Pa, p„e. Prices 

-oing to Mont«<«iery or Keamy street to 
JT ,,^ hau., when you <in buy the very ta^ 
cUa. «« ^.xKla cmaiderably chea^r ihan S eiSilJ 
of these streets by callimr at -i^he" n.V V^." 



Tbe Ijtdirs of hnn rrunclseo 

Will bcKl-el lo learn <if the opening cf first- 
class oBicie at 6 4 Clay btreet, oppiisile Kohler, 
Clia-i .Sl Co'i", when' they can be Ba]i|>'ied with 
fir8t-ci:i*8 Cli'i.ese domcsiie servants at short no 
lice. We beartily recommend Messrs, Iving & 
Marritt aa p ntleinen » ho will study m every way 
to please their cusl-iiuers. " h 



No man or worn n is sate while the least rem- 
nant of cough or c Id, or any symptoms of pul- 
moiuiry diiscase lir.uers in the S} jtem. Expel vhe 
cause cf danger with Hale's Honey of Hoarhoutd 
and Tar, Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one 
minute. 



The I'ollalernI Loan and Savlngt Bank 
taumanT 

"Hub day annouuce throujih the columns of 
FiOABO, that a bank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post and Keamy streets for the purpose of 
making a specialty of Loaning Money on OoUateral 
Beourity, suoh as diamonds, tilver pUte jewelry 
etc., subject to the legal rate of interest namely 
4 iwr cent, per month. Reference to tbe advertise! 
m.nt will satisfy every one that the Directon- of the 



Vbree Orlando'. 

"And haven't I seen a multitude of Or- 
landos?" inquires a writer in the Arcadian. 
"Three at a time, on the scene all at once. 
Think of that, and as I think of it, tbe 
spectacle deserves a passing mention. 

Long years ago— full twenty— the only 
theatrical nourishment the hamlets scat- 
tered through Connecticut, Rhode Island 
and New Hampshire got was from a mar- 
vellous dramatic genius named George 
Wyatt. He bad a circuit which be trav- 
elled summer and winter with a very queer 
stock company, getting on very well with 
ordinary farces and old-time dramas. Once 
in a while he struck an ambitious star, aud 
then those towns saw wonders. 

He was playing .Ajiiiie Senter for a week 
in a round of the legitimate, and for the 
first time I beheld 'As You Like It' as I 
never expect to see it again. 

The leading heavy of his company was a 
small, powerful man, with a tremendous 
bass voice, called 'Chunky' Monroe (to dis- 
tinguish bim from another Ivlonroe yclept 
'Lengthy'). 

The juvenile lead was a tall, genteel 
young man of Irish face named John Flood, 
and as a hanger on and occasional aid in 
this particular town of which I speak, he 
had a handsome young amateur named 
Alick Stetson. 

Wyatt cast Flood for Orlando — Monroe 
objected and Stetson repined. 

Wyatt, who was fully equal to Shaks- 
peare or any emergency, promptly made a 
match affair of it. He was great for inno- 
vations and novelties, such as three Jack 
Sheppards of a night, or alternating aotors 
in five acts of Kishard or Macbeth. 'You 
shall all play Orlando,' lie cried, and they 
all did. 

'Chunky' came on and did the fighting. 
Then when Orlando appeared in the wood 
he seemed to have been drawn out by 
something, as be was certainly twe feet 
taller. Doubts came to me whether Or- 
lando wasn't an accordeon when he shut 
up again as 'Chunky' after being 'i>ullej 
out by Flood. 

An intermediate stage of stature here 
occurred to give Mr. Stetson a chance; and 
a beautiful arrangement was made by Wy- 
att at the end, when he had all three on, 
and Hosalind tagging the play with the 
long and short of 'em on either hand, and 
the handsome amateur hovering behind in 
a dissatisfied manner." 



Lrcorq's Latest. 

M. Charles Lecocq's last opera, "I.,a 
Petite Mariee," is now being played at the 
Strand Opera Comique, Loudon, by M. 
Huibert's Company from Brussels. The 
work was first produced at the Theatre de 
la Renaijsaace in Paris, on the 2l3t of 
December last, and is still having a run. 
The libretto, by MM. D. Leterrier and A. 
Vanlloo, i.s a complicated Italian intrigue, 
scarcely calculated to interest our audiences 
who do not recognize the drollery of a hus- 
band permitting his wife to be passed off 
as the spouse of another man in order to 
guard against a retaliation from tbe Podeata 
of Bergamo, who has an Ia;;o like stispicion 
that he has been played false by the Chev- 
alier San Carlo, who marries Graziella (La 
Petite Mariee.) M. Warnots is the con- 
ductor, and the reception of "La Petite 
Mariee" has been of a nature to insure its 
popularity here, especially as M. Lecocq's 
vivacious and piquant music is quite wor- 
thy of the composer of "La Fille de Mad- 
ame Angot." 



What |9 th- value of a life? 0.1 J cannot 
iii'-aiurc i!. Yet wiien menaced by a \ioknt 
couuh or cci 1, or any disease leadio? to consump- 
tion, a tintle dollar invested in Hale's Iloney of 
Horebound and Tar will unqu*stiona'y!v preserve 
it. Pike's Toothache Drt>i}s cure in one miuuto. 

SantlaUvontl 

Is the most pewoitui medici.ie in restoring to 
a healthy s'ate the murus membrane of the 
ur^tha 1< ne^er produces sickness, and is cer- 
tain au 1 speedy in i's action. It is fast super- 
Rcdrtig every other remedy; Si>ty capaules cure 
in iht or .^.-hr days. N.t other m^tli'iiie can <io 
this. Dund'S Dick & Co. 'a 6cft Cap.^^lle3 con- 
taining Oil of .Sandalwood, scM at all drugstores. 
Ask for e'j-oiilar. or send to 3o and 37 Wooster 
Street, Ue'.v York, for one. 



S.l»l»LK ROCK. 

Emkrson CoiiviiiLK in the name 
That's blent with Kaslerii Oyster fame! 
lie has the flne«t ever brad, 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oysters stew'tt, or (h't*ters roast, 
Curried or Kri' cl, alikc's his boast ! 
To CoHviiLB's fain"us Saiidlk Kocx, 
The fashiou of all l-'risco flock ! ! ! 

Al 41.1 PiXK Stkkkt, mind, 

This noted rei.'iezv.,us you'll And, 

Kleoaxt Pkivatk Koous are there 

Tti accoirniodate 1i:h Patrons fair, 

Who, as tliey tat:e their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pl-"-a8ure all the while. 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Btvalvi-s at the Sappls Rock. 

Emerson Corville is, t«-<lay. 

Largest Importer on the Bay, 

And the whole tr,ide u|>r>n the Slope, 

Admit th^t none with him can cope 

Aud then for Clams, — soft or hard i<hell, — 

lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, ni^ht and day, now throng Uio 

block 
Where stf jids the famous Saddlk Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you gret; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Uass's Pale Ale, and Guinness' Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bright Champa^ie the finest brand ; — 
Tea, Ooffee and Chocolate always on haad. 
Visit CoRViLUs's but once— at all others 

you'll mock, — 
For there are none can compare with the 

Saddlk Rock! 

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on K Street, between Fourth aud Fifth, and is 80 
feet on K street by l(iO deep, running to the 
alley in the rear. The Theatre is a very good one, 
and is well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 aud S600 per 
month. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
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this desirable property can be bought 'or S33.000 
cash. Parties wishing; to negotiate for the theatre 
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The Wonderful Prodiglts 

cri a ad Jl^ittle Joe Cn-wthorn 

r One'nal Act. "THE IRISH ANDDlJJCH KMIGRANT." 




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MR. KARTON HIIL 

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•John Tokrknce Mochiniat I 

T PoliTKB Soi-nic Artist 



THIS "^yy^^^Pi":":-""--":-:-^^ \\ 

TRU'MPHANT SUCCESS AND SEfOM) WEEK OK 

IiawreEee Barrett 

As KING HENRY in SlIAKSPEAUE'S Historical Plajr of 

Presented by coctr.act with Mos.w« .lARUKTF i PALMER, as oriRinaHy 
produced by them at BOOTHS THEATRE. Now York. 

KING HENRY V 



PART II. 



LIRE 



tsix, Judgsnsnt of Paris. 

D LIST'iN, THE GSEA ' XILOPHONE ARTIST 

ART PICTURE NUMBER &EVE^■ -. 

FEMPrATlOW OF S^. ANTHOf«Y. 

[LAN and CRONIN in their original Irish Sketch Entitled 

\ in a Tenement House. 

glihan .^'M_ SCANLAN^ 

BABY McOOJVAl.O. 




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r an<l Grouping of these s-.iblim'^ly heautifii! pictures by MR. CHAi^, 
GRAH-".>'. !a>->".i>ooict<'of MATT. MORGAN 

SDAY, Jane 15— First time in this city of SCANLAN & C«0- 
iiial act entitled "SINCE TERRY JOINED THE GANG." You 
^hc imitators, now gee the originals. 



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California Theatre. 



FnOTRlKTOB AKI> MANAOER 

AcTiso Manaxkii 

UUA.s SciiOkTZ Musical Dirootor 

T J Frknmi TrMsurw 

Mahttn .lii^cK — RuiiineK.<t Maiia^rcr 




LAWRENCE 

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IcAmor as Chorus W Mliut Elllc Vlllun 

lliikr of <ilnster.. I Brothers tof Frank Kildiiv 

Itiikf or Itriirorti i the Kini; I 1. I'arkrr 

Uiikc <>r Kxrior, Uncle to the KiuK Henry EtlMitriN 

Dukr <>r Vnrk. Cousin to theKine Y. .I<ine«' 

Earl or .Salisbury I(. IIimiii 

Earl of ^Westmoreland E.N. Timber _ ,, , 

Enrl olMarwIeh M. ni,k,iTallor«<U 

Arcliblslioi) ol' <'anterbury S. W. l.enclii . ,.., 

Klslioit i>r lily 11. Mark I III ;'•>«■ <Hv, 

Earl ot 4 am bridge) Conspirators ( Mr. Evered 

Lord !scroii|> y n^iainst < K. ■tonariiina| No. 3 

sir llionias (.rey.. I the King, (. Henry (nail 

.Hi r 1 hoiiia.s Eriif Dsliam Waltrr Lrinaii | Monts'ry 

liower ) Officers of ( i Mr. ICradlr> 

Maeii:orriN >-King Henry's-t i'raiik lira 

t. Frederlrk Tliornr 



Eliie!len.. ) Army, 

Jaiiiey 

*> lllianiH'l Soldiers in 

RSate.s >-King Henry's 

<'4nirl ) Array, 

^THl 1 Formerly Servants to j. 

ilardolph. >-Falstaff, now Soldiers in-' 

Pistol ) King Henrys Array, I. 

Itoy. Servant to the above 

A Herald. 



Street. 



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.Mr, Hnrray 

T. W. Keeiie 

T. Frank 

Samuel Mlloill 

Miirry »«oils| 

W. A. tIeH(a>er| 

r. R. BIhIi<>|> 

Frank l.iiilr 

.J. Joliiison 



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Fine 
Ladles' 



(.'li.nrles \i.. King of France John Mllsnii 

Loiii.s. the Dauphiu ,1. N. Lone 

Itnke of ICuraiiudy ,11 r. Stephens 

l>iike of «»rli'aii» Ncl.son Heeker 

Ouke of Hour boil F. < la.sliT 

.1 Ereneh Solsllei' IMons. >lrlor 

llie 4'oiiHlttblr of France Mr. Henry 

Kambure.H, I French f Albert West] .Saddle, 

<; rand lire, I Lords. ( Arthur M'-lsse 

t-oveinorof il.Hrflenr Mr. Krlly|co«t .S'.JK, 

.^loMt.Boy. a French Htrald W, E<lster 

The liislioit of Rnurge.s Mr. .Ii-mrs 

Priiiiess Kaliierlno, iUHe. Louise itorel 

Itaiiir tluirkly. (Pistol's Wife), an Hostess Mm. C. K. .Xaunders 

Lsabel. Q'lecn of France Mi.ss Masgie Cliaml>er» 

.411ee. a Lady attendent upon Princess Katherine 

r Mile. «;abrlelle »u Sauld 

Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries. Nobles, Pa^'e.-^. Ladies of the ('onrt, Sol- 
diers. Citizens. Etc.. by over TWO HUNDRED ATTXILIARIEH 



!58y>i«>psis of Koenery. 

ACT 1 The English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2-The Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Charge 

ACT 3 Battle of Agincourt. 

ACT 4 Historical Spisode. Reception of King Henry V 

on Bnterins London after the Battie. 
ACT 5 Espousal of Henry V. and Princess Katherine. 

.SATT'RDAY AFTFJtMOON, .JUNE 17th. 

At the close of the ruu oi ilii. »^iclldiJl rfhi'»r'-riHn production JULIUS 
C.4;^AR iritl be grandly preseut«d with ME. LAWRENCE HaRRETT as 
OASSIUS and an unequalled cast 



for SI«, 



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California lliiistrels I 



rtiLST ^\^^^ 



HENRY THE F FTH in BLACK 



THIS EVENING 



JUNE U 



Programme for this Evening. 

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I'Altr KIK!>T GK,\Mi 

liilrndnrtorT Otrrtnre 

Kallad-Thr Little Ones al Home 

4 onilr Sum. 

Ballad Tkr Little <tnr that illnl 

imlrSoiiE Tommy Miikr Room for !• 
Ilalind Rrlehl.sl Kfor^ ladr nnil II 

111 > i;irri\ i i i\ai ; 

Mrs,r». EMIKSON. tOTTON. KIMRI.i: On <«1ir4!«l. 
PART SECOND Grand Ethiopian Carnival 

ALABAMA HOMSS 

By PartlcaUr BemirM.i 



Suzanne 
I'ompey 



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Somebody's Coat Tails 1 

Reuben Green, ... (from Honomal liTN < •'TT*'X 

Mr I)us<uborg J I: klMlUK 

Ana.«U»i» jr.sTI.V l.^'ilNMiJI 

Cliarlcs J I "i»KI«T 

BixTrTY EM E R S^oivf 

In nil rurlvallril siirrlnlllrs and imllalliin%. 
Ballad "Ncopo*ltalirc" iAn\. Ltr)„ 



The whole to cxnrludc wiili ihr L.sui;)b>>I' 
HurlcS'iiic wrifleii b/ J It 



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HENRY THE FIFTH in BUCK! 

With SuiH'tb srrneri. t.rand Tablraiu. Balllr ^rrnn 
and OrlalMal Mb»Ic 



King Henry the Fifth. 

Rumor, as Chorus 

Dnke t.l Gliislci 

Duke of Bedford 

Gower 

Macnu-rrip , 

.IFlewelleii 

roruerof||jgr,i„i,,), 

Pistol 

Mcrehantj Nyin 

I Williams 

I lioy 

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THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

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loto receive Term Deposits and Deposits subject to Call or Check. This Bank will for the present allow the following Ratts ol intcrcsi 



>R.IECT <»F THIS 

ter cent, a mon^h. Also t« .,.,.....« ..^. -, , -_,_ -_ . . 

I I-t tier cent, prt- luontli. No Interest allowed on Daily Deposits cubject to call or check. t » •, „„,i iii,„,,i .i„.ii„„ 

'ctors of U..7^"ank a" all well known bbsiness men of this city, and as such give to all customer; or depositors a guarantee ?/ '^'^""^ ' 'Z?i ''S*','°„^, Po,t and Kearny sir.., r 

ption Books for a limited number of shares at $10 per share, are now open at tie COLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK, Northeast oorner osv auu ive 

OR SEND FOR CIRCULARS. 






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Choice, Well-Furnished 

:side Hooms 

....TO LET. AT.... 
rS.tO ONE DOLLAR PES NIGHT, 

. ..AT THE.... 

SO HOUSE, 

CED RATES BY THE WEEK. 

SA^xsmoxxie iBtroc* 

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YOUR PiCTUBES! 

ANY KIND. TAKEN AT TH 

V YORK 

net Pictures, 94 per dozen. 

J. H. PETERS, Proprietor 

lanxa House 

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Klrerl, between Fourth <t Fifth. 

LE FUKNISHED rooms I 

■; Week Month. Twenty-tive and flftj 
light; 16 to $18 per month. myl^lm 



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im Oandy Factory daily. All orders, es- 
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RABCAINS at 706 to TI6 Keamr Street, (oppoftlte the Plaza), next to CItT Hall 




For Sale by all OrnsEltt*. niC-lia 

Boca Beor ! Bocji Beer ! 
Af^lON HALL 

The telebraled Beer Now ou i»ra«Bhi 

from the only I,m<t II?. r l(row»ry on ths l/OMt 
Now on tale at 

HENRY C^IMM'8, 

ARION HALL, 

N. K. tomer ol BBtler sad Kearar ••»• 

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ind by the Prlaclpal Loral 



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and Scotch Splint Coals. . , . , «... o -i i- 

B« sure you get the GENUINE WELLINGTON. Once used it cannot bo mlsUkeo. The Coal u 
bard, splintery, dull in luster, and docs not soil the finger. 
For sale wholesale and retail by the Agents, 

BKRRTMAN & DOTIsK, 



JKE CUFF HOUSE! 

AppetlzlDR Breakfaata, LbmM« 
Dinners and Snpperi. 

BRINt; VOIR W'»;- ■«,.,, 

UUI><- tOIR I4MII.*: 

RKIN*. lOIR L*l»l FRir.N»« 

And rolny a .lew ol U- ««f !^tSJit'° 

KAMA IN TUB WORLD, aU l« d«»* ol 

tha world-raoowBad 

Ool<1en Gate. 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 

The Bfit f r"^'"? VtiUirr ifi Um- 
pt nirii» tni nj«oT» nf »ii *iorri» 

13-A.]B O <3 O KL 

PORTABLE 

Exiinguisfiers ! 

FIRE ENGINES 

H....K *tl. I »til.l ; TT-i ■ « = 
(-lll'.Ml' Al » ri » I »i - 

Better than Insurance. 

PAKKKAt LACf. ApcfaU, 
417 Market Street, 



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BOBTOH oTgrra wumB, 

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i-UX OttGAN OF AMUSIKENTS. 
P iblUhed Kntr D»T In the YoM. bf 

IT 

1» nCBt-UAKT STBKtT, 

B-Jo' Mi>iji,om3rr 8»» Frinciaco 



WKUNliSDAY... 



JUNK 14 



I«c Seealc Palnlrr. Vorsinn, and kU 
Implayrr. 

Fred W. Bert, the Manager of W»des 
Opera Heuac, hus publUheJ a card under 
yesterday'* date which puts a vary un- 
favorable light on the tactics emyloyed by 
the icenic painter Voegtlin to avoid the 
fulfillmeut of hi» en-agenient. In bis card 
Mr. Btrtsayn: Voegtlin's answer has nnt 
up to 12 o'cb'ck to day, been served upon 
mc or my attoruey«, nor has it yet been 
filed in the reconls of the court. That the 
public may not be influenced, etc., by a 
grossly erroneous statement before the legil 
pruceediutrs now pending bring the truth 
to light, I consider it only ri^'ht toward the 
patrons of my theatre and myself to men- 
tion the followini' facts : Mr. Voegtlin 
signeila clear and explicit contract with me 
for one year. His fare and road expenses 
from New York were paid by me. Ho ar- 
rived on Saturday the Sth of April, and on 
the foUowimu Tuesday received full salary 
up to the 8th of April, from the day ho 
left New York. He went to work on 
Tuesday, and on the following and every 
Bubaecpieat Tuesday, urtil the ."^Oth uHimo, 
his full salary was punctually paid, for 
which I hold separate receipts. He was 
Bot required even to come to the office, as 
every attachee of the houee is, as bis 
monuy was taken to him on the paint frame 
promptly every Tuesday. He never lost 
a minute waiting for material, nor was he 
in any way interfered with, except by ex- 
re^sive indulgence and kindness. It is 
true that I have bad my share of a Ion; 
run of unusually dull business, whicb.with 
the difficulties encountered in opening a 
new theatre, was the means of somewhat 
embarrassing me financially, a fact which 
was telegraphed to New York 
by parties interested, whose names I pre- 
fer to withhold for the jiresent, for a pur- 
pose which is too transparent. Wade's 
Opera House was opened on the 17th of 
January 1876, since which time there has 
been on an average over .TOO persons on nsy 
weekly pay roll, and any respectable disin- 
terested citizen is at liberty to call at the 
ofBce and satisfy himself that I do not owe 
one dollar to any one in my employ. — 
f i(nin<; BtUletin, June IMh. 



Simkins has fonnd tl »\ the pleasantes 
way to take codliver oil is to fatten pig- 
eons with it, and then eat the pigeons. 
This may be called killing two birds with 
one stone. 

Little Alice was crying bitterly, and on 
being tiuestiuncd confessed to have re- 
ceived a slap from one of her playfellows. 
"You should have returned it," unwisely 
said the questioner. "Oh, I return«d it 
before," said the little girl. 

The ColUleral loan anil SstIdex Bank 
(oupanr 

Thii d.y aimouuce throuth the columut of 
, S- ""' \ ''*"'' •■" '■«'> opened at the cor- 
ner ol Post uid ktarnj sUielK for the uuriKw,; of 
maitng a .guilts of l.,«n,ng Money on L'olUteral 
Hccurily i.uch ti. ilmin.mils. Bilver I.l»le. iewtlri 
etc.. inliiccl to the le,;al rate of interest, namely' 
4 per cert per month. Kefertnoe to the advertis'- 
m,nt will saiuf J enry one that the Directory ol the 
Bank In comi«w,^,l ol inHlthj and well-known busi- 
ri-«.i 1 ,.n »iio,,.. uanien iimire couAilenoe at a 
k ■' .iDd ar ■ a nuMrant«e that the kffciiB of the 
: n will W con.luc'.ed fairly and houoratMy 
■ ■ ii» lUUl u Bometh.nij that han long been 
..•->-.... and tho««hoare unfortunate in slocks 
etc . will now h aTc a hoi ite of refuge. w 

What is the value of a life? Colil cannot 
iniarure it. Yet when menocid bv a »lolei.t 
coukh or odd, or »iiy disease Icodincio consump- 
tion, arlTiiila dollar invistod in Hale's Uonev of 
Horehuund and Tar will un(|ut8tionablv preserve 
It. I iki I. Too lhaihe lir..|)« cure i n one minute. 
The Ludlrs of i^au l-runt-lsco 

Will IfjiV.,; ,o ie,,n of the ojjcning ol first- 
rkuia . ttio.s at 4 Clay stmt, op|ic«ita Kohler, 
i,ha.ii\ t..>, where th<.v can be supplied with 
nist-cl.iM) th .-ise doi.o 3iic i-crvants a: shntt no 
lite. Wc- h, r:lj ri.L..ni„.nd Messrs. Ki.« & 
Merntt oji;. ntkniin ivh,, will study m every way 
to plcMe their cusl..iuer». B 



Tyrolenn Concrrl. 

Ti^ir, .""'.''■ I"^f'',""'tcc». fTerj nIgLi «t the 
Tlvoll Oanlens. nnrllme.it corner 8utt«!»aJid StoeL- 
ton t'reeu. Adiiiuaion free. " • 

Da. Ch*s c 0-1)u«.xkli, (late C. S. A.), otBce 
and re»,don;e ij2« Keaniy street. The treatment 
ol women and chi'lrea a speciiJtv. r 



lUlUnrry W.Hi<ln, 

Wh.,l,,aleana r^•^ at Pa aar"*, 726 tc 734 
Market street. 



Cloak., Sacqucs, I,iee Caiw snd Bonnets, etc.. 
Just received at Palmer-e. 7l-8 to ^H Market Su 

Sew store ! Xew Koods : 

Mfuili'"?li'""''.',°'' »,"""'l"rof years with J. C. 
rtJ^n.!r I." ''•'•• ':;" '■'*•""' " >-■•>• ■" ^ Kearny 

•i^epr^^e.t^'K*"'" ""«^» " "^^ I"**" Pos- 
•luie priiee : a his inottn. ^ 

Irenes nnderweu-very che.|>-726 to 734 
;><• >hpr»««M| Bros. 

••wt, near .San?orae, lell more 
l"^u»eln the city y Bcc»nM 
meat in the same store daily 
-teratlO to 20 cent, pet roll 

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«.Bi:.lT ri^YEBS .»SiD THEIB ABT. 

If when painters died their paintings 
perished with them, leaving no more rec- 
ord or trace of work achieved than does 
the acting of an actor; then he who had 
seen the actual pictures of Michael Ange- 
lo, of Velasquez, of Titians, of Kaphael, 
would have a great advantage over those 
later born who could only judge of master- 
pieces by descriptions of them. Acting, 
which consists in living poetry through 
human life, must perish with the actor; 
and of players and their styles the rectrds 
and their descriptions rem?.ins necessarily 
fragmentary and imperfect; but in spite of 
all drawbacks the critic can, as I main- 
tain, form to himself a just conception of 
the style and of the very essence of the 
art of great players who lived since the 
days <if written record and criticism, say 
from the time of Garrick. Painting pre- 
serves the form, the face, the eye, and 
word-painting does therest. Xnmy opinion, 
sufKcit-nt proof exists to warrant us in be- 
lieving that the greatest dramatic artist of 
any age or country which comes withiu 
the scope of accurate record is Mrs. Sid- 
dons. From out the mass of evidence, let 
us select that of an actor and of a critic— 
Macready and Ilazlitt Hazlitt's dramatic 
essays abound in eulogistic reference to the 
great actress, but I will content myself 
with the following jiassagc: "The homage 
she has received is greater than that which 
is paid to queens. The cnthuisasm she ex- 
cited had something idolatrous about it; 
.she was regarded less with admiration than 
with wonder, a.s if a being of a superior or- 
der had dropped from another sphere to 
awe the world with the majesty of her pres- 
ence. She raised tragedy to the skies, or 
brought itdown from thence. It was some- 
thing above nattire. We can conceive of 
nothing grander. She embodied to our 
imagination the fables of mythology, of 
the heroic and defied mortals of olden times. 
She was not less than a goddess, or than a 
prophetcHS inspired by the gods. Power 
was seated on her brow, passion emanated 
from her breast as from a shrine. She was 
tragedy personified. She w.is the stateli- 
est ornament of the public mind. She was 
not only the idol of the people, she not only 
hushed the tumultuous shouts of the pit 
in breathless expectation and quenched the 
blaze of surrounding beauty in silent tears, 
but to the retired and lonely student, 
through long years of solitude, her face 
has shone as if an eye had appeared from 
heaven; her name Las been as if a voice 
had opened the chambers of the human 
heart, or as if a trumpet had awakened the 
sleeping of the dead. To have seen Mrs. 
Siddons w.as an event in one's life." Thus 
the literary critic. Next comes the player, 
and it is observable that Macreaely, with a 
master's knowledge of the art by means of 
which such results were attained, combines 
a nicer criticism with an enthusiasm which 
is not less than that of Hazlitt. Mac- 
ready speaks of the name of Siddons as "a 
name that even new excites in me same- 
thing of a reverential feeling." He says: 
"What eulogy can do justice to her per- 
sonations? How little can any force of 
description imprint in the imagination the 
sudden but thrilling effects of tone or look, 
of port or gesture, or even of the silence 
so often significant in the development of 
human passion ? One great excellence that 
distinguishes all her personations was the 
unity of design, the just relations of all 
parts to the whole, that made tis forget the 
actress in the character she assumed." 



Criterion Oyster lialoon, -ilO Kearny St. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace, — 

it"aiu all Fri-co where vou will, 
Is the renowTi'd Crithrion,' 

Kept by KuePBON Corviuk ! 
He's the Oyster King of Frisjo, 

i)tC(i(i'i;-C'.</i»u! from the East, 
210 on Kearny Street, 

Wi ore all can obt.iin a feaet 
Of dilicate Eastern Oysters, 

Or of Calif, niia'a best, 
DrcssM in any and cv*ry sly^e, 

Thai's in \o(;ue from" East to West, 
.All the Oyuter-eating public 

Protest, wittiout a quarrel, 
Thct for Freshi st. Choicest Oysters, 

Cor\ iUe can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, f..r Piivacy and Comfort 

All nis Ladt Patrons tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one liaU as weh ! 
So coHV, cheerful, cK'gant! 

You're enchanted at a iilance 

With CORVILLR'S ORKAT CRITERION 

It is ih.- House Par ExtrLLESCK ! I I 
Clams, bobatcrs and Crabs the freshest 

In '.he <;iiy j ou jfet there ; 
With Guinness" Stout and EnifMsh Ale, 

Or famed "liass's Bilttr Heer !" 
SparklioK C'.r.mpaKiie and finebl Wines, 

linporled by him express. 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Coniioiscurs all c -n'oss ! 
If, Reader, you like swcit Ovsters,— 

Your pleasure to make complete, 
Goto 
EMERSOX CORVILi.E'S CRITERION, 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 



tton't Help Pay Other People's Debts, 

But TO to the Furniture and Bedding S'l^re of 
J. A, Shaber i Co., 7&7 Market street, nearTnird, 
and save fully 25 per cent, by buying of them. Their 
motto is : "Uuy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they ha%e no bad debts to make up out ol ex- 
tra urofi's. 



" ^" '"'■'T" ie now eMabUahed 
e at 213 Sutter street 
Mded a Innch room 



rUe Aatelope wjster Bonse. 

Our specialty, always the best oi-sters in market 
Krvcl up in the best style ol " cooking. Our 
Eastom transplanted oysters excel any other n, 
market Kitablished in 1884. No. 612 Market 
oear Mont^merw > 



Free Exhibition. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townsend's Candy 
tatiorv. No. K27 Market street, where you can 



Do .V«t BnOer rroni Corns. 

The unfortunate suflcrera from Corns, Bunions 
Ciub and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applying a't Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Busli, from 1 to 6 P. M. We 8p«ak from ejtperi- 
ence, havin? U'Bte<l the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if required H 

flurry np Those Ituttcr Cakes. 

Who has not tried them? New York Butter 
Cake-s and Coffe for 10 cents, at Burns Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon, .'il? California itreet, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the night and day 
J. il. Bums, Proprietor. ^ * 

SplrltnnllzInK Seances. 

Sirs. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Mark-.t, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at 7J o'clock. * 

Fine Wotchea. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
C:illender'8, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains. Jewelry, etc. Call and 
examine. »-y 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove lor SI 25 
1 pair; 736 to 7S4 Market street. 



Waile's Opera Uonsc. 

The best of Opera Gl.isses for rent at the st,ind, 
at *.he foot of the stairs, in the vtbtibuJe. * 



NEW ADVERTtSEMEWTS. 

Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN STREET, 
I/OS AXCiKLES, CALA. 



A. «. RYAN & CO 

COL J. H WOOD 

(JEO. F .MOORE 



Proprretors 

..Business Manaiier 
....Stage Manager 



n'AXTED IH1IEDIATELV, lady Artists 

in all lirarches of the Profession, also an A No. 1 
Property Man. one that can Paint Scenery. Variety 
Talent wanttd at all tiiaep. Write and get a date. 

ARentt. for Travelling Companies will do well to 
address COL. J. U. WOOD, 

myll ^)pora House, Los Angeles. Cal. 



■AN JOSK, VA.Uk. 

Tbls BeAutlfnl iin<1 Ketrly Renovate 

Theatre b to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at reaaonable terms. 
jBl4-tf a. BR0HA3KA, Proprietor 



<l^<'SI'rlnllii8l*>'esses 
ay«9 FOR BOYS 
^ND BUSINESS MEN. 

AT THE 

City Noveliy Company. 423 
Washington St., S. F. 

je6-tf 




P 
E 
PERCY 
C 
Y 

TliC Eminent London Clalrvoy<iut and 

Healer, now stopping in this city, at 2(6 Kearny 
street, entrance, room II, who makes the following 
propositions ; 

Firat-No charge unless ENTIRE Satisfaction be 
given. 

Second— He will read your PAST, PRESENT 
and FUTURE, guaranteeing the Past to be correct 
or NO Fi.E 

Third— Advice given in reference to lost friends, 
propirty, love or business; satisfaction or no fee. 

Fourth— If in poor health he will locate your 
disease, describe its symptoms and its peculiar 
eliccta upon your individual system without ask- 
ing A QUESTION. This health examination is 
made by the wonderful art of Magicology, without 
any visible examination of diseased organs, and is 
given, as a test of power. FREE TO A LL. 

Fifth- -And lastly. If your disease is curable he 
wHl guarantee to restore the health without using 
a drop of any drug, by a method of treatment es- 
sentially his own. Particular attention given to 
Nervous Diseases, Consumption, Female Diseases. 
Sore Eyes. Deafness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 
Mental Weakness, Loss of Memory, and all diseases 
having their origin in the Bavk, Kidneys and 
Stomach. Fees moderate, averaging from $1 50 to 
S3 50. Strictly private and confidential. Call for a 
Health Examination or a Reading of Character, 
both being given FREE to all as a test of power. 
Hours from 10 a ji. until 10 P. M. je8-tf , 



J. K. tMMET, 

Now playing the most sarressral on- 

gage:nenl "ever played in Melbourne," as "Fritz. 
(}iir Cousin Uerman" which has reached its 42d 
repetition, and still running to overflowing houses 
Can bo addressed, care Royal Opera Houso, Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Australia. 

P. S.-Sydney, Adelaide and New Zealand to 
'ollow. je-8tt 



With some capital to take a half interest in the 

Palace Opera House, 

Corner Sr-w ttniiisomerv and 
.Mission !Slreel«. 

The largest and most tolented company, fully 
organized on the coast. Apply at Box Office. 

je7-3t 



PROF. D Mccarty, 

TrnciicsRall Koom, B.tllct, Horn. 

pipe. Flings. Irish and Stran;ht Jig, Song 
D.ince. Cloi and t'anhucha, Jrisb Washer- 
womae. Sword Dances, etc., at 

44} Sixth Street near Market. 

Je7-tf 



Oyst 



IF YOU 

ers and Fish 



Cooked in goo;l style, try the Oyster 

and Chop House 

9. E. Corner U^ldodorlT anil Clay sis.. 

formerly known as FRANK JOHNSON'S Tno 

Private Rcoais have been elegantly litted up and 

thorouk-hly renn- ate'!. Open from fi \. .M. to 2 \ M 

Ll'.NUUI'.Ktil A LAK!SE,%, rroiirletoi k. 

ie3-2w' 



Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To be bad In all Stores and Saloons. 

Manufactured by DENICKE BR THERS at the 
WHITE MANS (SIGAR FACTORY. 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23-tf 

Prepare for your Centennial trip by lavini' in 
a supply of "Standard" Shirts. , 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may bo suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves of this, the greatcat booa ever laid at the 
altar of suifering biunanity. 



Dr. 



Spinney will Guarantee 
forfeit $-500 



to 



For every case of semiual weakness, or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which be undertal^ea 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore. Bay to the 
iMifortunato siifferr-r who li^ay read this notice, that 
you are treading upon danKcrous ground when yoa 
iongtr delay in seeklijg the proi>er remedy for your 
complaint. You may be in the first stage, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If v ou are Uor- 
derinti upon the last, and are sufferit z some or all 
of its ill eflfects, remembsr that if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come when 
the most skillful physician can render you no ae- 
sistance; when the door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy cat. bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself upon yoiu: im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MfDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this lUlliculty, ignorant of the 
caude, which is the second sta^'o of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect ciu-e in all 
such cases, and a beaithy restoration of the g^iito- 
urinary organs. 

All letters and ConuumUcationfl Strict- 
ly ConUdcntlul. 

Coa.sultftlious Free— Charges Moderate* 
Oflice flours from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRESS, 

D5?Jpi B. SPiNf^EY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Francisco. 



J. IVI. DUFF, 



FREE AND EASY. 



^ 



13.^ x^ o €> £<r, 

cos M{«sioN «TBe:£:T, 

Near Seoocd. 

Dntil Futtlitr Rotics. 
A the test Songs next S&toida; Nlshl. 







McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open XoTomber 1st. Variety Tal- 
ent going East or West, wishing engagements, wd 
find it to their advant age to address, stating term ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
oe5S t CHEYENNE. W 



The Manly Art 

OF 

ei333CjiaF-X>1E3I"3ES3M O OB. 

Private Lessons Given in Boxing ! 

BY 

PROF. TOM McALPINE, 

Kx-Cbauinion ol the Middle-lVeishts. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
rooms or residences, if desirable. a:d$-tf 



f-HEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

By the NlRtat or Week, or will make 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa- 
nies on sharing terms. For particulars, addreen 
J. McDANIEL. 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE. W. T 



SEA. BA-XHINCi. 

Long Bridge Swimming Bath» 

Persons can here enjoy th^ henefits of SEA 
KATHING. without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dang^tous currents. 

my27-tf A. TRUWORTHY, Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs less than half as 
much as ordinary Soap. 

For Sale bj all DrnitiClsts and erocers, 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY, 

X24. E'lrtlx Strooti 

mrll-lm CHAS. H. WHEELER. SelUng Agent 



rOLSOM-STREET 

Riding Academy, 




A PARTivrs: 

■With some Oipital, to take a half-interest 

ROYAL JAPANESE TROl] 

To Travel Tlironch Enrope; i 

chance fur a person who likfs traveling 
make money sure and (rJick. Apply in pel 

Proprietor and Manaeer, 

At the Humboldt Hotel. Fifteenth street, 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'clocfe 
afternooij. Principals only need apply. 

YOUR SPIRI 

Friends Can be Seen by Attend! 

Seances of the GREATFST MATERIA] 
MEDIUM in the world, 

MRS. C. M. SAVVY 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW HA3 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO BE ] 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEN 



Honest investigators call and see for th< 
every evening except Monday and Thursda 
residence of MKS. C. M. SAWYER, 1 
street near Market. Seances begin at 7J c 

FOR A GOOD 5 CBMT GLAS 

BEER, ALE OR PORTER, 




SW CDR 

MARKET S.3"°ST 

Wines, Ll<iuurs and ('ii;ars of tl 
auality. 



ITALiAH MUSICAL INSTI1 

. ...DIRECTED BY.... 



I VI 



peran 



Lessons on the Piano and in Si 
1800 STOCKTON STREET, S. 



3E1. O KL .A. "V\7" ^ 

,j, OYSTER HOUSE | 

1004 ' 

.IIARKET STREET ABOVE 1*« 

The best Oysters, Chops, Roasts and i 

the market. Private appdrtmcnts for Fam 

Ladus. Family orders delivered to reside 

of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. S. SMITH, Prot 



CLAY-STREET 

RIDING ACADEIMY, 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is the most elegant 
and commodious Riding 
Acadenly in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particu- 
lar attention paid to teaching beginners* 

Ee24 A MARSHALL. 




SILVER & FABENS 

Designers and Engravers on 

532 Clay St., (Sterett's Printlns O 

BUILDING.S, LETTER- HEADS, MONO 
Show CARDS, PORTRAITS, E' 

Plain, or in a Variety of Ci 

f«ll-lm 




FIrst-CIass ItENTISTRV for less 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at cornel 
ket and Stockton than an tirBt-cla.ss Dent 
in town, Teeth extracted without pain b 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
fe8-3m COCHRANE & RICHI 

ONE MILLlOe^ 

WANTED AT PAH, FOR GOODS, 
73G, 728, :.30 and 733 



Advetisers. Tako r^o 

I am distribntlne Cards, €ii 

Handbills, etc., on the route between nere 
ramento—both by the Valiejo anid Stockt< 
including all way towns, and am prepare 
tribute all kinds of Advertising matter 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms moderi 
dress JAMES HAKKAHAN. American 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.— I can ref< 
mission to the proprietors of the Amo: 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fig Alt 
manner lu which I d< their \vork. 



Palace Opera Ho 

Corner Mission and New Montgomer 



C3 jsexa. f OX- «la.o 9eAi 



Ladles and (;outlenien of ar 

edged abili'y desiring permanent enpi 
Specialty Artists and First-Class Variet 
will please address or apply, from 11 to , 
above, to MATT KEI LY, Stage ^ 

N. B. Wanted immediate y a FIRS 
STACK MACHINISr and a GOOD PR 
MASTER. 



.A,. IBXTZXIL. 

DBlICiGIST A.\D CnEMIS 

SOLE AGENT OF 

n.._.j>. c^^xt.,^ lfA,l«H 



m SANTA 

'ROCHES 

igthen the Voice and 
Relieve Cougb. 

SEARBY. DRUGGIST. 

9 Market St. 

te IJildwin's Theatre; also, 
■I I'olsom and Fifth Sts. 




'Here, Tbere ana Everywhere." 



EstsbUabed 1865 



SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNE DAT. JUNE 74, IH16. 



IDE'S OPERA HOUSE 

klission Street, between Third and Fourth. 

K W. BERT Lkbskr and Maxaokr 



lARn.ETT 




IVIC 

■a? 



Week and Unabated Success 

OF THE YOlSti EXGLISU TKAGEDIAX, 



«X9 



30. 



rtl CSUNT <3 3L. 33 



3 



IN HIS ORIGINAL, IMl'ERSOSATION OF 



¥IB FIFIi 



>r, The Battle of Agincourt 

[EXRY V GEORGE RIGJCOLD 

<;i<Kter I brothers to the I Mr. Krnsi-r 

Ii)<lf»r«l I King I MP. loreloil 

rvtUT Iinole lo ihe King J. H. »iiis»ii 

Vi>rk Cou!>Juto (lie 14 tug Mr. Ilt-rbt'rt 

.allisbury ■H""','^?."*''' 

» osl murvlund •• »» likes 

»iir«lcK ii"*''.'. Morloj 

■o]> uf Cantei bury Jlr. Menu o-h s 

t Ki> "r. Scyloii 

finnbrltlge I conspirators against I y. •'V^^Rirrf 

"" •"■y'".^!'.".'!';;:::: I of«rs in KinJ ::::;::i,r i;?,Xie 

•18........ ....■...:.....: I Henrys Army | j^ „_ ,y,^,,, 

'' Will. Sealleif 

. , , ■ <'. Ley (on 

..... : L. Paul 

.... Soldiers in King Henry's Army I CIia«. Howe 

g <". .Morelll 

,r , .'.'.Mr. GoIcKhwaile 

I Forme^y Servants to Filstaff, I <i!eora;e (ouliill 

ll Now Soldiers in King I Wm Siiiiiiis 

I Henry's Army. I John. lark 

lcrvan( (o (he above SlLss Gerile Urnnville 

I Mr. Morton 

lior'. from fhas. TI Mr. Seurs 

k'l Kins of France «Tias. Allen 

..llic Itauiihln E. J. Buekley 

Burgundy ..Mr. KuTnor 

Orleans W. ». !>ha« 

Uourbun Mr. ItalloKtou 

1 i-oldlcr Mons. A. Maynaril 

(able ot FriUice H. M. Kro«n 

>s ... I Tj I. T 1 I Mr. Blackbmn 

B. ....... I French Lords | „,, ni„„ bi ay 

r of ilai-nenr C <;a lli>« ay 

F a French Herald Cba» Kilmonds 

op of BourgCH Mr. Bertram 

Katberlue Miss Mary Yoimi: 

ilckly (Pistol's wife) a Hostess 

Mrs- Ciias. Eduion«l8 

ttuecn of France Mrs. .\ortoii Bush 

as Chorus Miss Annie Firiiiin 

I lady attendant upon the Princess Hatherluc 
, Miss Amy Kliiott 



tome ol s-ceues, JrC-vetits. fete. 

Scene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2-EASTCHBAP, LONDON. 

the Boar's Head. Scene 3- The Beach at Southamptont The En- 
at Anchor. 

FRANCE. Scene 1— A Ro«m in the Palace ot Charles VI. Scene 
lish Entrenchments at Harfleur. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 

Scene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUR ! At the Breach ! Signs of a 
lict. Scene 5— The French Palace at Rouen. A View in Ficardy. 
.Scene 1— The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night. | 
he English Line. (Night I 3-The Dauphin's Tent. 4— The En- 
)n at Agincourt. 5— Part of the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU. 
CLE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains of Agincourt. 8--After 

-Scene 1— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

FRANCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. 2— A View 
rom the Bridge. 3-INrERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
ieremonyof the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherine 

aee Wedaesday Afternoon. 



3V 

Manufact'rs 

of Jewelry 

and Dealers 

inDiamonds 

and 

Silverware, 

.\o. 904 

.Market 

■Street, 

near 

Corner 

Stockton 

Watches & 
Jewelry 
Repaired. 




Cm 
■ 

H 

OS": 

H a 

^^ ^ 






33 A.Tj3Z> A7\7"I2Sr 'S 

ACADEMY OP MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell 

LAST NIO'IIT OF MR. MAUKRE STlt.\K()SCll's CI! WD 

II 
Mile. ANNA DE B ?LOCCA 

Asristcd by the Eminent Yoniii; ■|\i.(>r 

And the Famous Vonn^ tari.one, 

Tl'.e wholu under the Dirociion of 

MR. MAURICE STRAK08CH, 

Who will prcsidj at the Piano-Forte. 

The Fifth and LAST CONCERT mil lake rl.-»ii 

Thursday Evening, June 15 

With the followiiiij carefully selected Programme 

Br the OIt<'B>/«iTRA 
..Verdi 



.ThoBiaR 



1— O v«rtiire 

2— The Grand Aria from "Don tiarlos' 

»1«;. TAGLIAPIETItA 

3-"0 Salutarls," from the Messe Soleuelle Ko««lai 

(Sung in Latin.) 
MLLE. BELOCC.l. 

4 -Bomanza from "Mignon'* 

M. TOM HAUL. 

5— "Dcr Wanderer" lied Srhnbert 

(Sung in German.) 
MLLE. BELOl'CA. 

C— Duetto from ".Martha" Flotow 

M. TOM H.AKL and Stii. TAGUAPICTBA. 

'Ditcg niol belle eiichnutresse" G«4ldar« 

(A beautiful now French song— siing in French.) 

8— "Home, Sweet Hume" Klshop 

(Snug in English.) 
MLLi;. BKLOCCA 

JE»-a».i=fX' a I. 

O verl ure ORCHF.STK A 

1— "La stolia eonflflcute" BMbaadI 

SIG. TAGLIAPIETMA. 
3— Berceuse from the opera "La Vie iiour le Cear" GUnra 

[Sung in Russian.) 

4— Arietia Spagnola, "Di que me anicrcg df Vilanova 

(Sung iu Spanish.) 
MLLE. BELOOIA. 
5-BalIad, "Then Yon Will Krmember Me," "nofaemlam 

Gtrl" BaUc 

n. TOM K liCL. 

6-The Brilliant Prlccl Valsr BIcel 

(Sung in Italian.) 
MLLE. BELOCCA. 

Wedding Mar«h ,,. McndAhsohu 

OIUHKSTKA. 

Mir_(iEa_T^^EVANS^.^;_^.^^ ^.^.^.^.^. ■^■^■^^^.^. ._. ._. .^ .^ .^ . X'ON pi-otok 

The Piano used at these concerts is the celebrated Steinway, furnished by 
M^ Gray, 3ole_agent_f or the I'a'-ific Coast. 

Saturday, at 2 P. M.. Matinee and Last appearance of MLLE. BELOCCA. 

SCALE OF PRICES. 

Dress Circle, Orchestra and Balcony $l 00 

Beservcd Ficais Fifty Cents Extra. 

Gallery 60 cents 

Private Boxes, $10 and $^0, accordluK to location. 
B jx Office Open Daily at 10 A. M. 



VOL. XXIU. 



A 
T 



M 



S^^B. 8 
STYLISH 

So* hp g( um nm M 
ouiu 

■rCAXX'K, PiMtial Hattar. 
M Third Mrt«C 



California Theatre. 



MR JOHN M. '11 [.,! ull 
MR ItAljTON HILL.. 






Sunday Evening, June 18th 

IB 33 IV ES I^ I T 

. i.j 

Miss MARIAX SINGER 

BILL OF the SEASON 

FRENCH, GERMAN and ENGLISH 
Opera, Operetta, Burlesqi^e. 

A Host Of Volunteers. 

Lischen and Frischen. 

Ml<i»* M4UIAN M^CMI and NO\H. <. tlflKBri. 



Kfcnnd Act d 



l©r FreLscliulzl 

For which Heir THEODORB HAIIF.LMANN hu bran ■ 

cn«»«ed. «|.o Ml>a nF.RTHA RflFMFR 

In atrnlrnnlal Rnaiiatt of ti|K-rialilr«. 
MISS MABIE StiirniVX TKRr<k|<HOIir4!S PHOPII.V 

The whole 'c, con('\.d-: with the N«k Local Duriftqu*, Tilt 

TWO OAR FANS 

From the fiidle pen of W. A MrATAYER. for which MISS KATV MAVIII W 
(by kind permisnion of John .MrOullo.f h. hu kindly T,,:<int»(rF<l. .Im M' r 
W Kcene and Mr Long and .Mr. M««tAycr a# tb« T«o CirhAfif. and (H.>rf .f 
the talented California Theatre foinpanj. 

£tosL Sl:toet INfo-^tr OpoaJk. 



Lce Opera House. 

' New Montgomery and Mission Sts. 

I. .COL. WILSONI Ass'isi.vsT..J. GRIFFIN.SON 

iAOER MATT KELLY 

Orchestr a ; JOE. GREEN 

ant Snccess of the Family Theatre 



MOST PERFECT ORDER PRESERVED. 



» WITH E.>TIIFMASTIC APPLAISE I ! 
ccd by the Public and Press the Most 
lete and attractive entertainment 
in the city. 



ETENINO JUNE 14 



THK <;aLIFOKMA 
alo 1MC1'»~- IS ^3' el •ff'»c>TXi>e 

iNTV BEAUTIFUL VOUWG LADIES. 

CHRISTY 

INTEP.IM OF THREE .MINUTES. 

3rand and Varied Interlude. 

E LOLA .~..I,\ nrB SP».«IALTII» 

ns and Itancc ...t'hrlstr and Willlitms 

LLINO double: TRAPEZE ACT— 

'"atrijra.nt Broi lleI-^!i. 

TxcA I*eiisi clG <3.GXM.:sc. 

tE. THKftE>K and M. HCH.MIDT. 




Patented Aug. IC, 1S70. 



Grand Eeopening ! 



AT THE OLD STAND. 



.Emma Martinez 



Id Fling — Miss Lulu Wilson 



a^xxjo I>-u.e-t. 



*•. . . Christy 



INTERMI.3SION. 



J. tl. <. OZNJDOIV 

l.\ UIS SPECIALTIES. 

THE CELEBKATEO 

RIG ft. NT FAMILY, 

(FIVE IN NUMBER), 

'?'''^1,^'!"'."'"*" *'"<' American HIppodromca and 
KN TUEIH SLARVELLOUS EVOLUTIONS 

To conclude with 

tACTERIHTIUlIK >. MenhUlophiles 
iierltc," .Mme. I IIEKESF A n. SCHMIDT 

In roUucinsj the Beautiful 

leaux Vivants^ 

^'ymplics en Iteiio.u; 
No. 2-Le8 GraccK} 

No. 3— Ics Bacchantes. 

SCALE OF PRICES. 

lc......»l 001 OrcliCMlra Chairs, 60 eentii 

25 cents I 4bll<li-('u 2,^ c«Mts 



Mapard & Jones 

HAVE REOPENED THEIR 

Magniflcet Shoe Parlor ? 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



Solo Agents for the LILY YOUNG. PRATf i 
BRACKErs Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Genuine except stamped with our Trade ilark; Sole 
AjfcnlB lor SAMUEL DUNBAll & GO'S. Fine Mimiea' and 
Children's Shoes, and GRAY BROS. Exlra-Fino I-a<lle»' and 
Misava' New York Shoes. The largest and finest et-'ck of 

LADIES' and MISSES' SHOES m the City. Every pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 

(SUCCESSORS TO BEERS ft MAYNARD.) 



Hew Olympic Variety j Buckley's Varieties. 



Southeast Coraor Third and Mission Streets. 

J. HARRINGTON Proprirtor 

Joa.vNY Tiers Stage Mamgrr 

IsADoRE Fkanb Musical Director 

RANriol.l'll Dl.xoN Scenic Artist 

Most Complete Variety Organization in the City 
30 PF.BFORMKKH 20 IICAI TIFl L TOI .NG LADIKf) 

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IL_HOWARD. Inlcrrogalor 

THIS EVJEMNO JUNE li 

Ihe Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 MiLUtei. 

Concluding with THE HTORM MARCH. _ 

Overture Orchestra 

Muy I_.eroy. 

Morris Welch ChnmploB fins 

Lawren<te Clirton .. And Ills (^nltar 

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ovcrtnre Orchestra 

I y<iln. I-lvln|r«.ton. 

ItlLLV WE.HT, the ChamidoD Bon- Mayor of Ih^ World 

.IH: MOBRIH W»L<n 

Lawrence <'linon... And ni> CalUt 

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THIS EVENING Jiifi). 14 

The Performanc* will OnmmfTM* irltit a 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

Finishing »1th the PLAXTATIOS WMN AR'rVNP 
Mrillri Orrrlnrr •rrh«a«r« 

Scenes in a Bakery. 

Mortimer Prtr*,... . .^ . ^. , Aw« >•»»» 

littiTe" general ! 

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»•■ ni«trlh>it. <1 K"' ibroiiihoul the CIW daUy^ 
BW8K rnuiilvAMMK for tt. loUowin* pl«» o' 

California Theatre: 
Wade's Opera House; 
Baldwin's Academy of Mnslo; 
Magulrc's New Tlieatrc; 
ftlagulro's Opera House: 

Piatt's Ball 
Buckley's Varieties; 
New Olympic Theatre; 
Palace Opera Ho use. 

"WKUNKSUAY 



..JUNE 14 



Amnseiueiits, Etc. 

Baldwin'* jlradrniT of Nnsle. 

Tho fourth Strikotch concert w»» giTon iMt night. 
U>« bouM beins ««" ""I fuhlonably ailsil Tb« 
1>rofr»iniiie contiiced mt«sI no»«Ui«». Hcrr Mau- 
rice 8tr»ko«ch haTlag ertdentlj come to the cod- 
cluilan that though there are beautiee In well known 
■angi. it might Iw aa wUl to present hu patrone 
with lomething that one doee not hear at every 
smateur and bencSt concert The aria from " Aida' 
aung by Turn K»rl and heard we belioTe. laat night 
lor the Srnt time In Sao Fraaciaco. hai a pleaa- 
«nt»i>i-./, but wlllnotllToailongaaniea'.of Veroia 
lileaaing nmlodiu-s Selectione from " Dlaorah ' 
were giren ul by lima de Murska, bnt the Ronde 
latt night wae new and nbowi how liKbt and charm- 
ing Meyerbeer - "gloomy Meyerbeor' -could wiite. 
TheMptttornl and asmpM only made ue long to 
liear the whole of thin opera, "hich seams so full 
«f beauties Mme Malibran s fevorite song of 
" lUtaplan. Tambour" was giren with rplendid 
susto by Bolocca. but noth'ng was made of "Mira 
cbe blanca !unA" Kosfini's sweet duet, as sung by 
the prima donna and Iklr. Tom Karl. A funereal 
aelection froai Itoslnl's ' Mease BoUnolIu " closed 
the prngrsmuo Tlio last ifvening concert will be 
Clven to.morrow night. 

Wade'* Oprra Ilonae. 

"Henry V ' in here in its Isst week "Lord Clan, 
oarty" uid Romeo and Juliet" are in preparation 
to fl;l oat Riguold A ongagouient who. by the hy, 
takes a benelit on Fndsy evening next. The usutU 
Memi-weeVly matinee this afteruoon. 
Ovcra lloaae. 

The burles<i«e on "Henry V." went much l)ett«r 
last nigbl. and wajt provocative of much amu^c- 
taent The newly arranged chorus to "The Little 
Ones at Home" 1) tho work of Goo. Evans we find, 
mad is another evidence of his art in harmony. 
"Neopolitaiou" Ifi Tills s ballad iu tho second part, 
and it a favorite* 

Maaulre'a Kew Tlirnlrr. 

The house wore it-t normal aspect last night, that 
of beint; full In the variety part of tho entortain- 
nent wc sho'ild not forget Mr Alfred fiston whoso 
Xylophonio feats are decidedly clever, add mater- 
ially to tho interest of the programme, and are 
evidently the fruit of much talent and long pa- 
kjeace New foaturen are being cen&tantly added 
Caliriirnla Tlicnire. 

The cooler temperature of lafit evening led people 
to look on warmth snd glow with more favorable 
«yes, and tho California was well filled in conse- 
queooe ' Henry V " every night untJ further 
aotlce Kome splendid lUeet printing for "Julius 
Caiear" has arrived and will soon be in the hands 
of the bill potter 

Mlw MDRor'ii Brtum. 

On Sunday evenicg next. Mis8 Marian Biuper. a 
young laJy of niurh virsatility of talent will take 

• oompllmentary iHiMdtat the California Theatre 
when a bill of unutunl attrsctivrref « will lie pro- 
duced, the full particulars of nhiili may be found 
JQ the prosramn e « nd space devoted to this i artic 
TiUr perfonnaace. 

BackleT'* Hrw Tartely Theatre. 

Another trip te Paris to sue tlie (?an (Jan was re- 
oeived lau nijM with marked favor The Little 
General and othtr favo:iti3 are on tho bills 
Kcw Olympic Tarlrly Tbealre. 

MIsa Vmole Welch sings "One of the Boys' to- 
night, the 'Can Can is contmued. aad on Saturday 

• new sketch by Tuors and Classical Pictures will 
be given 

Palarr Oprra Housr. 

An iuteiest4ng programme is oifered here The 
celebrated Watrigant family appear. Mme. Tharcse 
and Mons. Schmidt are on the bill, and a set of 
Tableaux Vivants are introduood 
Woodward'* Uardenn. 

Among the (eaturea of the variety petfemsnco 
Balurdsj and .Sunday arc Jeff and Salllc DcAngc- 
Us OA the Dutch lovers; the terptichorean wonders. 
the Allen SnUrs, Lupoils Aerial bar act. and Mile. 
Madeline's trspeae. A mammoth orcheatratlon 
oparates every day and the beautiful itanhopea 
Oevlatu la In bloom. 



■amagrn 

Of Amuementa, Excursions, Lecture, and 
OoBcerta, arc directed to the splendid Printme 
I*UMie,.raci>' ol B. F, Stcrctt, 632 Clay Street. 
over the San Kranciaco Market. The lanrcal row- 
ers, in Piain or Fancy Colore, are turnt 1 out in 
the Bhomst roesible ixoLCt of time. Also, Biau 
lUul ProKTanimia, Tickets, etc., c-tc., iirintcd to 
•uit the mojt lastidiou*. Mr. Stcrett keeps con- 
ranUy i.n h.ind a fli.e line of bright colored pa- 
pjis of evto shade, and the prices charged for 
tiie«i are v.ry little in a.l%Tuico of plain white 
paper. Streamers ol varioua sizes, from 18 to 42 
nchletlers. 'i. etock, of all colon, t i«per and 
inK. irn;atre Maiia«Br» arc eepecially inviud to 
^^'^r";f ■.">• ''\"' *'="-l"'o«-" Pruitinp House 
r»t^!rr . ''>' ""> I>fe»«'" proprietor in 1850 
•nd has keen In (mcoesanu operation ever since 

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«,f vo^iT.'.^ Montgomery or Kearny street to 
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class of poods considerably chea^ than in eitlur 
o-thescetreeuby calling at •%«" Ha Store 
«. Washington atreet, below Kcamy b^Je^' 

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THE WKE l'"R *' »««<>*' 

O, Isy them eannie doon, Jamie, 

An' t-ik' them trse my sicbt— 
They mind mo o' her sweet face. 

An' eporklin' e'e sae bricht. 
O, lay iliem saftly doon b«»de 

The lock o' silken hair; 
For the das-.in' o' thy heart and n.ine 

Will never wear thcis inair ! 
But O ! ye canna hide, Jamie, 

The voieo that lispfd yor name ; 
.\n' the wee bit hands sae aft held oot 

Wi' joy when )0 cam hame I 
Ye carina tsk' awa' the sinile 

That shone like simir.cr mom; 
An' the rosy niou' that socht a kiss 

When ye were weary worn I 

Tho eastlin' w nd blaws ca'ild, Jamie— 

The snaw's on hi 1 an" pla D — 
The Bowors that d»ck't my lamraie's »rave 

Are faded noo, an' jane ! 
0. dinna speak ! I ken she dwells 

In yon fair land aboon : 
Uut sair's tho sicht thai blln's my e'e 

That wee, wee pair o' ehoon ! 

A Bc»pe<lal»»f «'hnraf ter. 

Tbeatricsl i>eoi»le are yet laughing over 
a joke practised by John !.. Smith, the 
agent of the Vokoa troupe, while in Wask- 
ingtoD. The Vokes were doinj; tl>eir best 
to rather poor houses, for they were in the 
Capital durins the opening of the (Centen- 
nial, and tho tovrn was deserted. Smith, 
one of the most efficient agents, was in a 
high state of distrust. He does not suc- 
cumb readily, and iu the midst of bin dis- 
tress Henry Ward Beecher appeared to 
lecture. John L. determined to utilize 
Henry Ward. To this end he sent an- 
scrupulous emissaries throughout the 
hotels, clubhouses, lobbies, lunch-rooms 
and elsewhere to spread the intelligence 
that on that night Henry Ward Beecher 
was to visit the Vokes' entertainment at 
the theatre. Now it cost a dollar to hear 
Henry lecture, but for that sum every ene 
could enjoy the Vokes, and see the i»reat 
Brooklyn Pope at sue and the same time. 
The result was a crowded house. And the 
people were disappointed ? Not a bit of it. 

John li. invited John Chamberlain to 
tho theatre. Ue gave the famous sporting 
character a box. N"ay, this wicked man 
did worse; he inveigled Cbamijerlain to 
his rosm at the 'Arlington, and under 
sundry pretenses got on him a white 
choker. Sitting in a conspicuous place in 
the box, John < 'hambertain would have 
been embarrassed, bad he known how, at 
the way tho entire house turned and stared 
at him, for .lobn L.'s wicked emissaries, 
btjsy roving about in au utter disregard of 
truth and grammar, were saying "that's 
him," "that's him." This was pleasant 
enough till .John was wending his way out, 
when a fellow stared at him for some 
seconds, then said in an earnest way : 

"(^uss me ef I don't think him guilty; 
never saw a wuss countenance in all my 
life." 

"What's that feller making such re- 
marks about ? ' asked Chamberlain. 

"Because," responded John L. coolly, 
"he thinks you are Henry Ward Beecher. 
I don't know how it is, but the impression 
is general to night that you are the rever- 
end friend of the family." 

John Chamberlain says that when he 
gets near John L. again there will bo a 
vacancy in the tribe of Smith. 

"DInilli-i." 

"The event of the week ending May 10," 
says the Paris correspondent of the N. Y. 
IMimulic J\Vw.» "was the inauguration of 
the new Theatre National Lyrique, an 
event so long anticipated and so difficult to 
accomplish that all loTcrs of music felt 
happy it came at last, and that it has 
opened with one of the most decided muti- 
cal successes we have had in French music 
for many years. The Lyrique is, with the 
exception of the Grand Opera, the princi- 
pal 'subventioned' theatre of Franco, and 
the Goverament support will at all events 
always save it from failure with any kind 
of support from the public. I do not say 
too much, I believe, in pronouncing 'Dim- 
itri' the new opera of M. Joucieres with 
which the Opera House has been opened, 
as the most remarkable musical success 
since the first production of M. Gounod's 
'Faust.' I do not venture to say it will 
ever arrive at the great popularity of that 
work, but in idea and execution it is not 
much, if at all, inferior to it. The story 
of the libretto treats of that singular ro- 
mance of Russian history, the sudden rise, 
short reign, and fall of the False Deme- 
trius, the supposed son of Juan the Terri- 
ble. The subject is treated too mystically, 
no doubt, and there is far from being that 
satisfaction with the libretto which there 
is with the score, but this will not suffice to 
injure the popularity of the work. There 
are numerous i)«s8age8 in it of great power 
and beauty, while, iu at least three mor- 
ceaux, there is a pathetic and exquisite 
tenderness of melody whish will make 
them the rage of the salons for the coming 
year. I would not attempt to cover the 
subject of the opera in the limited space 
at my command, but you may rest assured 
that the more ihe work is repeated the 
more it will gain in popularity. On the 
first night all the celebrities iu literature 
and art were present, and also the Presi- 
dent of the Republic. There was, how- 
ever, a notabU absence of fashionables, a 



JAN.4VSCHEK. iJi "MEWKA." 

A late number of the London World has 
the following: An adaptation of the trag- 
edy of "'Medea" has been presented at the 
Hpymarket Theatre for the sake of Mad- 
ame Janauschek, a German actress, who 
comes to England with an Australian repu- 
tation. The play-bill describes her as "re 
nowned," by reason of her having "so 
wonderfully mastered theEnglish language. ' 
Madame Janauschek possesers a deep con- 
tralto voice, of a vibrating and rather 
sepulchral tjuality; she speaks very del- 
iberately, with a strong accent, and a 
tendency to erroneous emphasis, clocely 
resembling in that respect other foreign 
players who have from time to time ap- 
peared upon the English stage. She is evi- 
dently an actress of experience, is by no 
means deficient in force, and is indeed 
capable at times of a certain intensity of 
manner that excites her audience to con- 
siderable enthusiasm. The lady's method 
of repisentation, however, seems better 
adapted to melodrama than to classical 
tragedy. And it must be confessed that 
"Medea'' is rather an exhaustive work. 
The success at one time enjoyed by the 
tragedy in this country was due less to its 
own merits than to the fame of Ristori ; 
as a burlesque it thrived greatly, owing to 
the genius of Robson. The leading char- 
acter has since been essayed by various 
actresses— by Miss Bateman, Miss Avonia 
Jones, Miss Heraud, and others— but with 
unsatisfactory results in eveiy case. The 
Haymarket Company as at present consti- 
tuted is hardly competent to undertake 
tragic performances, and thus Madame 
Janauschek does not obtain very adetjuate 
support MissB. Henii appears aaCreusa 
—the name of the Haymarket st.age acquir- 
ing the quadrisyllable form of Ker-e-us-a. 
Mr. Howe personates Creon, Mr. C. War- 
ner undertakes the part of Jason, thereby, 
it would seem, involving himself in not 
less discomfort than he inflicts upon his 
audience. 

.Sonic Verbal Blunders. 

Verbal blunders of the Mrs Malaprop and 
Mrs. Partington kind, says the New York 
Trth'^ne, have been invented ad nfiustam: 
but they are never so funny as the simplest 
originals. The Indiana Congressman some 
years ago, who wrote about his speach hav- 
ing been "damnably mucilated by the 
press," did better than either of the old 
ladies. There is a Western New Yorker, 
who always speaks of ''Herculanean 
strength" and stopping at the "Metrollopan 
Hotel :" and a man in Michigan who suf- 
fers so from the "moralogy" that he some- 
times becomes "nearly unoon*hewous;"and 
a lady iu Connecticut who ordered her 
house built "with a refrigerator iu every 
room," as she wanted it thoroughly 
warm during the Winter. But all these 
examples fade into nothingness beside the 
havoc made with scientific and medical 
phrases by tho common people of Paris, 
according to the last number of Le Temps. 
They cannot all be translated, but a few 
of the most comical are equally intelligible 
in English. For instance, balsam of opodel- 
doc is called "balsam of Paul de Kock," 
an emollient cataplasm a "humiliant cata- 
plasm," and polypus of the nose "Hippoly- 
tus of the nose." HuHe de ricin (castor 
oil) addresses the common ear as "huile 
d'Henri Cinq," and as there has been no 
Henry V. yet, tbey correct the supposed 
blunder by calling it the "Oil of Henry 
IV. !" Sirup of Ipecacuanha, through a 
resemblance of sound to certain abbrevia- 
ted French words, is known as "sirup of 
pips cooked at Naples." The crowning 
instance, however, is "delirium tremens," 
which term the people, not comprehend 
ing, have undertook to explain for them 
selves as le delire Whomme tres mince — 
"the delirium of a very lean man !" 



SADDLE BOCK. 

Emrrson CORVILLE is tlie name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster tame ! 
He has the finest ever bred. 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oysters stew'd, or O.vsters roast, 
Curried or Fri-<l, ulikc's his boast ! 
To ConviLtb's famous Saddlk Rook, 
The fashion of all Frisco Hock ! ! ! 

At 415 Pisx Stuei'.t, mind. 

This noted rci.dozvous you'll find, 

Elkoant Private Rooms are there 

T ) accommodate his tatrons fair. 

Who, as they ta^e ilie«r Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the while, 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saddle Rock. 

Emrrson Corviule is, to-day, 

Lar^ost In)j>orler on the Bay, 

And the whole trade upon the Slope, 

Admit that none ^^•ith him can cope 

And then for Clams,— soft or hard tnell, — 

Lobsters and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and eiay, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the f;imous Saddle Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pal. Ale, and Guinness' Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bright Champagne the finest brand ; — 
Tea, Coffee and Chocolate always on band. 
Visit CoRViLLB's but once— at all others 

you'll mock, — 
For there are n^ne can compare with the 

Saddle Rock! 

Emerson Corvillb's Saddle Rock Otstkr Saloon, 
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on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and is 80 
feet on K street hy 160 deep, running to the 
alley in the rear. The Theatre is a very good one, 
and is well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between §500 and $600 per 
month. It would cost about SM.OOO to build a The- 
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this desirable property can be boucht for §33,000 
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ARMOR, comprising Helmets, Breisfrplates, Lam- 
berquius, Wristlers. Armlets. Tights. Sandals. Tu- 
nica, Togas, Shields, Combat Swords. Spear Heads. 
JOHN H. MoOABE. 
my26-lw 235 Kearny Street. Room 13, 



RUSS HOUSE SALOON. 

No. 313 Monteonier}' Strrcl, 

Russ House Block San Francisco 

R. B. STEWART, Proprietor. 
N. B.— Saloon open all night. ap25-t{ 

THECAPE DES ARTISTES 

Corner of Bush and Dnpont Sts., 
Under the Poodle-Dog Restaurant. 

(Sumamed the French Hercules), Proprietor. 
Tbe Best Quality of Mines, Liqaor^, 

and Cigars on hand Billiards. ,— . qo15 



TailBf & toil 

BOOK & JOB CO/I COMMERCIAL 

P R I NT ERS, WW^ ȣAB M0NTQ0MEB7 

apl5 



rhe Green Boom. 

This popular reeort of the profeaeion and al 
tpicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It haa Just been beautifuUv frescord and ia 



LINOSEY & OESTERREICHER, 

Real Estate Agents and House 
Brokers, 

339 EEARNY STREET. 
ITill take full charec of propertT for 

parties wishing to leave the State, and will give 
bonds if required. By permission we refer to the 
following named gentlemen : A. J. ICUl'ANT, 
Mayor ; W. P. HUMPIIKETS, Surveyor; .1. 
WIELAND, Brewer ; JOHN <'ALVEKT. 
Builder: FRANK KAITCE, Capitalist. myl9-tf. 

Tivoli Concert Gardens, 

N. ». cor. Salter and Stockton sis. 



ZIMMERMANN 

GAHDEI 

OAKLAND. 

The IHanaiEenient of llie abov« 

respectfully announce to their frienc 
public generally, that these Gardens 1 
gone e.Ktensive and elegant repairs, ha 
large and very fine 

DanciDg atd Musical ] 

which has been thrown open to he i 
nuraerouB other attractions, such as SI 
leries, Bowling Alleys, Swings, etc. A I 

Orchestra and i 

Will be in attendance every Su 
day and evening. 

All Alameda Trains sto|> at cc 

and Ellis St.s., near the tiai 

SIMON & BRECK, Pr 

ADiniSSION. 35 CENTS 

P S.— Special Terms made with So( 
for Picnics. 

JUST ISSUED-200th ED 



ANHOC 



REVISED AND CORRECTfiO BY THE . 

E. DE F. CURTIS. M. B.. et 

A Nodical Essay on tlie Cause 

A premature decline in man, ehowing 
itJ lost and how regained. It gives a cXi 
of the impediments to marriage, the ti 
nervous and physical debility, exhaust 
and all other diseases appertaining thej 
suit of tv/enty years saccessful practice 

CURTIS ON "MANH()OD.% There 
her of society by whom this book will n< 
useful, wh' ther he be parent, preceptc 
ina,r\.— London Times. 

Price— One Dollar, by mail or expres 
the author. DR. CURTIS, 5«0 Suttei 
Postoffice Box 33*, San Francisco, Cal. 

RUPTURE 



Use no More Metallic Tm 

"ifo roore sviffcring from Iron Hoops 

Ispring?. 1>R. ROWE'S PATENT 

iTIC TRUSS is worn ^vith ease and < 

^night and day and will, and has pe 

^radical cures when all others hav 

jReader. if yoii are rujttured, try 

iDR. ROWfS comfortable elasi 

lances; you will never regret it, 

IeLASTIC TRUSS COMPANY. 

Jramento street. 

LOST US, HAVE 

WELL YOU CAN FIND US 

No, 25 Kearsi; 

Between MarVet and Po 

With a Fine Line of CLOTHS to be 
the best style, under the regular pnces. 
assortment SHIRTS and i URNISHII 

BENEDICT He SMITl 

Formerly at iVo. 3 Second S 

rarl4-tf 

THE PERFORAl 
FRICTIO^SAL B 

....FOR.... 
Rheamatism, Lumbago and 
Complaint. 

It is All Elastic and Perforated, has 
qualities of the Porous Plaster, and s 
affected parts at the same time. The I' 

Elastic Support ] 

Is uneqtialled as an Abdominal and Spii 
rtther for ladies or gentlemen, and is hi 
mended by all physicians as the best su 
presented to ihe public. 

Orders received for DR. ROTVE'S 
TRUSS, for the radical cure of RUPTI 
605 Sacramento Street, San I 

Send stamp for Circulars 

MASONIC TEMPLE B 

NO. 10 POST ST.. SAN FRANC 

Taiior, Hot Air, Steam, T,] 

Chemical, Sulphur, Mercxurial, Acid. A 
and other Baths, for the preservatioi 
and Cure of Invalids. 

OXYGEN INHALATIONS. — Fo 
Throat. Lung, Nervous and Mental Disc 

"SOLAR RAY SURGERY.'-Rem 
Marks, India Ink, Moles, Abnormal G 
discolorations. 

Dr. BROWN'S REMEDY FOR C 
Prompt, efficient,. and almost painless, 
desperate cases are invited. No Pay re( 
a cure is effectetL 

DR. D. C. and MRS. MO 

my25-3m 10 Po 

^AN FRANCISCO B 

Hairdressing EstablisI 

636 TTashlnston street. 

below Kearny. PRICES REl- 
DUCED: Baths, 25 ceuta. Shav^ 
ing, 25 cents. Hair cutting. 25 
cents, Shampooing. 25 cents. 
Medicated BathP. se 3-tf 



4 



FLORENCE SAL 

N. W. Corner EU1§ and Pow« 

BEST BRANDS OF 

Wines, Liquors & C 

W. E. ROGERS. Proprietoi 

OEOROE MAYES, 
Dealer In Oysters, Clams, andj 

aU kinds of SHELL FISH. Stalls Nos.1 
to, 41. 42. California Market, entrance 
on California street. 

Public or private parties and famUI< 
from 6 A. M. to 12 p M. Ladies' and G 
Oyster Rooms open from 6 a. M. to 12 p : 



Books Bous"] 



IBA SANTA 

ROCHES 

igthen the Voice and 
Relieve Cough. 

SEARBY. DRUGGIST. 

9 Market St. 

In Bililivin's Theatre: also, 
er rSisom and Fif.h Su. 




'Here, There Mid SvexTwbere." 



EatablMhed 1885 



SAN FRANCISOO, THURSDAY, JUNE 15. WI8 



VOL. XXIII. 



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s^^m. 8 

■• »X)B A.,.. 

STYLISH : 

lJo»i.pof til, Rert Ma, 
CWla* 

■cCAXX'K. riMUoU au»m. 
UllUrd Mtwt. 



IDE'S OPERA HOUSE 

lisslon Street, between Third and Fourth. 

;K W. BKUT Lbsskk AND Manaokr 



Week -and Unabated Success 

OF TUK YOUNG ENGLISH TK.\GE1)I.\N, 

30. rLI03>JrOIL.a3 

IN HIS OIUGINA'. IMI'ERSONATION OF 






f HI WIWTE 



*r. The Battle of Agincourt 

KXRY V GEORGE RIGXOLD 

i:iostrr I brotbers to the I Mr. Frnscr 

Ui'Urord I KiDg I Mr. Lorcton 

Kvcii-r r.ncle lo ibe King J. II. »lii»«ii 

k«rk foiLslu «« «lic King Mr. Ilorlicrl 

ili.UiirT ....: *'.'■• ,bri'."'-* 

rslniiirclnnd • • ••»• JjHko^ 

iirwlcli ii""";. '•"••'<■.> 

oporcantetbnrj Mr. Moa<lo«s 

Kly .Mr. >r.vii>ii 

■aiubr'uixe I conspirators against I ii^F^^Rirli 

r.;ray ;.•.;..;;■: I ""> ^'"« I •::::::.-.-.:Mrri»«y/^J! 

as tr,.ln,rbau.. I officers, in Kin. I :::;:;;|,»-^/,«|l>X 

U'.... ..........■......: I Henrys Army | j^ „, „-,,,,, 

...""■' Wni. Scitllou 

*'. Lrylou 

■; >'. L. Faul 

... Soldiers la King Henry's Army 1 Chiw. Howe 

1 «. MorcUi 

f" Mr. (ioUHhnsiitn 

....... I Formerly. Servants to Fa,lsU«, | «eorse I'osblll 

I Njw Sol'liers in King I Win. Sliiinis 

I Henry's Army. I .Inliii.lack 

ervant to Ibe above Ml»« «erUc «;ranvillo 

Mr. Mcrluii 

iofi'rroni Cba«. Tl i^Mr. Setirs 



.KInE of France. 

the Dauphin 

BursiiiKly 

tlrlraus 

Bon r bun 

^oltlicr 

table ot France 

* French Lords * 

of iiarflenr. 



.Cha«. Alien 
E. J. BnrkU-y 

Mr. Kainor 

W. W. .Shaw 

Mr. Kallestoii 

SlanH. 4 Maynard 

H. M. Brown 

....Mr. Blackburn 

Mr. Mowbray 

_ C. iialloway 

French Her.iid..' Chax Ednion«l» 

>p of Bourgi« Mr. Brrlrani 

kalberine Mbt» .Mary loans 

Ickly (Pistol's wifel a HosteiM 

.Mrs- Chas. Kdmonds 

Itari-n of France Mrs. .\orlon Bush 

as t'liorus Miss Annie FIrnilu 

lady atteudant upon the Prinrcss Katherlne 

.... ............. ^ . ^. ._. ._. ..■■ V-- ■-•■■■ 1 ■ ■-• j' 'yJ^ts^S-lUsH 

tome ot S'cenew, iLvents. Jfc-tc, 

Icene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2-EASTOHEAP. LONDON, 
the Boars Head. Scene 3— The Beach at Southamptont The En- 
kt Anchor. 

FRANCE. Scene 1 —A Roum in the Palace ot Chirle.i VI. Scene 
ish Entrenchments at HarHeur. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 
8cene4-SIEGE OF HARVLEURI At the Breich ! Signs ot a 
ict. Scene 5— The French Palace at Rouen. A View in Pioatdy. 
Scene 1-The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night.) 
le Eugli,?h Line. (Ni^ht I 3 -The Dauphin's Tent. 4 -The En- 
n at Agincourt. 5- Part <t the Field of Battle. 6-TABLEAU 
'LE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains ot Agincourt. 8-After 

Scone 1— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

FRANCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. 2— A View 
•om the Bridge. 3-INri;RIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
aremonyot the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katberine 

lee on Saturday Afternoon. 



X 
T7 



O 

.Vlanufact'rs 

of Jewelrj- 

and Dealers 

inBiamonds 

and 

Silverware, 

.^o. 904 

Market 

Street, 

near 

Corner 

Stockton 

"Watches k 
Jewelry 
Repaired. 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

Market Street, botwoen Stockton and Powell. 

m0S;JIAGUIRE_;____^ 

L.\ST NIGIIT OF MR. MAUKICF. STKAKOSCElt; (.HAM) 

I) t m ¥ n n rk T^r g^ x? " 




Em 

O 
I 

H 



© S-. 

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3C I 






Mile. ANNA DE B^LOGCA 

A»:i»t«d bv the Eminent Youii^- Trior, 
And the Famous Y.)un< 



And the Famous Y.)un< i n, 

Tlic whole uiuler the Direeliiii o! 

MR. MftU<^ICE 9TRAK08CH, 

Wh 1 will presid' at lh« 'Piann-Forte. 

The Fifth aiul LAST CONCERT will inlte v^nrt 

Thursday Evening, June 15 

With the following CArcfuUy selected Programint ; 
X".A.I*.T I. 

l-Ov«rtar« By Iho ORCHFATBA 

%— The lirand Aria from "Don Carlos" VrrdI 

It.. TAC:i.iAPIt:TRA. 

3— "O SalntariM,'' froBi the Me^iic »<»lenelle Uoaslal 

(Sung in Latin.) 
MLLK. BELUICA. 

4 -Bomanza from "nicnon" . .Thomifi 

M. TOM HAKL. 
5— "Der Wanderer" Lied Sehol>«rt 

(Sung in German.) 
MLLE. BELOCCA. 

6— Duetto from ".Martha" Flot*w 

M. T(*M KAUI> and »l<>i. TAdLlAPlKTBA. 

T— "DitC8 niol bellr r nrhnn trrsse" iioddart 

|A beautiful new French song—sung In French.) 

8— "Borne, Sw ect Home" Bl»h«i» 

(Sung in English.) 

iWLi,i-2^jtyjLor«]A. 

Overi ure .OBl'flFATB A 

"La Stella confldente" Babaudl 

Kit;. TAKLIAPIETKA. 
3— Bercense from the opera "La Vie pour le C^ar** Ulnra 

(Sung in Russian.) 

4— Arietta Singnola, "Di que me quir.res dl" Vllanora 

(Sung in Spanish.) 
HLLE. BELUI CA. 
5 -Ballad, "Then Yon Will Bemcmber Me," "HtoheniUn 

«lrl" BaUe 

M. TOM KiUL. 

6- The Brilliant Price! Valse Ble«l 

(Sung in Italian ) 
MLLE. BELUCCA. 

Wcddine nar«h ,>, Mendelssotut 

tmriiljiTKA. 

MR. GEg T KVANS^^^^^j.^;^^ 

The Piano used at these concerts is the celebrated Bteinway, furnished by 
^^- ^r^ y. ?*^le_*^ent_tor_the_Pa_iftc_(>'ast 

Saturday, at 2 P. M.. Matinee and Last appearance ot MLLE HBlXiCCA. 

SCALE OF PRICES. 

Dress Circle, Orrheslra and Balcony Si M 

Ke^erved t^eals Firty ienis Evtra. 

Gallery 60 cents 

Private Boxes, fBlo and A"0, accordtns lo location. 
Box Office Open Daily at 10 A. M. 



California Theatre. 



MR .tOIIV M..11 I.I.dt lill 
MH tlAKTiiS Mil. I. 



1> «> \ . I I ■, 



French, German. English 



COMPL»M£riTARY BENEFIT 

Sunday Evening, June isth 



The |>erformanc. »lll rimmmcf .;ih (iKFtNKAt IIT l>»tithiful Oi.Trl4a. 

LieschenandFritschen 



Mr.Ht nrn 

■''rllix'tiru 



>IAKIt\ olM.IK 
. H..Bt. M«i<l 



Inatentenalal Bonqnrt mt tiprrimlUr*. 



ACATHE 

Max 

Aniiehm 



il«~ >l « Ki t N >IM.( ■ 

1|U« HfM-MW 



TVrA. FLIES SKXTIkaij^I^ 

in \tm Daarr*. 



The Hhc'le til xmriu.!.: with, tor Ibc fir>l liiiip, ■ New l^mU norlHi^af, Iroat 
the |K>n of W A MKSI AYtR. (r.ltllvd TIIF. 

TWO OAR FAKS 



Txvo 



IN witini niP. 



Calfornia Theatre Company! 

\ \ k;r,.l I .-IU1!MI«.1 t.l .HiiiN Hi' I'LlXllUII. h»»f k 

rcnfenwj to appvw, 



im^t.KV F.T 1 The Two Car Fan* 
i.W»l7.A I (Two Urpbans.) 

.>! oih e r Froorhard 

«Ol\l 

rartinrs (wbob^ khwlly Tv>lual«««4). 

■*eei 



{.- 



A. Nl-T tt I ■ 

^. l.uMU 

..tiMrrT 1%**,l» 

, T. W. hi ».»»; 

■!•• ItBllr Najhrw 

, 1ll«a«>r>U «*<•«• 



I'icard *iU« ABHir nim 

.Mary Ann J. ». KIM** 

iUEVALit.B Ml*f> It4lll«« |k| %cr« 

Convicts, P«Uceai«Mi. Caartlcn, etc. 

Durl'K 'he hurlcK|ue a new ssg and dan r, «r It. n fiprM*; lof M.aa 
Katv .MATiin, rniiii'd "I'LL IIK DAK I ILL KK l>\R: aili W tn tra- 
duced l.i .MI-S KATY MvYIIEW and W A MK.SIAVKH 



The Piano Uf4d m lhi« ofrafion l« Ihf (;I'U,I> PI A So. i'tftmt' 
lion," JA.'<1 K MMirii. iirn»r»l Ar'nl. 109 RW>f»WHi • Ir 



fe9l>OOt X'Si O'V^T' «_*130KA. 



,ce Opera House. 

New Uontgomery and Mission Sts. 

;..C0L. ■WILSON I Assistant.. J. GRIFFIN.SON 

Aa«R MATTKBLLY 

OacaBsTRA JOE. GREEN 

^whelming' Success 



FIRST APl'EAKANCE OF 

7ES1VO JUNE 15 



THE (JALIFOKNIA 

;»T¥ BE.IUTIEI/L YOV.N'G LADIES. 

....„^...^HBI8TY 

INTERIM OF THREE MINUTES. 
irand and 'Varied Interlude. 



r, i.oiA 

ns and IKinrc 



...l> lilK SPK iAl.TiF„S 

tlirlKt.v ami Willlauiit 



LLINO DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT 

''sLttclfsa.nt. B rot hers. 

IK. TliKICK>K and M. ^CIIMil»T. 



.Koima .Martlnex 



Id Fting M iss Lul u Wilson 



...And , 



;^^^^^^^^^^^^.......^^^...„^..PHIlO.MENA 

; UARIE AUGUSTINA -WATRIGANT 

ler world-renowned and unapproachable 

lious on the f^Aaclc-wlrc. 




Grand Eeopening" ! 



AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard & Jones 



Uew Olmpic Variety Buckley's Varieties. 



SoniiieftSt Comer Third and Uisston Streets. 

J. HARRI.S'GTO.N .....PRni'SiBriP 

Johnny Tiers i.,.n.ot4te M»i..K»r 

IsADORK FitANB ..'...,. ..Musical Dinctnr 

Ra.n iKjLrii Dixo.v Metric Arli«t 

Most Camplete 'Variety Organlxatioa In the City 
30 i>i:Rioi(Mi:ic4 2« nrAmri I. iot':\«. i.adif.h 

F-OXJirl 3I]JVX> JVk IBiNT. 

Tl,'EB8 A WBSr, Bones I KOSA ft WELCH. Tamlw. 
H HCWAED, Interrogator _^ 

THIS EVENING "^ jUNE 15 

The Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 Minutei. 

Oonclodjiif with THE HTf)HM MARCH 

Overture tlrehe«tra 

May Leroy. 

Morrill Welrh tlmmnlan tins 

La^vrruee Clinou And ilia t^aiur 

I >'<ltn. XvlvinsHton. 



N. W. coroor Koaray and Ptaa ttrvatsw 

JIM HOCKIN") * t)K<iK(IR prT»-ln ' ' mmrmtwrnm* 



■ ariiinRr 



J !.. .\ J_ i J 



^ .'4chmidl . .Wtw«»l I>ifwi. • 

THIS EVEinNO 

Th« PtrlofiiiMK!* will OrmtvMtxm "I* • 

First Part of Wit, Song and Furt 



Flniahinr »1th ih» ri.\yTATI.><« waik >.<•.■■' s 




Scenes in a Bakery. 

Mottiinsr I'nt* . A«< ^»»«»» 

LITTLE GENKRAL! 



Banln a«la 

H»Bl<».CO«l< •*!«« 
fR4BLI.T ftl(hlll*n> 



Ma r Ml 

n It I WMI H.R 



We Are Heventy-Five. 



Rosa... 



. ...W'ljit 



And 



Vtnnie "W^rlnh. 



INTERMISSION. 



J. K. <JOPWl>OIV 

IW niS^SPEClALTIES^^^^ 

THE CEI..EBRATEO 

RICANT FAMILY, 

(FIVE IN NUMBER), 
iclpal European ard American Hippodromes and 
IN THEIR .MARVELLOUS EVOLUTIONS. 

To conclude with 

tlCTEBISTHItlf: " ncnhUlophilrH 
iierlle," .fiuie. lilKUK»i: A n. »«:il.MIDT 

Iniroduums the Beaulilol 

leaux Vivaints^ 

N'yniphcH en Repo.<; 

No, !{— Led Ciraceiit 
,^^.^ . Ko. 3-Lc» Bac<;hanlc!t. 

vlll please rsmore their hats la Orchestra aud Dress 
TlVELY No SMOKING. 

SCALE Off PBICES. 
;•......»! 001 Orrh<-«lra Chair*. 50 rents 

.25 cen nj «hll«lr.n .?.-, ... nl« 



HAVE REOPKJJED THEIR 



Magniilcet Shoe Parlor I 



WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 



BOOTS AND SHOES 



..ON., 



Sole Agents lor the LILY VOUNO, PRATT ft 
BRACKErs Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

Nona Genuine except stamped with our Trad* Mark; Sole 
A(fent» for SAMUEL DUNBAR * CV)*S. Fine Mimics' and 
Children's Shoos, and GRAY BROS. Extra-Fine Ladle*' and 
Miatea' New York Shoes. The larKCft and flneat (took of 



X9X3T7^X:>a' o. 



ixji^n^' 



Harry Howard and his Banjo. 

JoH-xxxxy Tu-ers, 

Uvcrture Orchestra 

J .T<Iin. JLl-vlnsc-tnn. 

BILLY nrlnT, the Champion Hont IM»r»T fl th. w.»w 

JUi .... MUKBW W»Ma 

Lawrcnre < lirton And MU CalUr 

T. .J. JUeAn|cell»* 

Overtnrr Or»h»«Ua 

thbTSarber^Sho p 



MORIIttl II 



(tout. A%i» VAMT 



.AH*. 



Ml»l«. 



< 1 1 «•■■ 



Acrobatic Bontj aid ium-, ii>rr/ H»n»l* 

DCNTIST SHOP. 

Al>4 Utttml 



Rom. 

DIir.T 

Flln« 

•■l>Be or the ■•ys" 
Overture 



Walla 

riesia Kaia "Vi» ra«»»W«»" rata* Or**..!** 

■ALJ.«ji_ j-,:, ^^ -^:.^.^^^-^ _ -»*!!* ••■'■»■ 

Dutch BLXliAZO. 8onK« 

(amir IHiir •«• »»«h 

ALIKE AS TWO PEAS I 

TrVa A»< 



.LEBOT a*d Vinnitt «»F.i.4n 

fann* Wr'-lrr 

Vl>>l» Wl l< H 

llrrhrMiii 



Kil»ii< 

rarart tela "*' 

Rill to 
ll.l«t. 



mrmrt rmittT 



4IT>tl Hiliatwai, 
lit III v« tl I •• R 



The T-mro Cozniquesi 



* 



LADIES' and MISSf-S' SHOES in the City. Every pair 
WARRANTED GENUINE. 

(SUCCESSORS TO BEERS * MAYNARD.) 



FIro Minute* Inl«rinit»lon tn j(1t» Mib* t« mt »H*r» 
r..r Uic l!<.7«l 

FralitT. the Bellr nf the Card«>a, l,ll(a Barrlaf Ian 

ICirtiii; • tri" '.!>« '.f in* ii^la tl»T ibJ it in I'sili i 

We. LjkI"'- ' ■ ' •■■■ — ■■' "" • ''f 

Jnuiifo 

« I: ■ 

Mr Kl / 

bis wil.! I- '.*^.-i l.i; I..' 

Thin.s 

Mrs ritzwllllama wh 

alib bin) Id i*arls In sear'. ^ , . 

Pntcby ■ ~ ' "• ' r ' 

OaD.(;an dao<«rs, ladiM In waieni. hy <>nr Hh K*v Ladl«. m 
iraffol *»srT»**lr '"T thl« p'»e a. 



1:t K 'I )♦• »IT/»li I l*»t' ' •! ■•»• ..<>.< 

TRIP TO PARIS 

Reaal*. Ih» rarUl'" n-ii- 
«lra. f llswllllaai. 



, .«,.-*. T<«Jl>«» 




rH« oaoAN or AMVsxuvm. 

PBb'J^sd ie»erT Dv Id tbe YeK. b» 

— il — 

tm MrrclianI SIrrrt. briow MonlcCBlCIT 
Hau FranclKCU. 

»«• Di»tribiito.l Frw thro>i«hout the Cltl (UIlT- 
HoT't<K PRl'liKAMMK for iho (ullowing plaoMOl 

California Theatre: 
Wodo's Opora House: 
Baldwin'* Academy of Music; 
Magulre's New Tlioatre; 
Mairatre's Opera House: 

Piatt's Hall 
Buckley's Varieties: 
New Olympic Theatre; 
Palace Opera House 



M\EEUKG 9WA1N. 



THUK.SDAY JUNK 15 



Amusements, Etc. 

Wadr'K Oiirra Houiir, 

Tho DiHluro giron hero yell«r(l»y afternoon 
vomid Msm to iliuw tbst ' Hctnry V bu br no 
■nnni latt iU draiigbt. the bouM beUiK aplaBdiair 
•Urd The ettiindanfa. too. In the erenlDK. wu re- 
-mtrkable. when it la ronaidernl that thia it now the 
Bfth wefk of the piece, tlie third here and the aec- 
mnd at the liatifornia. 
0»era IIon«<>. 

The houM waa better hnc last uixbt than it baa 
keen for Home 'jme In Kmeraon'a sketch-act th..'re 
&r« now mtroducmltwoor three litt:^' character inii- 
taUons whi -h are all cood. that of Pat Roonjj be- 
inKtteb*:«t The burlM^ue goe«t much better now, 
andwbalvTor i>oint4 there are inittalie with thaaud" 
isni^ Jajtin Robllwon aa Rumor i<i a promlaeiic 
figure 
■asnlrr'a Kew Tbealrr. 

Mt-l>una]d, the pedestal Hkute-danoer, now fp- 
IMsarrt tii>(btljr and givea a tboroiigbly interesting 
aot ■Sj,iiilttu and Cronin am L-ridt-ntJy great favor- 
iUi-i witli tl;o public and will soon (:lTe other Hpeci 
J»eu44 of their talt-i^t, no obauru aa yet haTin; b''cn 
offered them of sliun-ini; what thej can do outride 
of "Lilt^ in a Teiicnic-iit " "riio Judgement of 
Paris" and "Klaine" orery nitfht 
Calir«rula Tbrnirr. 

"Hnnry Y ." is now in ita closing Dighta aa the 
-magnitlceut apeelarle «ill soon be withdrawn to 
make aajr fur anothir example of "dhakeapeare 
■ublljiely IlluatratccI • Those « ho attend "Henry 
T." at this house should not leave until the curtain 
liaa come down on the cathedral scene, that being 
the nio<t beautil 111 ard artiit'c of all the seta. 
Baldwin'* ArnilrinT of Miialc. 

The last tjtrakoaeli c ncert but one, wQl be gircn 
thia evening, Ulle Holocca's last appearance ia 
coDCaft being on .Saturday afternoon. Th-; pro- 
Cramme for tonight includes "La StelU Oonfi- 
dente " by 8i( Taiiliaijietra. and seven selectioal iu 
aeven languages by Mile Beloeca, the most nHsble 
being .^ Vr^eu*; from the o|>era of "La Vie pour lo 
CKir, ' an oKra by Uliaca tho Ruaaian composer 
MIm Sinsrr's Bonrlll. 

Huuday evening brnehts at the Callforaia Thea- 
tre are becoming veiy f&shiouable. On Sunday 
evening neat. Uins Marian Sinter, a young 
lady of much vemalilily of talent will take 
her complimentary t^ucUt at this popular theatre, 
■when a bill of iincitial atlractivtrcii will bo pro- 
duced. Inoluding "Llachenand Frl-.clivn" by Miss 
Marian Slager and Moua. C Morrall. the second 
act of "I)er Preisohul«," Mian Alice Harrison in 
Iwr sporlaltiej and a burl«u|iie of Mcstayeru en- 
titled "The Two Oar Kans ■ 
^^rklPT'g htw VarlelT Thealr*, 

The Llille fleneral, SmiT* "-^a"- CharlcB Kick 



Oh, cab with me, dearest, tlie boodlight m heabifj. 

la besbig io soft od the aea. 
And leg at thy lattice thy love has been dreabiu, 

Heed dreabiR. O Ircabig of thee • 
(Te-chce !) 

Beed dreabix. O drcabig of thee ! 

By bark od thJ hhi re, love, i» tcdorly rocking 

Bffuro rosy dawJ wc must floe. 
Oh, w..»e fff.b the osebcat a towel, a stocl-ig, 
To hib Ilia*, it wMitig for tiiee ! 

(Ti-chec I) 
To Lib that is wailig for thee ! 
Dod't Jo up thy bag-hair t Ti* buoh borea ro- 
badtlg, 
To led thcBC rich trcese* fload (re-. 
And dodn't delay log, for Tb perfectly fradtig 
To brave the sea-Wllow with thcc I 

(Te-chee I) 
To brave the 8ea-billi,w with thee ■ 

Ah,4iaste, darlig, haste, id is truly displeasf? 

To slad in wed grass to by de«, 
And evi ry wudoe id a while to be sneceig. 

While dreabig, O droabig of thee ' 
(Te«liee !) 

Yes! sneezig and dreabig of thee I 

Romanre and Beallty. 

One of the most beautiful actresses of 
the Paris Boulevards receiTed daily for 
about a month a little bouquet of violets. 
She found the bouquet in the box or with 
the doorkeeper every evening as the play 
was about to begin, and this simple otter- 
ing of an unknown love afifected her in 
spite of herself. While acting she looked 
carefully around at the boxes, the i>ar- 
quet and even behind the scenes but to 
no purpose; she saw nothing by which to 
recognize the man of bouquets. And there- 
upon she gave her imagination free run, 
and the imagination of an actress is very 
similir to that of other folks. Was he a 
foreign prince who wished to captivate her 
heart before plaaing at her feet his crown 
and treasure ? Or, was he an artist, too 
bashful to declare his passion '! She inter- 
rogated the box keeper, the tirewoman 
in short everybody employed in tho thea- 
tre but nobody knew anything about it. 
Still the boucpieta came. "Do they tell us 
that constancy is a chimera?" murmured 
she. One evening, as she entered the the 
atre, she received ajfresh bouquet of vio- 
lets, and this time the flowers were ac- 
companied by a letter. "At last !" said 
she, and opening it, by the light of a re- 
flector, she read m follows : "Mademoi- 
selle, I hve loved you for a long time, for 
is not beholding and loving you the same 
thing? Every night I come to admire you, 
to applaud you, to delight myself with the 
brightness of your eyes, and the charm of 
your voice." "He must be in the hou.se," 
thought the actress, and she peeped through 
a hole in tho curtain. The audience had 
just begun to ai^semblc. She resumed her 
reading— "Of your voice. You are indeed 
beautiful and charming, and happy are 
they who may approach you. What would 
I not give to be near you always? Would 
the treasures of all the world be worth one 
of your smiles? No !" "Ah, that is nice!'' 
she sighed; and turning the page she con- 
tinued : "N'o I and yet I dare to love you 



Frank Mortimer. Klmic and -Another Tri,, I -to ie'i y<^« ^^^^- ' '"^^^ y°" j**'" »<>«■ I 

venture to beg you not %<s reject my hom- 
age." " He begins to explain himself,' 
said she to herself, "and I shall know," 
and she continued : "My homage. If this 
expression of my love does not offend you, 
place this bouquet of vieletsinyonr bosom. 
Oh ! then I shall be the happiest of men!'" 
"Well," said she, "no signature, no name; 
but let us see. here is a postcript:" "P, S. 
—If you are curious to know who writes to 
you, look up to the fourth tier; my legs will 
hang over.'' The note dropped from the 
hands of the actress, and her arms nearly 
dro))ped from her shoiUders. 



to Pails." are all on the bill to-mcht. 
Kew OlTBiple TarlPly Tlieatrr. 

The Siiell Dancers. Jobi.ny Tueni. T. J De.\n- 
«ell>. May Leroy, I.ydi* Livingston and Kliza Har- 
rington appear Lvery night. On Saturday "A Bar- 
room in the Black Hilhi" will be given. 
ralacr Opora Oobm-. 

Uuie Watriyaiit makes hir Ari\ appearance haie 
to-nlgbt in her wonderful feata on the slack-wire 
The bill |j full of other a.tractloua aa well 
WiMidirnrd's Gardrnx. 

AmoHK the features of the variety perfermanoe 
Saturday and Sunday are .Jell and Sallie DcAnge- 
lia as the Dutch lovers ; the tcrpaichurean wonders, 
the Allen Sisters, Lupoils Aerial b«r act, and Mile. 
Ha<lclines lra|>eaa. A mammoth orchcatratiuii 
operatee every day and the beautiful Stnnltopm 
OevMt.i is io bloom. 
Nolea. 

A comniunioation from lot Angeles appeared in 
last .Saturdays KfiAno. purporting to show that 
Alt Burnet and eoinpaiiy were engaged for that 
city This is a mistake Thay have not been 
«ngj.-. d by any ni,,i.ag»r for Ixm Aagelea. but will, 
however, sloitly srpesr In aat city either at the 
theatre or Tuin Veieln Hall. This combination. 
«nder Dan Waldron (of the AUeshanlans) aa man- 
ager, baa been very successful through the Napa 
and Sonoma Valleys, will bo at Pcdwood Hih. 
Santa Clara ISih, San Jose Opera House Ilith and 
mil. and thence lo Oilroy. HolUster. SanU Crna 
•Ic. etc. 

Mr. and Mn. Jchn Tomnc* (Mra. Judah), re- 
turned from Lytton Rprirga yeit-.rday and last 
night occupied a boa at the California Theatre. 
Mr. Torrence ia alill a little shaky about Uie kne^a, 
but is ninety per cent b.-tter than when he left, now 
•one eight weeks ago. He will go baek for a seaaon. 
but SIra Judah will rimsiu in the city 

To.y Paalor'a agent ia in town. The troupoopena 
in a f i;w days at S.eramento thenoe to Sa-j FraacUco 
opening at Magxiires New Theatre on the 2Sth 

We were sorry to learn last night that Mr Xick 
Robert.. Manag,r of the Variety OombinaUon now 
a. Maguire-a. bad reciev.rt tl,e news of the sudden 



dflath of bin father at Cii 



einia'.i. a beraavemeat iu 



which ho has our sympathy 

Sandalwood 

, . ^ .. . .^ restoring to 

enibrane of ' 
ne^er f>ri<iueoe siekneeg, and is cer- 

'•"'\'.°V"'':i:.'^»-..''-f«t«oi-- 



Is tie nu.st powiiful medicine 
a tcalthy state the mniiis membrane of the 



ur.tha 
tain il 
scding tverr other rcniidy: Sixty canmlM ;.,„. 

n six cr .i, ht d.ys. Nu oih.r mtdt^e Si^T 
this. Durdss D:ck i Co.'a SoS ci™u|eT^„„ 

-aming 0,1 of Sand»l*ood.s..M at -KAoreS' 

^Vt!v>'^.'-t;k :?.r''nV° ^ '" '^ ■" ^-- 

Typaleui. ioncerl. 

w>A^J'*^?' Performancea, every niihl at tk. 
TlToU Gardens. nortt..ertS)merS„tSr^,i'^.i?w'' 



The I'oIIaleral I onn and SavinB^ Bank 
4'oinpuny 

This day announce tlircugh the coluniDS of 
KioAnf>. that a Lank has been opened at the cor- 
ner of Post aiid Kcaruy streets for the pun'ose of 
making' a specialty of Loaning Money on l.'ollateral 
Security, such as diamondii. pilver pUte. jewelry, 
etc., spbject to the leital rate of interest, namely, 
4 per cent- per month. Reference to the advertist- 
m- nt will satisfy every one that the Directory of the 
Bank Is compcnsed of wealthy and well-known busi- 
ness men whose uamce insiire confidence at a 
glance, and sr ' a guarantee that the nBnirs of the 
iiistilution will 1« conducted fairly and honorably. 
The bank itfclf is Eometbing that his loug been 
needed, and thobe who are unfortunate iu stocks 
etc.. will now have a hcuee of refuge. w 



Whut ia tho value of a life? Gold cannot 
miacurc it. Yet when menaced by a liolent 
couKb or colli, or any disease leading to curKuinp- 
tlon, a sintjie dcdla' invtstcd in Hale's Honey of 
Hurehuund and Tar will ui.c|ue«tiona>.ly preserve 
it. Pike's lootlinche Dr. ps cure in ouc minute. 

The Ijidlrs of Snn Frnnclseo 

Will bcgbd (o loam of the oiHining of first- 
class otticts at 'J Clay street, opposite Kohler, 
Chase & Co's, where they can be supplied with 
fit»t-cla«s Chi) ese domestic servants a» short no 
tice. We heartily recommend Messrs. King It 
Merritta8jf:ntlemcn who will study in every way 
to pie ise their customers. a 

Don't Uelii Piiy vther People's ncbts 

But go to the Piiniiture and Beddin;.; Store of 
J. A. Shatier & Co., 707 Market street, iiVarTliird, 
and save fully 25 per cant, by bujing of them. Their 
motto is : "Buy tui cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore thev have no bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tra nroft^< 

The Ajitclove Wyster Bon.se. 

Otir specialty, alv.iys the twet oysters in market 
served up in th., beat style of cooking'. Our 
Eastern transplau...* oysters excel any other in 
market Establiki.cd in 1864. Ko. 612 Market 
near Montgomerv. g 



Dr. Chas. C. O'Dosi-tbu, (late U. S. A.), offloe 
and residence 825 Kearay street. The treatment 
of women and children a, gpecialtv. z 



8TKAV HITS AKD 8TOI.EN BITS. 

An Irishman in this city aays his 
boarding-house keeper must be a chess- 
player, because she ''pawns" the boarders' 
clothes, and gives them "stale mate." 

When an American girl marries a China- 
man, John does all the work while his wife 
reads all the novels. What a celestial life! 
On the road to Kpson, a raustached youth 
on top of a drag, evidently ambitious of 
being mistaken for "an officer" thus 
saluted a fat coachman, who was gravely 
driving his master and family : "Holloa, 
you, sir ! where 's your shirt-collar ? How 
dare you come to the Derby without a 
shirt collar?" John growled forth without 
lifting his eyes from his horses, "Ow the 
doocc could I have a shirt-collar when 
your mother has not sent home my wash- 
ing ?" 

The "Centennial plan" for making horse- 
car conductors honest is to fire off a small 
cannon after the reception of each fare. 

A hotel ghost comes under the official 
bead of inn specters. 

A French giantess has married "the wan- 
dering skeleton," a wonderfully thin man, 
attached to the show with which she 
travels. She wanted a husband she could 
see through. 

"Why is it my dear sir," said Waifles' 
landlady the other day, "that our news- 
paper men never get rich?" "I don't 
know,' was the reply, "except it is that 
dollars and sense do not always travel to- 
gether. 

A celebrated gourmand onoe said : "To 
enjoy a stuffed turkey thoroughly, there 
should be only two present— yourself and 
the turkey." 

A correspondent entered an office and 
accused the compositor of not having 
punctuated his comrauuicatioB, whea the 
typo earnestly replied : "I'm not a poin- 
ter ; I'm a setter." 

A Cleveland Councilman voted in favor 
of putting new seats in the Council Cham- 
ber, because, as ha said, "when a chair 
slipped from under a member the pajjers 
said he was drunk." He wanted chairs 
that wouldn't slip. 

What is the difference between one who 
walks and one who looks up a flight of 
stairs ? One steps up stairs, and the other 
stares up steps. 

A shiftless woman- Eve. 
There is a rumor afloat that ladies in 
mourning wear black corsets, but its prob- 
ability was fitly characterized by a widow 
who exclaimed on hearing it, in the words 
of Polly Eccles : "Oh, the ignorance of 
these men !" 

Boss Tweed is said to be in Toronto. 
That's a good place to-run-to. 

In what key would a lover write a pro- 
posal of marriage? Be mine. Ah ! 

Dom Pedro is learning our language very 
rapidly. The other morning, as he laid 
down the New York Herald, he remarked 
that be had a few dollars to bet that some- 
body would knock the "stuffing" out of 
Tnrkey before manymouns had waxed and 
waned. 

A gentleman gave his serTant-Katd the 
following character the other day : "The 
bearer has been in my employ a year 
minus eleven mouths. During that time 
she has shown herself diligent— at the 
house door ; frugal— in work ; mindful — of 
herself ; prompt— in excuses ; friendly — 
toward men ; faithful— to her lovers ; and 
honest- when everything has vanished." 



SADULE UOl'Ii. 

Kmkrson CoRViLi.i! is the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster tame ! 
He has the finei^t ever bred. 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oysters stew'd, or O.vsters roast. 
Curried or Fried, alikc's his boast ! 
To Corville's famous Saddlk ItocK, 
The fashion of all Frisco flock ! ! ! 

At 415 Piss Street, mind. 

This noted rendezvous you'll find, 

libKOAST Private Rooms are there 

To accommodate his Patrons fa^r. 

Who, as they tn'^u thoir O.vsters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the while. 

At approbat iun oi the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saddle Rock. 

Emerson Corville is, to-day. 

Largest Importer on tlie Bay, 

Aiui the whole (ride upon tho Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

Atid then for Clums, — soft or hard bhell, — 

Lobsters and Crab.-^, all et.vles, as well. 

Folks, nijjht and day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the (.nious Saddle Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Palo Ale, and Otiinness' Stout, 
(The two best iir.es, without a doubt.) 
01 brl.,'ht Ch.iupLc^'ne the finest brand; — 
Tea. Coffee and Chocolate always on hand. 
Visit Corvillk's but once— at all others 

you'll mock, — 
For there are n one can compare with the 

Saddle Rock! 

Emersch Cobvillr's Saddle Rock Otstrr Salooh, 
415 Pine Street, opposite the Market. ck 

The Green Boom. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
tpicuree who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good Itinch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beauliiully frescord and is 
oow a modal of taste and elegance. Everybody 
goes to the Qreen Keom twtweea the acts. X 

Cloaks, Sacques, Lace Caps and Bonnets, etc.. 
Just received at Palmer's, Tie to 7a Market St. 

IVew Store ! Nevr Goods ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
Heussdorffer & Bro. , has opened at No, 402 Kearny 
street, near Pine, with a splendid stock of Hats 
and Caps. "The finest goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. g 



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SACRAMENTO. 
Tills very desirable property Is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and ia 80 
feat on K street by 160 deep, running to the 
alUr ih the rear. The Theatre is a very good one, 
and is well stocked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in front are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between 8500 and S600 per 
month. It would cost about $90,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like tho building in question: but 
this de.iirable property can be boUKht for $33,000 
casn. Parties wishing to negotiate for the theatre 
can write to W. K. MORROW . Sacramento. 

W. K. MORROW. 
For Kent.— This theatre can be rented bj- the 
night or week by writing to above address. W K 
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Concerts, Theatres, 

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S. F. & N. P. R. R. & STEAMERS. 

.. AND THE. .. 

FULTON & GUEENVilLER. R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On niKl after Blouday, Mar *^* ISTO, 
the Steamer JAMES M. DONAHUE, Captain \V. 
Warner, wiilleave Green-street Whari daily (Sun- 
dfiya excepted) at 7 a. m. and 3 p. h., cuuueoting 
at Donahue Landing with the cars for Petalunia, 
Cloverdale and way statione. The cars will leave 
Cloverdale daily (Sundays exeepted) at 8 A. M. and 
3:30 P. M.. connecting with stbamer at Donahue for 
San Vranciaco. Close connections made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and G-uemTille Road for Koebell's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminus of the road. 
Shortestand quickest route to the Geysers. Through 
from Sau Francisco in seven hours. Ck>se stage 
connections made for Litton's, Skaiigs' Mark West. 
Sfluta Koaa White Sulphur, Bartlett's. Highland 
and Harhen's Springs. Also, Vkiah. Point Arena. 
Seba«top<>l, Bodega, Duncan's Mills, Lakepert. 
Clear Lake. Mendocino, Tetrified Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXOXTR SIGNS -The Steamer leaves 
Grten-street wharf Sunday morning at 8 a. m. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for Cloverdale and 
all stations on the road. Returning, will airive in 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:2« p. M. Excursion Tick- 
ets sold on boariL 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. 
P. DONAHUfc. Preeiau-t 

A. A. BEAN, General Superintendent. 

r. H. GEKDKS. Gen'l P. & T. Afrt. 

General Othce^ 426 Montgomery street. Ban 
FraBciaco. fe20-tl 



Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN STREET. 
LOS AXGELES, CALA. 



A. G. RYAN & CO 

COL J. H WOOD 

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Proprietors 

.Business ManaRer 
.. ..Stage Manager 



WAIVTEU iJIllEDLlTELTr. lady ArtlsLs 

Id all Branches of the Profession, also an A No. 1 
Property Man. one that can Paint Scenery. Variety 
Talent wantid atalltimrF. Write and get a date. 

Agents for Travelling Companies will do well to 
address COL. J. H. WOOD. 

myll Opera Hotu,e, Los Angeles, Cal. 



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Tlih« Bv«iitiriit and Newly Renovate 

Theatre ia to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at. rti.%souable terms, 
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Corner of Bn.sb and Uupoiil Sis., 
Under the Poodle-Dog Restaurant. 

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Real Estate Agents and House 
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Win take full eharee of propertv for 

parties wishing to leave the State, and will give 
bonds if required. By permission we refer to the 
following named gentlemen; A. J. BKYAN'T. 
Mayor; W. ■>. lirMPilREl^. Surveyor: . I. 
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Tivoli Concert Gardens, 



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G- AHDEN 

OAKLAND. 

The ILtnaeemeiit of tlie above Gi 

respectfully announce to their friends i 
public generally, that these Gardens have 
gone extensive and elegant repairs, having 
large and very fine 

Dancing aid Musical Pa; 

which has been thrown open o he pnbl 
numerous other attractions, such as Shoot: 
leries, Bowling Alleys, Swings, etc. A line 

Orchestra and Ba 

Will be in attendance every Sunda; 
day aud evening. 

All Atemeda Trains stop at eor, 
and Ellis Sts., near tke Vardei 
SIMON 4 BRECK, Propri 
ADMISSION, 35 C'E.\TS. 

P. S.— Special Terms mode with Societi 
for Picnics. 

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California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN McCULLOUUH PRoriiiGTOK aj.!) Manaokr 

MR. liARTON HIIL Altino Mamao.b 

KOBEKT M Kbkule... Stage Manasv I Chas. Schulti Musical IMractni 

John Torkenok Machinist T. J. Frkvch Trcvturrj 

W. T. 1*ortkr So«wic Artipt I Martin .TnvrK !tuftinp.-<i« Mittia^iT 



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TRIUMPHANT SUCCE.S3 AND SECOND WEEK OF 

[r* Iimwrence Barrett 

As KING ULNRY i". SHAKsrEAl'.E^ Ut^lM-.^x. 1 l.ij ;,l 

,¥¥. 

Presented by contract with Mes.'ir.i. JARRETT k PALMER, as oriifinallj 
produced by them at BOOTHS THEATRE. Now York. 

KING HENRY V LAWRKNCE BARRETT 

Rnninr as Chorus ItliiM Ellle Willnn 

Duke of Gl0!«tcr.. I Brothers tof Frank Kllilu] 

Oiikc of Bodlord. ) thaKing ( I. Pnrkor 

l>nlie or Excier. Uncle to the King Ucnry KdwnrdM 

ituko of York. Cousin to the King F, Jnnco 

Karl of Mali.<tbury K. Urnn 

Eiirl of Uasliuort-Iand E. ft. TliHTer 

Enrl of Warwick W. Hlrk» 

Arcbblibop of t'ltnterbury S. W. I,rarli 

Binboii or Jit J H. Mark I tii I 

Earl of t'ani bridge) Conspirators I i. Mr. Everett 

Lord Ser»o|> > agsiust < B. Uoiiariinia 

*lr ritoni».s t;rey..i the King, L Henry toad 

>>lr 1homa.s Eritiiicliaoi fV alter Lrniuii 

tiower. ) Officers of ( Mr. nniilley 

Maens>ri». /-King Heary'si Eraiik Kiwi 

l'liie:ien.. j Army. I Frederick Tliorne 

Janiey Mr. Hurray 

tVllllaniiC) Soldiers in f T. W. Keeiie 

BateH [-King Henry's-{ T. Frank 

t:onrt ) Army. L Samuel Mllolt 

Syni 1 Formerly Servants to i Slnrry »oo<l,s 

Rardolph. >Fal9taff, now Soldiers in-< W. A. McHlayer 

ri«tol ) King Henry's Ariiy. (. C. B. ISisllop 

Buy. Servant to the above Frank l.lllle 

.1 Herald .1. .lohnsou 

4'harle* Vi., King of Franco .lolin Mil.inn 

LoilJM, the Dauphiu .1. M. l.liHU 

l>uke of Rnrciindy Mr. Stephen') 

l>nke of Orlriiui^ Ncl.son Decker 

Duke of Bourbon F. tJasbr 

.1 French .»olAier Mons. Victor 

The Nonstable of France Mr. Jlcnry 

RaniburCH. ) French f Albert M c»t 

tiraiidpre. ( Lords. ( Arlhnr W«lH»e 

Governor of Harfleur Mr. Kelly 

MoBl^oT. a French Herald W. Posler 

The BI.Khop or Bourses Mr. J::inra 

Tilncess Kafheriue Mile. l.oulHe llorel 

Damie ttnichlv. (Pistol's Wife), an Hostess Mrs. «'. R. SaundeiK 

I.<iabel. Oueen of France Hiss .MacKie tlSianibers 

Alice, a Lady atteudent upon Princess Katheriue 

..." r Mile. «,abrlelle Hn Sauld 

Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries. Nobles. Paije^. Ladio.H of the Court. .Sol- 
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ACT 1— The English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2-The Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 3 Battle of Aginoourt. 

ACT 4 Historical Episode. Keceptlon of King Henry V. 

on Entering London after the Battio. 
ACT 5 Espousal of Henry V. and Prinoess Katherine. 

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SECOND *'HENFgY V." MATINE<F. 

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TIIURSUAY JU NE 16 

r*cirio DiTUKJic or th« atla.mtic akd 
riinriv TSLBuKtru Co.. 507 California 8i. 

Ksw York. June 15. 1876. 

Oprnrd •« S-4 

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Mlvrr... l»3-4 

■THE .WIVHTT DOLLAR." 

I lii.< comedy, which promines to occupy 
a Uating place in the American drama, iH 
thus reviewed l)y a writer in the Boston 
f-iuiitr. It po.^sesses an interest for .San 
l''rancisc<) in that Mr. and Mrs. Florence 
are included anM>n;,'Ht the engagementa fur 
the ('alifnruia Theatre : 

Withont being strikingly original in plot 
)r characterization, Mr. B. B. Woolf s play 
of "The Mi'.'li'y Dollar,' U a most amus- 
ing prodiicti .: It bears all the marks of 
.* piece wii". i to display the talents of 
•jn,! or two iuoividuale, and therefore can 
hardly bo judged by the standard by which 
we criticize comedies created solely for 
.;eneral representation. But within its 
^peoified limits it certainly meets all the 
r«'|uiremeiit.H demanded by the general 
theatregoer. It is full of a harmless jollity 
which rarely faiU to meet with ready re- 
cognition from an audience. It is not 
witty, as Byron's comedies are, but it con 
vi'v» much clever and trenchant satire on 
the follies of American life at Washington, 
and while it makes no apology for vice or 
corruption in any form, it exhibits the lu- 
dicrous side of the picture with a vigor that 
it bnt slightly touched with caricature. 
The principal character, the Hon. Bard- 
well Slotc, mem)>er of Congress from the 
Cohosh District, is remotely suggestive of 
our own Jefferson Scattering Batkins, 
■whom Mr. Warren has made a local celeb- 
rity. That is, he shows the same reckless 
disregard for social usages, and his fond- 
IH.H for dropping into oratory, and address- 
in,' 11 suppositious presiding officer, recalls 
the member from Cranberry Centre. He 
it not a servile imitation, and is probably 
an tmconscious one, for both characters are 
living and distinct types. He belongs to 
the class of xtatesmen of which that distin- 
<ui«hed exile, the Hon. William M. Tweed 
is the most eminent representative. He is 
corruptible and therefore a scoundrel at bot- 
tom; but there is an element of good-heart- 
ednc8<* and grotesqueness in his character 
tJiat makes him infinitely entertaining, and 
prevents him from being thoroughly despica- 
ble. He believes in getting possession of 
the mighty dollar by foul means if he can- 
not ccmpaas its acquisition by fair means, 
but too much of his native wildnesg clings 
about him to make him a thoroughly de- 
signing hypocrite or a highly polished 
villain. His rusticity is clearly defined, 
and he has evidently not been subjected 
to the attrition of Washington society 
long enough to smooth off even the more 
pronounced edges which made him sharply 
foraihle in the political caucauses of Coh- 
osh. Take him for all in all he is a good 
Kpecimm of the self made man, whose 
noccess has been in a great measure due 
to bis mental and moral obtuseness, and 
who has so little native refinement that he 
i» not aware when he is making nimself 
vulgariy ridiculous. A companion char- 
acter sketch in this play ig Mrs. General 
Gilflury, the buxom widow of a former 
quartermaster in the amy. She is a mem- 
ber of that large class of women who see 
with their ell»,ws, and to whom "a little 
learning is a d.ingerous thing." Combin- 
ing a deficient education with rattle brains 
she imaKiuea that she is really a person of 
culture, because she interiards her conver- 
sations with smatterings of French and 
ha» raced through Europe without other 
than a coufufced idea of the eights she has 
seen and the countries shehasvisited. She 
remembers a mass of things but nothing 
du«tinctly, and her pronunciation is often 
w defective as Mrs. Malaproj/s, while her 
idea are as confused as those of Mrs. Skim- 
ton. Her redeeming trait is her overfioH - 
ing bonhomie, which leads her to accept 
all sorts of commissions to get her friends 
out of trouble. She invariably blunders 
in her S'odnatured offices, whether as a 
f mal..- lobbyist or afriendly mediator, but 
l.er intentions are honest enough, thou-h 
f' '.-iils to cirry them into effect. Around 
these two ch.-»racters the ether people in 
the play revolve, and they are rarely absent 
from the stage. The rest of the dramatic 
JJersotid arc somewhat conventional. There 
is ' young woman who has made a mar- 
^^"O'f rfc ccntfnance, and is the wife of an 
elderly millionaire while she l,^ve3 ^nn-. 



the wife's secret; a rustic beauty who wins 
the heart of the wife's former lover and 
gets her out of trouble; an English tourist 
who has blood; and one or two other char- 
acters of minor importance. The piece 
might be cut to advantage (particularly in 
the second act) and not lose any of its en- 
tertaining qualities. 

Mr. Florence's personation of the Hon. 
Bardwell .Slotc is a remarkable triumph 
in its way and is an extniordinary instance 
of the complete sinking of individuality 
in the character assumed. The make up 
is a marvellous artistic study, free from 
exaggeration, and faithfully true to life. 
His imitation of the manner of the Amer- 
ican stump orator, even to the half-crook- 
ing of the hinges of the knees when he 
wished to be particularly emphatic, was 
characteristic, and I have seen many a 
speaker even in Fanuel Hall who was so 
blind or indifferent to the graces of oratory 
as t* fall into the same inelegance of bear 
ing on the platform. His delivery of the 
initial letters of certain pet phrases, and 
his eub.sequent explanation of them is 
spontaneously humorous, and the facial 
exprebsion which at all times accompanies 
these "solid chunks of wisdom'' is instinct 
with comic significance. The figure of the 
Hun. Bardwell Slote, in his rusty black 
dress coat, with the strings of his negli- 
gently tied dickey hanging over the collar, 
his black satin vest, his fob chain, and his 
stubby gray beard, as seen in the festive 
dance, will not easily be forgotten. It 
will take its place among the pictures that 
hang in memory's hall aa one of the dis- 
tinctive dramatic portraits of the time. 
As Mrs. General Gilflory Mrs. Florence 
has also drawn her inspiration direct from 
nature. Her misapplication and misplace- 
ment of the French language form a rare 
exhibition of the art which conceals art, 
and her apparent unconciousness of her 
blunders is provocative of unceasing bil 
arity, while her absurd chaperoning of 
her neice, as evinced in her constant calls 
for "Libby dear !" is also productive of 
much hearty merriment. And throughout 
the whole characterization, though defi- 
cient education is made prominently appa- 
rent, the feminine aptitude for acquiring 
the manners of good society is never for- 
gotten. 

A >i«al>relle'H Herolisni. 

The Philadelphia Mtrror tells the follow- 
ing "thrilling story" of the unselfish daring 
of a young soubrette, a Miss Butler, while 
she was under engagement in that city. 
Soon after entering her hotel, after the 
performance at the theatre, and before she 
was fully disrobed, she perceived a strong 
odor of fire, and immediately proceeded to 
give alarm. A scene of the wildest con 
fusion ensued. The frightened inmates 
rushed, in their night clothes, out into the 
halls and down the stairways in a promis- 
cuous crowd. In her anxiety to alarm all 
the parties in the hotel. Miss Butler as- 
cended to an upper floor, still crying fire 
and knocking at every door. Thedismayed 
people rushed out, passed her, and de- 
-srended in safety. At last in her heroic 
task, she came to the open door of a chiun- 
ber in which a light was burning. One 
glance informed her that the room was de- 
serted, but, upon looking at the bed, she 
saw a sleeping child, who had probably 
been deserted by its nurse. With a noble 
instinct she at once seized a shawl lying 
near, caught up the infant, wrapped it well 
up, and flew from the apartment, bearing 
her helpless burden. She ran hastily to 
the stairway by which she had ascended, 
and found huge volumes of smoke already 
roUi ng up the passage, and lurid tongues 
of flames darting amid the sombre cloud. 
She saw at once that her retreat was cut 
off; that there was no jwssibility of escape, 
and that her only resource was to clasp the 
child more closely in her arms, and en- 
deavor to reach the roof. Fortunately, 
she had once been there on an occasion 
when another conflagation in the city had 
called many of the population to the house- 
tops. She found the narrow stairs, or 
rather ladder, condncting to the leads. She 
gained a position of momentary safety, but 
at the same moment saw that the flames 
were likely to surround her in her retreat. 
She approached the edge of the roof, she 
looked down upon the seething mass of 
humanity in the streets; saw the noble 
"fire laddies" working in their persistent 
efforts to subdue the flames; saw the ex- 
cited inmates hurrying out, or borne in 
the arms of some stalwart rescuer. She 
managed to wave the shawl, and, just as 
she felt her strength giving way under the 
terrible ordeal, she heard a loud shout, 
which convinced her that she had been dis- 
covered. There is no necessity to work the 
scene up to a melodramatic denouement. 
Ladders were at onee elevated to a proper 
position against the walls, and with her 
charge still cla.oped in her arms. Miss But- 
ler was borne iu safety to the ground, of 
course, amid the plaudits of assembed 
thousands. 



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The handsomest Oyster Palace, — 

IVjam all Fri-co where you will. 
Is the rtiiKwn'd Criterion, 

Kept liy Emersos C'okvills I 
He's the O.vstcr King of FriSJO, 

Bicalii-boTunil from the East, 
210 on Kcarn.v btreet, 

Wnere a'l can obtain a feast 
Of dilicaie Eastern Oysters, 

Or nf Calif' >rnia's best, 
Drcss'd in any and ev'ry sty'e, 

Thai's in yogue from Vlasi to West, 
All the Oyster-eating public 

Protest, without a quarrel. 
That for Freshi st. Choicest C^rsters, 

Corvillc can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, I-/r Privacy and Comfort 

All his Lady Patro.ss tell 
There's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as well I 
So cosy, cheerful, clejrant! 

You're enchanted at a elince 
With CoRviiitr.'s okkat Critrkion 

It is iht House Par Excellencr ! '- I 
Claius, Lobsters and Crabs the freshest 

In tl'e City you Ket there ; 
With Guinness' Stout and Engtish Ale, 

Or famed "Bass's Bitter Beer !" 
Sparkling Chanipa^ie and finest Wines, 

Imported by him express. 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Conni>iseurs all confess ! 
If, Reader, you like sweet Oysters,— 

Your pleasure to make complete. 
Goto 
EilERSOV CORVILlFS CRITERION, 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 



Do Not Saner rroin Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Ingri>-*ing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applying at Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re* 
movid to K07 Kearny street, between Sutt«r and 
Bush, from 1 to « p. M. We spnak from experi- 
ence, having tesicd the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given ti required n 

The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
n their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
ear Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
busines 

Free Exkibltlon. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townscnd's Candy 
Factory, No. 627 Market street, where you can 
earn how candies are made. Q 

■*- — 

Hurry up Those Butter Takes. 

Who has not tried them ? New York Butter 
Cakes and Coffe for 10 cents, at Bnms Coffee and 
OysU-r Saluon. 517 Califumia Ftreet. onder Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the night and day. 
J. H. Bm-ns, Proprietor. • 

SplrltuallzliiK Seances. 

Mrs. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at 7J o'clock. * 

Pine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
C&llender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 
examine. 5-y 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 26 
i pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 

Wade's Opera nonse. 

The best of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 

at '.he foot of the stairs, in the vestibule. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DON A IsU H. 

P 
E 
PERCY 
C 
Y 

The Eminent London Clalrvorant and 

Healer, now stopping in this city, at 2CC Kearny 
street, entrance, room 11, who makes the following 
propositions ; 

First— No charge unless ENTIRE Satisfaction be 
given. 

Second— He will read yonr PAST, PRESENT 
and FUTURE, guaranteeing the Past to be correct 
or NO FKE. 

Th-rd— Advice given in reference to lost friends, 
proptrty. love or business; satisfaction or no fee 

Fourth— If in poor health he will locate your 
disease, describe its symptoms and its peenliar 
effects upon your individoal system without ahk- 
IKO A QUESTION. This health enamination is 
made by the wonderful art of Magicology, withont 
any visible examination of diseased organs, and it-' 
given, as a test of power. FREE TO ALL. 

Fifth- -And lastly. If your disease is curable he 
will guarantee to restore the health without udng 
a drop of any drug, by a method of treatment es- 
sentially his own Particular attention given t« 
Nervona Diseases, Consumption , Female Disease!;, 
Sore Eyes, Deafness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 
Mental Weakness, Loss of Memory, and all diseases 
having their origin in the Bask. Kidneys and 
Stomach. Fees moderate, averaging from $1 50 to 
$350. Strictly private and confldentiaL Call for a 
Health Examination or a Reading of ChTr..cter. 
bath being given FREE to all u a test of power. 
Hours from 10 a. m. until 10 P. M. je8-tf It 



J. K. EMMET, 

\ow playinK the mo-.! siiccessfnl en- 

gage iicnt "ever played in Melbourne," as "Fritz 
Our Cousin German' which has reached its 42d 
repetition, and still mnulnu to overflowing housos 
Can be addiesseJ, care Royal Opera House, Mel- 
bourne. Victoria, Au-<*.ralia. 

P. S.-Sydney. Adelaide and New Zealand to 
'°"°"- je-ett 

PROF. D Mccarty, 

Tenches Bull Room. Bailer, Ilorn- 

epe. Flings. Irish and Straisht Jig, Song 
ance, Clo< and Oachncha, Irish Wasber- 
womau'. Swurd Dances, etc., at 

445 Sixth Street near Market. 

je7-tf 



IF YOU 



Oysters and Fish 

Cooked in gool style, try the Oyster 

and Chop House 

S. E. Tomer LcMeidorflT and Clay Sin., 

formerly known as FR.ViNK .JOHN.SONS. Toe 

Private Rooms have liccn elegantly fitted up and 

thoroughly rrnwatei! OpenfromfiA. M to2A.M 

Llj.>UliEIC<>; A l,.tK!«K.\, rroprleloi H. 
)e3-2w' 

Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

^ To be bad In all Stores and Kaloonn. 

?f,V.'Hi*'='""'' *>» DENICKE BE THERS at the 
WHITE .MAN'S eiGAB FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23-tl 

Pnpare for your Centennial trip by laying in 
a supply of "Standard" Shirts. i 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suflfermg from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves ot this, the greatest booa ever laid at the 
altar of sutfering humanity. 



Dr. 



Spinney will Guarantee 
Jtorfeit$500 



to 



J. M. DUFF, 



For every case of seminal weakness, or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which he undertakes 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, say to the 
uufortunate sufferer who may read this notice, that 

f'ou are treading upon dangerous ground when yoa 
onger delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
complaint. You mav be in the tirst stage, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If v on are bor- 
dering upon the last, and are sufferi) z some or all 
of its ill etfecta, remember that if >ou' obstinately 
persist in procrastication, the time must come when 
the mofit skillful physician can render you no as- 
sistance; when the door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy cat. bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself upon your im- 
aginatiou, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or b^ore grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot accouut fur. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
caiide, wbicb is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such ca&es, and a healthy restoration of the genito- 
urinary ortfans. 

All Letters an<l CommiuilcatlonsStrict- 
ly Confidential. 

Ciinsnltatlons Free— Charges Moderate* 
Office Hours from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRESS. 

DR. A. B. SPINMEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Franolsco. 



FREE AND EASY. 



4* 



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isr. 



• as MISSION STBKKT. 

Near Second, 

Kirerv Satxurday IVigrbt. 

THUS. tVU<U. Cbalrman, 

Until Farther Ifotio*. 

A the test Bongs next Satwda; Nlgfat, 
EA«ilES A WILD. 







McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open November 1st. Variety Tal- 
ent ^oing East or West, wishing engagementa. wij 
find it to their ad van* age to addreee, stating term * 
ftnd sending Phot-ograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Boi; No. 1, 
oc25-t CHEYENNE. W 



Tlie Manly Art 

or 



FriTate Lessons Given in Boxing I 

BT 

PROF. TOM McALPtNE, 

Ex-€hanii>lon oT the .Ulddle-Weights. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
rooms or residences, i( desirable. apl8-tf 

CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 
r'or Xlex3Lt. 

Ry the Night or Week, or will make 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa- 
uies on sbaiing terms. For particulars, address 
J. McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE. W. T 



SEA. BAXHIISG. 

Long Cr.dge>,wimming Baths 

JJOTTfT" OI»E;j»ir. 

PfTBons can l^re enjoy tha benefits ot SEA 
BATHING, without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dAng.'ioos currents. 

my27-tl A. TRUWORTHY. Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs lees than half as 
much as ordinary tiuap. 

For Sale bj all Drugtrlsts and Grocers. 

VENTURA ROOK SOAP COMPANY, 

mrll-lm CHA8, H. WHEELER. Selling Agent 



A PARTME 

With some cipital, to take & taalf-Interei 

s ^v X z u m: A 

ROYAL JAPANESE TR 01 

To Trarel ThroHtch Knropc; 

chance for a person who likes travelioi 
make money sure and quick. Apply in p< 

CHAItLES DEQRA: 

rroprietor and MaiiaKer, 

At the HuuiboMt Hotel, Fifte«;nth street, 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'clo< 
afternoon. Principals only need apply. 

YOUR SPIRI 

Friends Can t>e Seen by Attend 

Seances of the GREATFST MATERIA 
MEDIUM in the world. 

MRS. C. IH. SAW] 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW HA 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO BE 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEl 



Honest investigators call and see for th 
every evening except Monday and Thuradi 
residence of HltS. 0. M. SAWYER, 
street near Market. Seances begin at 7>; 

FOR A GOOD 5 CBVT GI.<^i 

BEER. ALU OR PORTETR, 




sw 

MARKET &3?°S"^^ 

wines, Liqaurit aiitl €lgar8 ot t] 
Quality. 

ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTI 

...DIRECTED BY.... 

Prof. D.^perar 

Iiossons on tbe Piano and in SI 
1800 STOCKTON STKEET, B. 



:jei.<^g: 



,-A."V\7"u 



FOI^OM.STR££T 

Ridiiig Academy, 




OYSTER HOUSE | 

1004 _ 

MARKET BTREET ABOVE F< 

The best Oysters, Chops, RoAsts and 
tbe market. Private app.irtments for Fan 
Ladles. Family orders detlvered to residf 
of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. a SMITH, Pro] 

CLAY-STREET 

RIDI.VCi ACADE.WV, 

839 Clay Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This Is the most elegant 
and commodiouB Riding 
Academy in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particn- -^-^^ 

lar attention paid to teaching beginners' 

seSl A MARSHALL. 




SILVER & FAB£NS 

Designers and Engravers on 

632 Clay St., (Sterett's Prlntl nc < 

BUILDINGS, LETTERrHEADS, MONf 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, 1- 

Plain, or in a Variety of C 

IjO"\A7- aF»Fl.IOEI 

fell-)m 




Flrsuria§s DENTISTRV tor leof 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at corni 
ket and Stockton than an flrst-claes Dei 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain 
of Gas. Office open SuiMlayB. 
fe8-3m COOHRAN-E ft RICH 



ONE MILLIOi 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOODJ 
T36, 728, 730 an<l 731 



Advetisers. Take tii 

I am dUtrlbntiue Carols, 

Handbills, etc., on tbe route betweea ner 
ramento— both by the Vallejo and Stock 
iDcluding all way towns, ami am prepai 
tribute all kinds of Advertidng matt«: 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms mode 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, Amoricai 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B.— I can re 
mlBsion to the jiropnetora oi the Am 
change Hotel and the Publisher of FiOA 
manner in wbii^h I d' their work. 



Palace Opera H< 

Oomer Mission and New Moatgomt 



LttdleN and Oeittientrn or u 

edged ability dL-sinug permanent en 
Specialty Artists and Flrsi-Olass Vari 
will plea- e addrees or app'y, from 11 ^ 
above, to MATT KE. LV, St»«e 

N B. Wanted initediatey a FIK 
8TAGK MAOHIMsr and a GOOD PI 
MASTER. 



DRUGGIST AIVD CHEUl 

SOLE AGEKT OF 



ARO SrViSRYWBERS. 

3\E0 is Programme ol the 

tres. 

5AE0 is distributed frek eT- 

i3re throughout the biminesa 

>a3 'jf San FiunciBco. 

JtUlO is well circulated erery 

a Oftklanil. 

3 \r.O is pi need in bands of the 

Kters 1>T tlie Oveilaud Tram 

}k.»lO!a(S -tributed In Sacra- 
D th-9« d*7 in the week. 
JARO Ib Jiolled every day to 
e principal hotels on the Pacific 

P BOQAilDTJS. Publisher. ' 




Here, Tbere and Everjwliere.' 



EstaMlshea 1865 



SAJI FRANCUOO, FRIDAT, JUNE 16, 1816 



vol.. xiau. 



TAPE WORM 

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«'.«iu uno buun . 
wd < to ; r B. 

DR. CLOST. 

S«. «tt Mluinn Ntrr«'l, 

X»a» Fourtk . K»» Pa.*». inx 



Tuire's Uew Theatre. 

tu.sh Street, between Monleomerr and KearnT. 

ivr ATI* aaon.c3r.A.i>Tis 

LT KXMIBITION 

.......AND 

mderful Combinaiion. 

EVENING J0I«E IB 

luenci- wHb the Wonilcrfnl HERRF.RT < AM TIIOKM': 
n liis I'ljeniiallt'ii s«>><; uiiiliKt^ri: 

TURE 

ER ONE, 



Judgment of Paris. 



'.I.LIE »iT. .Il>ll\. 



9\ A ICl IM.KT OF KKW >li':LOI>IES 



n^gTheS^ lave market, 

BABY McOOrVALiO. 

ie'» fellar Wqor. MnJ^lirrgjiTs I 

rrauU The l^e-GV i^lave. 
>n*ixi. ^r*o"fc33.ors ! 

w ami Orljlual Act. eutitUU 'MIFIiOS UK .SALOIV '." 

ART PICTURE NUMBER FOUR- 

opatra Before Caesar. 

Blaiiclie *»el-vr.vii 
sheielirt. True as Steel, ('online from tJie Ball, anil 
hy i'ejin«^»t,_ Strolling _pn tlie >j:>n«li-. 



LFOII. IS KKW RFKLESttl'F, 4'IIAK«;ES 

ART PICTURE NUMBER FIVE- 

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PART II. 
ART PICTURE NUMBER ONE— 

rprise oT the l^yznphss. 

EdUsTON, THE^GRiXTxiLOPflONE ARTIST 

; JOF ('AlVTIIOKKt: lu l»i«i Brent IniDersimation of 
lU >Y 111,1 All*. "IKH' MTTLE 4iEICHA\ B VM»." 

KA^«OX^jyCltAA0K^^^^^^^_^^ 

ART PICTURE NUMBER TWO- 

TEMPJjimON^OF^ 

time ;n this city of SCANL.\N and CUONIN'S original ac', 

ice Terry Joined the Gang !" 

;l slattery william scanlan 

slattery william cronin 

OTE —You have seen the imitators, now see the Original. 
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California Theatre. 

MR. ,IOHX McCULLOUGH Pbopiuetou .vni> Masaoeii 

MR BARTON HILL , AcllNo MANA.ntn 

Robert M. EBEKLE...Sta)je Manager I Chas. Sohultz Musical Dlrt-flor 

Jou.v TouuKNbE Machinist T. J. French Treasuror 

W T. Porter .Scenic Artist I Martjn .ToYrB. ^. ._Bii»lnc»« Mansfiir 

THIS XrVENING JUNE 16 

TRIUMPHANT SUCCE.SS AND SECOND WEEK OK 



As IvING HENRY in SlI AKS1'E.\ RES II 

in 




ce Barrett 

;e's list, .' n,n -,( 



o 



Presented by contract with Messrs .lARRETT & PALMER, as originally 
produced by them at BOOTHS THEATRE, Now York. 

KING HENRY V LAWREN('E BARRETT 

ICnnior as Chorus BIi.H!i F.IIii- Millon 

lliilic or <iloster.. ( Brothers to ( Frank Kihlitv 

Italic of Be<ll'or<l. ) the King J. I. Parker 

Bnkc of Kxelor. Uncle to the King Uenry Kil>var<ls 

Huke of York, Cousin to the King F, .lone 

Earl of Sali><l>ury K. Branl 

Earl of ^>eslMiorcIand E. N. Tliaier 

En rl of W arM Ick M , lllr k > 

Arrli bishop of Canterbiirr S. W. I,<-arli' 

Bi.shoii of Ely II. Mark I la! 

Earl uf iainbrltlsel Conspirators ( Mr. Eten'H 

Lord Srrooii > against < K. Monariiina 

!<ir Tliouia<i Urey.-J the King, (. Ileiir> Idair 

Sir llionias Er|>lusliani Waller Irnian 

liOMer ) officers of f ' Ml-. Brailliv 

Haentorris ,-Kiug Henry's.; Frank K<'« 

Fliieilen.. i Army, I. Prederlelt Tlioriie 

.laniey Mr. niirra.T 

«>illianiit) Soldiers in ( T. ». Kei-iie 

Bates (-King Henry ■6-< T. Frank 

I'oiirt J Arm.v. (. Saninel i.llliill 

^yiii.. . . . . ..) Formerly Servants to i Ntirry MooiK 

Bard oll)ll. J- Falstafl. now Soldiers in-{ W. A. Heniayrr 

Fistol. . .. . . ) King Henry's Army, C I'. B. BIhIio|» 

Bor. Servant to the above Frank I.I I IN' 

A Herald .1. .lolinsim 

Charles Yl.. King of France .lolin Mi!soii 

l.ouis, the Dauphiu .1, ^. l.oliu 

Itnke of Bui-cundy Mr. SIriiliens 

IHike of Orleans Kelson Itecker 

Itnke of Bon r boil F. IllMnby 

A Frenrli Soldier Mons. Alitor 

Tlie I'oiislable of Friinee Mr. Henry 

llanibiirrs, 1 Frencji f Albert We'«l 

(iraiidpre, ( Lords. ( Arlliiir W<-Nse 

tiiOTernor of ilarileur Mr. Kelly 

'lonlSoy, a French Htrald W. I'osler 

Tbe Bislioii of ISoiirees. Mr. .l."iiieH 

Fiinress Kallierine Mile. Louise Itorel 

Banie lliiieklv. (Pistol's Wife), an Hostess Mrs. V, B. Sannileis 

■siiliel. Queen of France Miss .MaSKie I'liainbers 

Alice, a Lady attendent upon Princess Katherine 

.- Mile. «.abrlclle Itii Xanid 

Civic and Ecclesiastic Dignitaries, Nobk-s, Pages. Ladies of the Court. Sol- 
^diers^^itizens^Etc^^yjWl^^ 

Synopsis of £"oeiiei*y. 

ACT 1-The English Fleet at Anchor. 

ACT 2-The Siege of Harfleur and King Henry's Charge. 

ACT 3-Eattle of Agincourt. 

ACT 4 HistoriMtl Episode. Reception of King Henry 'V. 

on Entering Iiondon after tiie Balde. 
ACT 5 Espousal of Henry 'V. and Princess Katherine. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, .lUNE ITth. 

SECOND *'HEtyiRY V." IVIATIME<»?. 

At the clo.w of the run of this splendid ShaWsperiaii proluction .JULIUS 
C.«SAR will be grardly i>resonted with MR. LAWRENCE BARRETT as 
CASSIUS and an unequalled cast 



B 
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K 

& 

F 
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N 
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Tbc Boss 

Tailors oi 
the t'ity, 

No. .1 

Monlc'ry 

Street. 



OPERA HOUSE. 

Balk Hlreel. belwrea ■•■icaairrT nm* Kraray. 

California 3Iiustrels I 



KiitaT \\\:i:h or 



HENRY THE FFTH in BLACK 



A Fine 
Ladles' 
Saddle, 

cost »W, 
for »lt, 

at 
liKCLF. 

IIARBIS' 



Programme for this Evening. 

PART I'lKsT i.U\Mi \Mi-.M, AM, isxTi.i Ml MM (I'VcrkT. 
Inlroiliirlnn tMrrlnre «lfillR|so \'» am III «T ■ t 

HalliKl Ihr Lllilr <inr. .11 lli.nir v« . ||. Till* 

<""•'<• SonB nil It IMIIt<fi> 

RmIIuiI The l.llllr Onr IIi:i| llird . •!. T . T ) K II I i f 

loinlronns TmnnM M,ikr Kni>in for 1»ar I Brit .III > I01III\ 

i;.->ila<l BrlKblol Rii-.r> Fiidr and Hie ('. a^ t'BI.KUIHhl. 

mscKII-TIVl: MNALR— 

■THE! CIJITTK" c:?.A.rLs. 

.Mo.ro. EMIKsON. < «>TT«\. kl>lllll (Mi<ll>trtM. 
FART SECOND Grand Elbloptan Carnlral 

ALABAMA HOMES ? 

Hj rarllmlnr llr«iHf«l. 

Fu/.anne H* K K 

roin|»cy.. 

Somebody^s Coat Tails ! 

Ufiit'cn Often '(rem 8oDomAj 

Mr iMiAcnberg , , 

A iiA.<tta.«ift 

ClinilfR ... ■ , ■ , 

In lll> rnrlTallrd »i|>rrl«ltlr« and lmltallt>B«. 
Ballad "NcopoUtalnc" 



^v H TIU.A 



The whi'l.' toc.mciudp »ilhih'- 
|;,,rlr».,.i.- »r.ll/. 



HENRY THE FIFTH in BLACK! 

■with >»iiiM'rh Srenrrt. I.raiiil Tnhlrani. B^illlr »er«e. 
■,111)1 Orislnnl tiu«lr. 



70? King Ilcnrr the V:!' 
Kulnor, an Cboni(» 
IJiike of lilnster . 
Duke iif Bedford 



Kearny 

Macmnrrip. 

, Khwellcn. 

corner of n„,.]„i,,i... 

1pi.i.,i 
Mcrrlinnt x,-„ 

■NVillii 



Boy 

Civic Pod 1 
byOrt'.ml 
The auihir b*« i v 
most luiportn ' 

The Scenery pilnttd (jr ;i.i- i r 



is "( f,nt W|i»i<d Antrt 



OLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is nXToTT^ Or^oii for STx'fc>sorix>tion. to Stools., 

THE CORNER OF POST AND KEAINY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Incorporated Under tlic I^n^vs ot the »*tnte of Cnlllomin. 



J0,000 iSlx^ires, l=»^r "V^lxxo $50 El«,olX"SlO 



•er SUfiro I=»«,icl In. 



ECTOKS-ROBERT BTEVEN.SON, of Stevenson's Block, San Francisco: FREDERICK TURRILL, Capitalist 
iciaco; UlANDER SAWYEE, Saa Mateo, Carl.alist; WALTER G. HOLMES, Attoniey at Law. 



.; S SPEAK, ,Tn., of Ed. 8. Sp^ar k Co., Auctioneers : 
i*reNidenl,lsOL«.V I'ATl EK. 



ET.MEI'. TKKRY. 
serrrliir.i. F. 



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I hi: »T<)KV «t Till. "BLUK IBOOK." 

We take the following from the "Remi 
■ni'iccni-e!!, by an 01il Stager," in the la«t 
liiimbcr of the Dranuitii- Neict : 

There can be no doubt that, taking all 
tbingii iuto consideration, the "Black 
< Vook" haa been the most successful theat- 
rical production tver known on this conti- 
nent It neither enjoyed so long a run as 
Uncle Tom's Cabin," nor "Mose,'' but it 
made the fortunes of four men : William 
Wheatleigh, H. C. Jarrelt, H. D. Palmer, 
and Charles M. Barras, the author. 

It was H-i . V Palmer's idea to bring the 
ballet out « . i large scale. Years had 
jjasscd since AfW York had seen anything 
worthy of the name, and the city was ripe 
for it. J!e one day met Jarrett, whc had 
just conclmled an t^ugagenient as agent of 
the WallaikDavenport combination. He 
gaid, "Jarrett, I have §10,000, and I am 
willing to risk my last cent in one thing, 
but my money is not enough. I want just 
that sum orer again to do it well." 

"I spoke strongly of my idea to Jarrett," 
said Palmer to me one day, as we sailed 
down the Bay for Long Branch, "and he 
finally seemed to think as I did. He said 
he could raise about that sum, and agreed 
to put it in with me. My first idea was to 
do ballet without any play, and it was only 
on going to London that it struck me it 
would be a good feature to introduce it in 
connection with a play. Arthur Matthi- 
s»n and 1 then wrote a play, which we 
called "Undine," and it was in this that we 
were to produce the 8i>ectacular effects 
which subsequently were used in the "Black 
Crook." The money we had sufficed to do 
thino handsomely, and I returned having 
ens4(;ed the ballet, and bought a portion 
of the scenery and all the costumes. Jar- 
rett, in the meantime had taken the Acad- 
emy of Mtific, and it was here that the 
affair was to come off." 

I now turn from Palmer's account of it 
o the facts as they were. Jarrett, before 
taking the Academy had already applied to 
William Wheatleigh, the lessee of Niblo's 
Garden, who, however, wanted terms which 
tins astute manager thought could be bet- 
toicd elsewhere. 

Time went on, and the scenery and cos- 
t\imes were shipped from Liverpool. The 
major portion of the latter hail done good 
service in "La Chatte Blanche" in Paris. 
They were to be deposited in the Academy 
on arrival, and the vessel which bor'^ them 
had been signalled on the verj- afternoon 
of the night when the fire broke out at the 
Academy. Jarrett wat«hed the fire all 
night long, and thanked bis stars that it 
had not happened a day later, but wonder- 
ing all the time what he was going to do 
with all this stuff which had now become 
next to useless. 

While watching the dying flames (it was 
five o'clock in the morning) an inspiration 
•• ame to him, one of those thoughts which 
r. hange a man's whole career. He went 
down to the Metropolitan Hotel at a time 
when it was barely daylight, and asked to 
««e Mr. Wheatleigh. 

"But," said the night clerk, "Mr. Wheat 
leigh hain't got up j et You must wait 
till some reasonable hour." 

"I must see him now— immediately- on 
business of the grcateEt importance," said 
Jarrett. 

And ke went on exposing to the clerk 
the utter necessity in such colors that a boy 
was sent up to Mr. Wheatleigh's room with 
the mes.-iage that there was to be no delay. 
Jarrett, to make sure, followed the boy, 
and walked into the room with him. 
Wheatleigh, awakened from his peaceful 
slumbers at such an hour protested that the 
business could be put off. 

"No," said Jarrett, "it must ba done 
now. I have had a dream, and I have great 
faith in dreams. Besides I have come to 
think over the mattsr, and feel cnvineed 
tSc Acatiemy isn't the place, after all, for 
what we want to do." 

heatleigh, half asleep, listened and ar- 
gued, and Jarrett talked and talked. It 
was life and death with him. Suffice to 
say that at half-past six he had got much 
nif^? ■• reasonable terms out of Wheatleigh 
th at first proiK)sed by him. Once set- 
tled, Wheatleigh said they could draw up 



nate it there and then, and he there drew 
up the contract between Wheatleigh on one 
Pidc and Jarrett and Palmer on the other, 
which both signed. 

Wheatleiu-h, however, insisted on one 
thing. He had a piece called the "Black 
Crook," which he had paid $500 for. and 
he was certain this would do every bit as 
well as "Undine," and he wanted Jarrett 
.ind Palmer to pay their share of the cast 
of this play. Jarrett argued this point a 
little, but after all, as the play was only 
Pal mer's he consented. This stroke of the 
pen made Barras' fortune. At seven o'clock 
Jarrett left Wheatleigh's room with the 
contract in his pocket It is to be pre- 
sumed that ten minutes after, Wheatleigh 
opened his morning papers and found the 
account of the burning of the Academy of 
Music, and then found out why it was so 
urgent that Jarrett should see him at five 
o'clock in the morning. What he thought 
of the little game has never come to my 
knowledge, but he had no cause to regret it. 

In August of IHfiG, the "Black Crook" 
was produced, and its wonderful run and 
prosperity is still fresh in the recollection 
of all theatre-goers. Barras, the author, 
never got but his ^".(X) for this long run. 
He made his money by the out-oftown 
sale of the play. At that time, the very 
name of the "Black Crook'' was omnipo- 
tent to draw houses evei-ywhcre, and for 
cadi night of its production the author re- 
ceived his nightly pay. 

The average of the houses for the first 
run of the "Black Crook"' in New York 
was 4^1, (iOO. The profits were of course 
iiriijiense, Mr. Wheatleigh taking one- 
half, Jarrett and Palmer the other. At 
its end, the latter bought out Mr. Wheat- 
leigh's lease and his interest in the theatre 
sor $20,'KX). On the fortune he made, Mr. 
W. wisely retired, though it is reported 
that a good deal of this money has since 
been lost in stock speculations. Of the 
subsequent career of Jarrett and Palmer 

all your readers are aware. 

^^ 

PEDBO, THE TI'BTLE. 

One of the oddest pets we ever heard of 
belongs to a little girl who lives on seventy- 
first street. New York city. A vistor met 
her at the gate last Summer with what she 
supposed was a lunch box under her arm. 
To the lady's surprise a snake like head 
ran out a little way fron the lunch box, and 
the pet turned oiit to be a mud-turtle. 
Some one had brought the creature home, 
a year or so before, and let it loose in the 
garden. When the children began to play 
there, out from his hole came the turtle and 
singling out this child gave evidenee of in- 
telligence beycmd belief, The turtle was 
called Pedro, and the little girl had but to 
call that name two or three times at the 
back door, to see the old box waddling up 
from the bottom of the gardeH -directly to 
her. Any one else approaching or attempt- 
ing familiarities, the clumsy feet were 
drawn promptly in and the wise old head 
retirtd within its shell and no sign of life 
would Pedro give. But let the child take 
it, the claws closed round one of her fingers, 
and the head, run out to the fullest extent 
of neck, would be waggled at her with 
every token of love a turtle could give. 
There came a time during the Summer 
when the little mistress was side The 
mother sitting in the dusk thought she saw 
a dark object moving in the room, and 
shortly after hearing a bumping on the 
stairs, went out and found it was Pedro 
returning to his hole in the yard. Each 
day for weeks, with the opening of the out 
side door, in would walk Pedro. The girl 
generally found him waiting on the steps. 
He would go to the stairs, stand upright 
in a corner and setting bis little feet into 
the stair above pull himself up. This op- 
eration he would repeat till he reached the 
landing. If the door into the sick child's 
room was closed he waited patiently to be 
allowed to enter. When taken np and 
laid beside its mistrcBS, it made no effort 
to move, but lay for hours with its solemn 
head wagging from side to side. At night 
it waddled off to the stairs, and then the 
rr^ket commenced, as it fell off each step 
in clumsy fashion, sounding like that fam- 
clock in the Ingoldsby legends that went 
hopping after Mr. Ap Jones. 



The "Centennial plan" for making horse- 
car conductors honest is to fire off a small 
cannon after the reception of each fare. 

A hotel ghost comes under the official 
head of inn specters. 

A French giantess has married "the wan- 
dering skeleton," a wonderfully thin man, 
attached to the show with which she 
travels. She wanted a husband she could 
sec through. 



Criterion Oyster !»aloon. 210 Kearny St. 

The handsomest Oyster Palace,— 

lluam all Fri-co where vou will, 
Is the renown'd Criterio.v, 

Kept by Kmehsox Corvillb ! 
He's the Oyster King of Fris;o, 

Bimlii-Coiuiul from the East, 
210 on Kearny Street, 

Where all can obtain a feast 
Of delicate Eastern Oysters, 

Or ot California's best, 
Drcss'd in any and ev'ry sty'c, 

Thai's in vojoie from East to West, 
All the Oyster-eating public 

Protest, without a quarrel, 
That for Freahtst, Choicest Oysters, 

Corville can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, t^T Piivacy and Comfort 

All his Lady Fatkons tell 
Tliere's not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as well I 
So cosy, cheerful, elegant! 

You're enchanted at a tlance 
With Corvii.le's orkat Critkrion 

It is ih- House Par Excellknci: ! ! ! 
Clams, Lobsters and Crabs the freshest 

In the Ciiy you get there ; 
With Guinness' Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "Uass's Bitter Beer !" 
S|Jarkling Champagne and finest Wines, 

Imperted by him express. 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoiscurs all cjnfess ! 
If, Iteader, you like sweet Oysters,— 

Your pleasure to make complete. 
Go to 
EMERSOX CORVILlE'S CRITERION, 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 



Do Kot 8aOer troni Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applying M Dr. K. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to 207 Kearny street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. M. We sp^ak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
erence given if reqjired H 

The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
R their majmifleent new place at '213 Sutter street 
ear Centre Market, and has added a lunch room 
and ice cream saloon. This is their only place of 
busines o 

Free Exbiblllon. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townser.d's Candy 
Factory, No. 027 Market street, wliere you can 
earn how candies are made. Q 

Ilarry np Those Bnlter Cakes. 

AVho lias not tried them? New York Butter 
Cakes and Coffe for 10 cents, at Bums Coffee ajid 
Oyafrfr Baloon. 617 California street, under Califor- 
nia .Market. Open all hours of the night and day. 
J. H. Burns. Proprieto r. * 

Bplrltiiallzlne Scnnces. 

Mrs. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Thursday at 7J o'clock. * 

Fine Watcbeit. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Callender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortmep*. of chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 
pxamine. 6-y 

Palmer Rros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Glove for $1 25 
t pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 

fVade's Opera Uonse. 

The best of 0|-era Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at '.he foot of the stairs, in the vestibule. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



P 
E 
PERCY 
C 
Y 

The EmincRl London I'latrvoyant and 

Healer, now stopping in this city, at 206 Kearny 
street, entrance, room II, who makes the following 
propositions : 

First- No charge unlesa ENTIRE SatiBfaction be 
given. 

Second-He will read your PAST, PRESENT 
and FUTUKE. guaranteeing the Past to be correct 
or NO FAE. 

Third— Advice given in reference to lost friends, 
property, love or business; satisfaction or no fee. 

Fourth— If in poor health he will locate your 
disease, describe it» symptoms and its peculiar 
effects upon your individual syatem without ask- 
ing A QUESTION. This health examination is 
made by the wonderful art of Magicology, witbont 
any visible examination of diseased organs, and is 
given, as a test of power. FREE TO ALL. 

Fifth 'And lastly. If your disease i3 curable he 
will guarantee to restore the health without using 
a drop of any drug, by \ method of treatment es- 
sentially his own. Particular attention given to 
Nervous Diseases, Consumption. Female Disease?, 
Sore Eyes, Deafness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 
Mental Weakness, Loss of Memory, and all diseases 
having their origin in the Bauk. Kidneys and 
Btoraacb. Fees moderate, averaging from $1 50 to 
$^ 50, Strictly private and conlidential. Call for a 
Health Examination or a Reading of Character, 
both being given FREE to all as a test of power. 
Hours from 10 a. m. until 10 P. M. jeS-tf 



Why Bo Sherwood Bros. 

(Grocers, 503 Market street, near Sansome, lell more 
bntt«r than any utber hovise in the city? Because 
1 S'X) persons purcli..s.r meat in the same store daily, 
tun about and buy butter at 10 to 20 cents per roll 
cheaper than elsewhere. No wonder. d 



J. K. EMMET, 

.%'ow playing the most sur<-essfiil en* 

gngemcnt "ever played in Melbournt'," a8 "Fritz, 
Our Cousin Cennan" which has reached its 42d 
repetition, and still runninK to overflowing houses. 
Can be addressed, care Royal Opera Houso, Mel- 
bourne, Victoria, Au-^trAlia. 

P, S. — Sydney, Adelaide and New Zealand to 
follow. ]e-8tf 



PROF. D Mccarty, 

Tenches Ball Room. Kiillef, Horn* 

S'pe, Flings. Irish and Strauht Jig. Song 
ance. Clo^ and Cachucha, Irish Washer- 
woma.'. Sword Dances, etc., at 

44s Sixth Street near Market. 

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IF YOU 

sters and Fish 

CookeJ in goo.-l style, try the Oyster 

and Chop House 

S. E. Corner LcltlestlorlT an<t Clajr Sl8., 

formerly known as FRA.>K JOHNSON'S. Tne 

Private Rooois have been elegantly fitted up and 

thorouKhly renovated. Open from 6 A. M. to 2 A. M. 

Ll'MUuEUU A, LXKSV.S, ProprietoiH. 

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TyroIcuH C'oncrrl. 

Al<o other performances, every night at the 
TivoU Gardens, northwest cornel Sutter and Stock- 
ton £'reet£. Adieission free, ■ 



Snnoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To be bad In all (iitoreg and Saloons, 

Manufactured by DENIUKE BR THER,S at the 
WHITE MANS eiGAB FACTORY, 310 and 312 
Washington Street. my23-tf 

Prfpare for your Centennial trip by laying in 
a supply of "Standard" Shirts. i 



YOUNG MEN 

Who may be suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves of this^ the greatest boon ever laid at tbo 
altar of suffering hiunanity. 

Dr. Spinney will Gnarantee to 
l?orfeit$500 

For every case of seminal weakness, or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which he undertakes 
and fails to cure. He would, therefore, say to the 
u-ufortunate sufferer who may read this notice, that 
you are treading upon dangerous ground when yoa 
longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
complaint. You may be^n the lirst stage, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If v ou are bor- 
dering upon the last, and are sufferii g some or all 
of its ill effects, remember tha* if iou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must ccme when 
the most skiUfuI physician can render you no as- 
sistance; when the door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy cat bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of success. 
Then let not despair work itself upon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of liis treatment before your case is beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premattue grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
arc troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a sUght smartiujg or 
burning .sensation and weakening the system in a 
manner the patient cannot accovmt for. There are 
many men who die of this dirticulty, ignorant of the 
cause, which is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. S. wiJl guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a healthy restoration of the gecito- 
iirlnary organs. 

All Letters and ConuiinnJcatloiu Strict* 
Ij €oufi<lenflal. 

Consultations Free— Charffes Moderate. 
Office Hours rrom 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CAI-L OR ADDRESS, 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Kearny Street, San Francisco. 



FREE ANp EA8Y. 



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© j^ X-< O O I^, 

•OS MiaaiON BTKBET, 

Near liBcond, 

ETerv Satuirclay Nigflit. 

TllUto. WIIaU, Chairmen, 

Cotil Fartta*r Hotio*. 

A the teat Songa next Saturday Nlghl. 
EAVLKS <ft WILD. 




McDANISL'S NEW THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open NoTcmber 1st. Variety Tal- 

etrt going East or West, wishing enga-^ements, wll^ 
find it to their advantage to address, stating terra ^ 
and sending Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1, 
ocJ5-» CHEYENNE. W 



Tlie Man^y Art 

or.... 

SEZjOP -X>^31F*2E31M OSS. 



Private Lessons Given in Boxing! 



PROF. TOM McALPINE, 

Ex.C'bainplon ot the .niddle.Welelil.s. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
rooms or residences, if desirable. apl8-tf 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

By tbe Mleht or Week, or Mill make 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa- 
nies on sharing terms. For particulars, addrecs 
J. McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE. W. T 

JSEA. BA.TH11NG. 

Long Kr:dge^ wiinining Baths 

Persons can here enjoy th^ benefits of SEA 
BATHING without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dang-.'iona currents. 

my27-tf A. TRU WORTHY. Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

la better and oost« less than half as 
much as ordinary Soap. 

For Sale by all Drugglslx and Grocers, 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY, 

124, lE'lftlx JStreoti 

mrll-lm CHA8. H. WHEELER, SelUng Agent 



'\PSJ' Sk>-n.XG<3L. 



With some cipital, to take a half-interest 

S A. T Z U ]>X A. 

ROYAL JAPANESE TROT] 

To Travel Tbrougli Europe; a 

chance for a person who likes traveling 
make money sure and quick. Apply in pel 

Proprlolor and Manager, 

At the Humboldt Hotel, Fifteenth street, 
Howard and Mission, from 2 to 4 o'cloct 
afternoon. Principals only need apply. 



YOUR SPIRI 



Friends Can be Seen by Attendl 

Seances of the GREATFST M.\TER1A1 
MEDIUM in the world, 

MRS. C. M. $AWy 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHOW HA] 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS TO BE ; 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTS GIVEN 



Honest investigators call and see for thi 
every evening except Monday and Thursda 
residence of MRS. C. M. S.IWYER, 1 

street near Market. Seances begin at 7i c 

FOR A GOOD 5 CEMT GLA£ 

BEER. ALE OR PORTER, 




sw 

MARKET 8.3"? ST" 

Wines, Liqaors and Cigars of tl 
Quality. 



ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTI1 



....DIRECTED BY.... 



Prof. D.^perar 

Lessons on the Piano and in Si 
1800 STOCKTON STREET, S. 



OYSTER HOUSE % 

Z004 _ 

MARKET STREET ABOVE Pi 

The best Oysters, Chops, Roasts and 
the market. Privataappartments for Fan 
Ladici. Family enters deUvered to reside 
of extra charge. Open all night 

fe21-tf 4.. B SMITH, Pro; 

CLAY-STREET ^t^ 

RIDING ACADE.11*, ^ \, 

839 Clay Street, cor. ^./ 
Stockton. SO^ 



This is the most elegant 
and commodious Riding ^^ 
Academy in the city ; open 
day and evening. Particu- 
lar attention paid to teaching beginners' 

se24 A MARSHALL, 




SILVER & FABENS 

Designers and Engravers on 

533 Clay St., (Steretfs Prf utint: 1 

BUTLDINGS, LETTER-HEADS. MON< 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAITS, I 

Plain, or in a Variety of C 

fell-lm 




FIrst-CIass KENTISTRV for les 

at the NEW DENTAL ROOMS, at corn 
ket and Stockton than an firnt-class De] 
in town. Teeth extracted without pain 

of Gas. Office open Sundays. 

fe8-3m COCHRANE & RICT 



ONE MILLION 
Tr^ad© X>oll 

WANTED AT PAR, FOR GOOD 
736, 738, 7Se and 731 



Advetisers. Take K< 

I am dIslrlbntinK Cards. C 

Handbills, etc.. on the route between ne 
ramento — both by the Vailejo and t-tocli 
including all way towns, and am prepa 
tribute all kinds of Advertising mattf 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms mod* 
dress JAMES HARRAHAN, America 
Hotel, Sansome street. N. B — I can n 
mission to the proprietors of the An 
change Hotel and the Publisher of Fio. 
manner in which I df their work. 



Palace Opera H< 

Comer Mispion and New Montgom 



^■j^&ia.toir TlxeSex 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Riding Academy, 




Ladles and t;<'ntleDien of 

edged abiliiy desiring permanent ei 
Specialty Artists and First-Clasa Var 
will plca-e address or apply, from II tK 
above, to MATT KBl LY, 8t»ge 

N. B. Wanted immediate y. a FlI 
STAGE MACHINIST and a GOOD P 
MASTER. 



DRret-KT AND CHEMI 

BOLE AGENT OF 



RBA SANTA 

ROCHES 

ngthen the Voice and 
Relieve Cough. 

SEARBY, DRUGGIST, 

»9 Market St.' 

ite BaUwias Theatre; also, 
3er Folsoai and Fifth Sts. 




Here, There and Bvenrwhere." 



EatabU>li«d 1866 



SAN FRAK CISCO, FRIDAT, JUNE M, «76. 



iDE'S OPERA HOUSE 

Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 

CK W. BERT Lrsskk and Manaorr 

3arti,f.tt Since Mana.er 



EVENING 



..JUNE 1« 



Or. 

T • 

X 
XJ 



Week and Unabated Success 

OF THE YOUNG ENGLISH TK.^GEDIAX, 
IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPERSONATION OF 



C«9 



^ 



Plffl 



Or, The Battle of Agincourt. 

lENRY V GEORGE IIIGN-OLD 

niostcr I brothers to the I Mr. J'riiser 

Krilford I King I Ilr. I.ori-(on 

Kx«i<T linclc to ihc King J. II. Vinson 

Voi'ii Cou.siu to the King Mr. Ilorbort 

<;ili»l>ur.T Mr. Krmly 

>(-sii{ii>rcIand .1. Wilkes 

Vi«r«ick Mr. Morlvv 

lop of Canlci bur.T Mr. MradoM s 

I i;i V .Mr. M-y ton 

CainLrldsc I Conspirators against I i- '■"i.-^'Virll 

lasWray I thoKmg. | Mr. Walton 

las Erpinghaiu I omcers in King I i,*"-L,Vns?lale 

Wni. Srailen' 

<'. Ley Ion 

....| : I. PanI 

.... Soldiers in King Henry's Army I Chas. Howe 

S...I I «'. Morelll 

(r Mr. 4)iol<llli>vaile 

I Formerly Servants to FalstafI, I ticoise I'oshill 

It I Now Soldiers in King | Wni. Sinnnis 

I Henry's Army. I John .lark 

Servant to the nbuye Miss Gertie 4;ranvllle 

I Mr. Merlou 

•lor, from ('ha.s. Tl Mr. Sriirs 

II KliiE of France <1ias. .4Ilen 

..the Daiiiihln E. J. Knckley 

Burjiiiiiay Mr. Kainor 

ttrlcan!* W. W. Shaw 

Kourbou Mr. Kal lesion 

I i>4>ldier Hons. A. Maynard 

ttable ot Friiucc H. M. ICrown 

;s I i.„„„i, T,.^. I Mr, Blaekhiirn 

c I French Lords I „^_ Mowbray 

r of llarflenr C. tialloway 

f a French Herald Cba« Edmonds 

lOp of Bourses .Mr. Bertram 

katherlue Miss Mary TonnR 

lickly (PLstol'g wife) a Hostess 

Mrs. Cha.*. Edmonds 

(Ineen of France Mrs. iNorlon Bush 

lis Chorus Miss Annie FIrniln 

t lady attendant upon the Princess Kalherlne 

._. ■.. ■ ■■ -1- ■ L-xj-Lu; ;- -.-v^ : : ■ :-,■ ;-L:r-u^.l-J!ll!!^-V"-V'--t^l'-!y?* 

tome o± '"ceitew, fc- -vents, ivtc. 

Scene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2— EASTCHEAP. LONDON. 

the Boar's Head. Scene 3— The Beach at Southamptont The En- 
at Anchor. 

FRANCE. Scene 1— A Roi.ra in the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
lish Entrenchments at Hartieur. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 

Scene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUR ! At the Breach ! Signs of a 
ftict. Scene 5— The French Palace at Rouen. A View in Picardy. 
Scene 1— The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night.) 
he English Line. (Night) 3— The Dauphin's Tent. 4— The En- 
on at A,{incourt. 5— Fart <if the Field of Battle. 6— TABLEAU. 
rLE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains of Agincourt. 8— After 

-Scene 1— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

FI1.4NCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troye.i. Z— A View 
roni the Bridge. S-INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 

;eremonyof the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherine 

aee on Saturday Afternoon. 



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.Manufact'rs 

of Jewelry 

and Dealers 

iuDiomonds 

and 

Silverware, 

Xo. 904 

Market 

Street, 

near 

t'orncr 

Stockton 

Watches & 
.Jewelry 
Repaired 



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ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

Market Street, between Stockton and Powell 

OPIEATIC CONCERT! 

OF 

Mile. ANNA DE B^IiOCGA 

Assisted by the Eminent Toiiiiij Tc or, 
Arid the Famous Young tarilom, 

Sis- T£tsl.±etT>±GXx'Ck,, 

The whi.lo \iiuliT the Dircciion M 

MR. MAUt^lCE STRAKOSCH, 

Who will preside at the Piann-Fcrlt. 
The Sixth and LAST CONCERT will lake pla -e 

Saturday Afternoon. June 17, at 2 P.M. 

With the foUowirn; carefully aelecteo Prognm.mc : 
I'.A.DR.T I. 

l-O v<rtB re By the ORCH BISTRA 

3-Serenade Srhnbert 

M. TOM KARL. •uoen 

3— *'Ich Grollc Nicht," Lied by grbamaBB 

(Sung in German.) 

B, "Salavc"— BBRsian Air AlablelT 

(Sung in Russian.) 
HLLE. BELOVC'A. 

4— Air from "11 Tvovatoro" Terdi 

SIC. TAULIAPIETUA. 

S-Serenadc : Covood 

(Sung Id Prtncb.) 
MLLE. BELVCC'A. 
6-ORCHESTR.4.... 



T— Trio from the Messe Solenelle Ros«lai 

(Sung in Latin.) 
MLIE. RELOCCA, lU. TU.M KARL .and SIC. TA<;LI«PIETRA. 

x»-<a.n.T a I. 

l-Ovcnnre ORCHESTRA 

2— Duetto from "Dou Giovanni" Mozart 

(Sung in Italian.) 
MLLE. RELOCCA and »IG. TACiLIAPIETRA. 

3-Ballad, "When the Flowine Tide <'ome« in Hlllard 

M. TOM K 4RL. 

4— Canionotta a Spaeoola Tilanova 

(Sung in Spanish ) 

S— KathlccR Mavonrneen Crouch 

MLLE. BELOICA. 

6— L'A ran lurlere Uomex 

SIV. TACLIAPIETRA. 
7-Grand March ORCHESTRA 

MR. GEO. T. EVANS Conpictor 

The Piano used at these concerts is the celebrated Hteinway, furnished by 
M Gray, sole agent for the Pa-jific Coast. 

SCALE OF PRICES. 

Dress Circle, Oreliestra and Rnlrony $1 00 

Reserved seals Fifty Cents Extra. 

Gallery HO cents 

Private Boxc, $i» and Hiit, aerordlne to location. 

Box Otiice Open Daily at 10 a. m. 



VOX. yinir i. 




n>n A 

STYLISH 

Oo»ur<-t I'o \^^.^ V.I, 

■rGAX>'ik. i-,,.-,i,.i II,,,,, 
. «» Tbirrt MrT«-i. 



California Theatre. 



MB JOHN M vILUil IJM. 
MR llAKTllN Hll.l. 

«»v«*lt ■»• 



.rKor»tm.ii ,»,, M.»«,.»ii 

£[££nch^JBerxnan Kni;]ish 

COWJPLIMENTAKY BEMEFiT^ 

Miss M VRIAj^^^^ 

Sunday JLvening^, June 18th 



Thi pir!, 



<. .. mmrn.. .,il, nn f MiAl H> |.,, ,n| ,i o 
ir. Kmi, ^. rnltlJ<.rt 



LieschenandFritschen 



Lit'.* in > 

Frilsrbrn 



.MtKlt» ki\t.l ■ 



In atrnlranlnl Rnntiari «r «prr lain,.. 

Der FRJEISCnTTTZ 



.■Uft M4RI «% **I%«.IK 

1. *(nH<lMa«na 



3VE-A.n.I3I! SHXJ]Vt-A.I>J 



The whole lo rondnde with, f..r %hf flrrt lim». • Nrw l^m) (hirlrvm. trr*. 
lh<- (HT rf W A Mr<iTAVEn. r.!,ii,.| Tlir 

TWO OAR FANS 

Calfornia Theatre Company! 

By kind rermimior, nf JOHK MrCrLLOVOR, h.Tt klndlf 
conwnt«i to appear. 



HI'KI.RV ET I The Two Oar Tmmt 
I.O>« I 7. 4 ( (Two Orphan. I 
Moih< r Froarbard 

COIi.M 

lartiues — (whobu kindly Tolua Hm d) 

I'eer 

Pleard 

Mil ry Ann , 

CHEVAllt.R 

CoBTirla. Pallreiara, toarilrr 
Durinj: 'h<* l.urIe.<Mie a new .. nf .n-.i d.n r, t 
KiT> M.vimw. cniiil.d "I'M, hi: liAK ' I 1,1 
durcd 1)1 MI'S KATYMVVIIKW .11.1 W A M^ 

The Piano u.e<l nn thia occasion !• Ihr GI'ILP i'lAN-o wljii^ »«mtt 
tion. " JAH) H »M1TII. Urn>ral Armt. iW SUk.i.^ MT~t 

£»laeot xvo'^v «_>i3o>A. 



.W, A. «ir*T«irK 

>. ItMt. 

Harrt m»«4. 

T. M. hi • «• 
Ml-, bull' .Ixhr .« 
Nl.. tarrlr >^*aii 
•iU. tMnlr NIar. 
J. I. blidai 
Ml«t. MtKIt^ *l\Uttl 
rtr. 



tee Opera House. 

: New Montgomery and Uiasion Sts. 

ft. .COL. WILSON! Assistant.. J. GRIFFI>fSOX 

s-A<iER MATT K EI-LY 

■ Orch estra JOE. GREEN 

rwhelming' Buccess 

V£NINO JUNE 16 



THE CALIFOKNlA 

oiJo X^ln is-x-el try o-VL-^s 
BMTV REAIITIFIL VOi .\G LADIES. 

Interlocutor-MATT KELLY. 
.JAKK WALLACE I Boaes...^^ .^CHRISTY 

INTERIM OF THREE MINirTES. 

Grand and Varied Interlude. 



PE LOLA 

>na :iad DaHtt- 



...I\ IK.R SPi-.t lALTIES 

.Cliri«ty and »illlaiiiH 




LLINQ DOUBLE TRAPEZE ACT- 

^atrigraiit Bi-oihers. 

ME^IIMtJE-E^indJI^J^C H M IJIT. 

Em m a .Marl In ej, 

i Horn p'p e. .M iss Lnla Wilson 

....And , Christy 

^.^^^^/^^^_^^.^ ^..^.;^_^..PIIILO.ME,\A 

t UARIE AUGUSTINA WATRIGANT 

her world-renowned and unapproachable 

.lions on tlie '^laclf'^vire. 

INTERMISSION. 

J. B. t 0!Nr>01\ 

J.X HIS SPKCIALTIE.S. 

THE CE:^EI!RATE'> 

RIGANT FAMILY, 

(FIVE IN NUMBER), 
ncipal European ai.d American Hippodrome, and 
-p TUEIR MARVELLOUS EVOLUTIONS. 

To conclude with 

K4CTERISTKII E "MenhlslopbilCH 
nerlte,' Mme. iHEREsE A M. .■SCHMIDT 

Itiroducmi' the Beautiful 

leaux Vivants^ 

.\rinphes en Repos; 

No, 'i-Le» Graces; 

.,. .^^,^^^^^^ ?"'J*~J''** RaechjMile*. 

will please remove their hat. In Orchestra and Dres. 
ITIVELY No SMOKING. 

3e. '•nturclay at s>2 F». M, 

'RDAT EVENING, First Appearance ot 

fc O .^ T M O I.V O 5* Jh: Z 

iMling and wonderful ANTHODEAN FEAT 
il^' LA PROMENADE U'HEJICUIE. 

SCALE OF PRICES. 



Grand Reopening ! 



AT THE OLD STAND. 



Maynard & Jones 

HAVE REOPENED THEIR 

Magniflcot Shoe Parlor ! 

WITH THE FINEST STOCK OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES 



..ON.. 



Sole Agents fortho LILY TOUNO, PRATT k 
BRACKETS Celebrated 

Alexis Ties and Gaiters. 

None Genuine except stamped with our Trada Mark; Sole 
Aeents (or SAMUEL DUNBAK ft CO'S. Fine MisM*' and 
Children's Shoes, and OKAY IIROS. Extra^Fine LmIIm' and 
Uiaees' New York Shoes. The lari^eat and flnest it^^k of 



X3i3'\^7'xr<j' cj. ^xjn.rc'Bt 



LADIES' and MISSF-S' SllOta in the City. Every pair 
WARRANTEO GENUINE. 



-'CCESSOBa IC 



New Oljrmpic Variety Buckley's Varieties. 



1 ii:^ /=(. Tn^. 
SoDtlieast Comer Third and Misaion Strests. 

J. HAKIll.NOTO.N Propristor 

JouNNV Tiers Stage M«nig.'r 

Ihaoore Frakr MuAtcAl Direcur 

Ra.M) .LPll Dixo.N Scenic Arli't 

Most Complete 'Variety Organisation lo the City 
30 PERFORMER.S 29 DKAHTIFrL lOi^t; LADIES 

TUERSi WK.ST, lioncj I ROSA * WEIX H. T.mbo 
If HOWAUn, Interrogator 

THIS EVENING JUNE 16 

Ihe Ball Opens at 8 o'clock 15 Miontei. 

(^it)cludii.r with THE STORM MAKOH 

Overture ..~~r~l7T^~,,, tlrche.tra 

^lay JLicroy. 

HorrlH Welch Cbamninn tiae 

Lawrrnec Clifton And III. tinll.r 

i yclia X.t-vln(r*^t<>ii. 



N. W. comer Kearny and Pino R<ro*t«. 
JIM H'XKiN.' ;^ ■:"-'ZZT. '«T' 

rKANS MoHTlMom I 

K Sriiniidt . .Mnaaal l>lrw«« ' lln^ 



THIS EVENING 



jvni, IS 



The P.TtofTDaiic. will C'wnmMi'w wSUi a 

First Part of Wit, Song and Fun 

riniahmt with th» ri.AVTA-noin »aik AR"' >I> 



XVfT^W\T^XJX»\ 



Mrdln O»*r(or* 



Cr'K'.Iri 



Scenes In m Baker]^. 



LITTLE GRNRRALI 



Run In koln 

fH Rin.) imii "*»>>, 

tlltRllt Mlhlll»nN 



I n*t t • tnortm 
<t II I nni icr 



Roaa. 



A*'.^l^.^ ^ ■ *"'',^_-., 



l*»Anfp|tf 



Harry Howard and hls^Banjo. 

(ivrrtiirc Orrhr.lra 

X ydin I^l'viti|r~ton. 

niLLV WFj»T. the Champion Bon« Pl.y-r ot Ih» Wr^M 

4I«; MiiRRI* WlltM 

Ijiwrcnce Cimon *"«l HI. «.alUi 

T. J. DeAnir**'!"- 

Overlnre Or«lir«i.« 

theISarber^shop 



3VI O TL^^T^JL E: XT.. 

Hone AMD •««rB I.IUJI VI > I I < ( C 

DfiWTI^T SHOP. 



Dutch S^IlhCXO. 8onK» 

I amir ItlllT »*• »»•* 

ALIKE AS TWO PEAS I 



Roaa 



.And. 



WrM 



DIET LBROV «Bd »l%%i» W I K H 

I'llns Faiirn »«r'.irr 

••«nr oftke B^r*" •••• »l\Mi " • I « M 

Ovrrlarc ^^ OrthrMr^i 

The T-nro Comiqucs. 

Wtirt. . . , ■ . ■ , ■ ....... .■■^.■^. ^; .And _■ -yj-yi--:^ """ 

FIT* MlnnlM Inttrmlulnfi to rite Unx la M« HUf* 
Tot Ih. Roy.1 

Fralllf . the B4 llr nrih<- •.™r«l<'", HI/« IlBrrlntlnn 



Klni' 



rt 



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1,1, 



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Mr. Ijidur 

Jambo . I ■ • ■•r 'r.. '.< 

a liil.pl ;.. ■ , .:» •-!, in !■■ • ' ' nrr* 

Mr Kliwilli,:- «n cMrt:; I'r.Kn «n -.r.. I r. ..«■») ^ n 
hi. wllo Utaiuc be ku a t«n<l«nC7 «« f •<'•'" >'" 
Thin... . »"■' '•»"'*' 

.Mr. Fitiwllllam. wh^ I. wlllln* to t«»« »»'n 'h«i."» 

wltbbimln Pari, hi March of ih« ••»• _•'•■'"/ w.l»<. r 

Dnlehy T J U.Arr 

Can Can danc«ni, l.iil*. In wa)Uo«. »7 Onr Hn H»w LwlU. • 
r.f*.' 1 e«pr«i»*lr f^ tht. p t 



(•ran tal* "r»r9** rMfca" ' .Hr« 

iKiiAn ^iTur Rftiwaai! 

ILIHt. (" >'* «• •• I •< R 

TRIP TO PARIS 

T" "Rf. Tiir 

fUanli. Ih' r«rl«l»i« ■•11' «»Im !••• Il-li 

«,. fii,..i' i»n.. n.iur I, »--... 

I..'' ' ■ 

V- 

M... • . J J 



TBI OKOAM OT AHUSIMKNTS. 
PnblUhed Ktwt Dmt In «>• T"". »» 

0-_ x'. ^oa-.A.i^i>TT«i. 



U« Mrrchnnl Strirl. »m-Iow MoBlKomery 
Sun ••ranrUro. 

«*■ I),,trilm'..l Kr.o lhroTU!hout th.- Cltr (Ully 
HOl'HK I'Kl'liKAMMK (or the loUowin* pUc« of 
' AjnuAt^Bifut . 

California Theatre: , 

Wado's Opera House; 
Baldwin 8 Academy of MuBlc; 
Magulre's New Theatre; 
Kaerulre's Opera House: 

Platt'8 Hall 

Buckley's Varieties: 

New Olympic Theatre; 

Palace Opera House 



yUlDAY.. 



.JlfNE IG 



Aiiuisemeuts. Etc. 

Oprra nanM. 

Till- i>n»l i» the nrrt ii»rt thia week i» the mu«i 
c»l •ketch entltleil "The Horfe C»r».' Billy Kmer- 
•on'i iipccialtie,^ are new and good. Goes and Bchool- 
onJt are on the bill and "Henry the Fifth m Black " 
now goei capitklly Tlie aoenerj i> eapecially to be 
■dmited. the tonehea of a great maater being recon' 
uable in each aet. 
■acnirr'i New Theaur. 

An entirely new iirogrammK wa i presented last 
night, the house being crowded in consequence. 
Mouie of the new a-jts are. song and dance byHer- 
Uert Oawthorne, new songn by Baby Mc Donal'l. 
the «)rrin Brothers lu new feats. Blanche Selwyn 
in new chances, little Jue Cawthorae in hiti imi- 
tations of Gus Williams. Ramon Lerano iu his 
wrlai tligtit.aud Seanlon and Cronin in their origiual 
ac^ '.Since Terry Joined the Uang Lafiies' uight 
to-night, ladies free 

Calirumla Thraire. 

Mr. I^wrence Barrett and "Henry V." are in 
their laiit week and will only 1^ thrice more unto 
the breech dear (rleuds. the laat matinee being to- 
morrow afternoon On Monday next "Julius 
C«sar" will be prcshnted in extraordinary style, 
with Mas.^rs. Lawrence Barrett. John McCulIough. 
Barton Hill, Harry CdwarJa, Fredirick Thome 
and C B Uiabop, in the cast 

Baldwin'ii Aradrmy of SluRle. 

The dflli Strakesch Concert wu given laat night, 
the atteTidance being as usuU fair and fashionable. 
The new prograrane was chiefly remarkable 
from the fact of Mile Helocca'0 singing seTcn songs 
in seren dilTerent languiges, a linguistic feat. 
whioh should at once sat her in a high position 
Binougs*. the noMo order of pbilolngists The >'u' 
«Un<fr«m Roislni's "golentn Mass " waa Taluible 
•a an etkihltion of style, Schubert'a "Der Wan- 
derer" was very sweetly sung aud gained a recall. 
Goddart's chinson 'Dites mot' is simple and pleas- 
ing whilst "Home. Sweet Home" was deiiciously 
sandered. the sweetest ballad in the English Ian. 
Kukge gaining adilitlonal sweetness from Mlhi. Bel- 
occa's rick tones. The Berceuse from Gtinca's 
opara was hardly a S'jtH .*Ient]y marked composition 
by which to J jdge the cornpoaer, whilst the Epaoish 
•Ir and Kicci valaeweregiven with such spirit and are 
in themselves such spirited compositions that both 
were enceraiL Signer Ta«lia»ietra and Mr Tom 
Karl were both kindly received, the warmth in the 
baritone's reception being easily noticeable, the 
encore granted Mr Karl's readition of 'You'll Re- 
member Me.' being thoroughly hearty howeter. 
The floral gifts last night were very handsome and 
the fifth dress wss as charming as any of ita four 
Itredecesaors. The laat concert will be given to- 
morrow evQoleg 

fTade'a Opera lluuse. 

In ooDscMueBce of what la ' ftdvertised aa the 
"unabated success ' ot Mr. Geo RignoU ta Henrr 
the Fifth, the Bhakspearean spectacle will be con- 
tinued during next week until further notioe. Mr 
Kignuld s benefit does not take place to ni^jht but 
will be held on Friday night noit when "Eomco 
and Juliet will form the bill. 
Mliu. Mniirr's Benrfll, 

Sunday evening bcntSts at Ihc California Thea- 
tre are becoming very fashionable. On Sunday 
evening next. Miss Marian Hinder, a yoang 
lady ot much versatihty of talent will take 
her complimentary benefit at this popular theatre, 
when a bill ot unusual atlractivetecs will !« pro- 
duced. Iiirludiiii; "LIschen and Fii-ch.n ' by Miss 
Marian Siuger and Mods. C Morrell. the second 
act ot 'Der FreisohuU. " Miss Alice Harrison in 
her specialties aud a burlesque of Hestayer's etn 
titled "The Two Oar Fane." 
BaelileT-a New Tarlcly Tbeatre. 

"Scenev in a Bakery." the LittJc (Jeneral. Mortl- 
mirs sictclies. sunes. comic and sentimental, aud 
"ABother Trip to Paris'" t« night. 
Rcw oi;nipir Variety Theatre. 

Harry U iward wilk bh banjo, lii.ly West on tLo 
bones. T J. DeAcijelis in his character BkotchM. 
and other attractions to-night 
Palarr Opera House. 

Mme Mario Agustina Watrlgant appeared last 
lUght in hei not on the alaek wire and createil a 
favorable impres.iin The Pas Cbaracleristlqne 
by Mm«. There^e an.l Mons Schmidt it worth 
aeeing 

Woodward'* tlardriu. 

Among tLc features of the variety perfermance 
Saturday and Sunday arc JeH and Sallie DeAnge- 
Ik aa the Dutch lovers ; the tcrpekhorean wonders, 
the Allen Sisters. Lupoils Aerial b«r act. and Mile. 
Madelines trapeze. A mammoth oichestration 
operates everj- day and the beautiful ^!„<J,..p,a 
Ocu'at.i is in b'.ooni. 

The t'ollalfial Loan nud Mavines Bank 
t'ompMny 

FiT^iRn';L,"T"'"..''t "T"'^'' "'« columns of 
nerof I o»t and Kean;y sfi.ets for the pun.ose oi 
making a ei«.alty ,.f Lo;a.,i.E M(:n^^ ..t: (.■ollateral 
^r"".;.T*' "l d'an^o'-l--. silver Vl.^te.ewel^ 
4^ci«l''ir":„'^''.l'-"i.'"^ "' T-tirest uame^: 
mfStSn J^Ii""""' R«''""":i' to the advertisil 
kI^I J?" "•'".■"^'^ "■>« ^hat the Directory of the 
Sj^m^^Sw."^ "*•'"" »"■' well-known biJ' 
Sh^ce and^r . """" '""'"" ranfidcnce at a 
glance, and sr ■ a guaranUe that the affairs of th» 

■ 'h "bank Til^^l'r ir±"f.^ fairlfslrh^rlbly' 
ne^,l., .„^ .1 """""hing that has long been 

needed and those who are unfortunate in suST 
etc.. will now have a home o f refuge. w 

Sandalwood 

Is Ihe niost pewciful medicine in restorin- to 

.h*i' -n'^"' the m.cus membrane o?%Je 

n,^H ""V" P''°<J"f«' aicknesa, andiecer- 

-n and sj oeJv in its aclion. It 13 fast suiier- 

!nsi?,vv;;'',f""°^''^-, ^'"'^ <^»i'^"i^cu; 

in si\ r.r luhi ilavs. N-- other metij.-'..- ..... -i . 



rUAT lltUTVI.NO TEAI.V. 

The train it .Urted out upcn the midnight air: 
In the Pulln^^ai. Palace Cur there waa one imssen- 

jaire, 
WTio'd beer, trapped into paying a «:.()•) f»re. 
And hl5 curses sounded deep at .lurrett and 

Paluiaire. 

Sit brothers, sit, sit with care, 

II the train goes off the track we'll all be knocked 

nowhere. 
There ain't no kind of Blip!, in this here Palace 

Cairo, 
To be puncheJ in the presence of the passer jaire. 

With iU four- and-lwcnty deadheads, and its sin- 
gle pajiiiK fare, 
nie train went on to Pittsburgh, and there the 

fat Pa'mairi 
S«iJ, I do not go no further, not by a D. S. no, 

sair. 
It looks too much like work, and for w*k I am 

not there. 
And it crossed in less than no time th.s greit 

Aniericair, 
With its f ur-and-twenty deadheads ai^J its sin- 

Iflejiaascnjaire. 
Hut when they got to- Frisco, each one of them 

did swear. 
They'd never go aiiothtr trip with Jarrett and 

Palmaire. 

As a inone.v speculation ti Is onlj right and fair 
To say it was a fizzle, and the histrionic p:iir 
Are greatly in the hole; that agaio tliey w II 

nevaire 
Take a train to San Francisco with a single pay- 
ing fare. 

"If. H. V." 

Tbest three lettsrg form tb« syirt <U 
phnnc of Mia. Mary IJurham Fiake, the 
clever wife of Stejihen of that ilk. "M. 
H. I'"."ha3 recently been appointed dra- 
matic critic of the Arcadin-n, and the fol- 
lowing couple of extracts arn given as 
specimens of her style. They are pub- 
liiihed under the head of "Gossip of the 
Week " 

"uncle TOM." 

The revival of "ITncle Tom" at the 
Park Theatre, brings to mind many little 
incidents, funny and otherwise, connected 
with the run of that famous piece. 

The first and best of the Evas was Cor- 
delia Ileward, the great original- a lovely 
child, who grew to womanhood unspoiled 
amid all the petting aud adulation of two 
countries, England and America. 

t'ordelia commenced her career as the 
delicate Eva when a rosy baby of little 
more than three years, when she was un- 
able to proneiinoe nJany words, and used 
to say : 

"I don't want to leave you, papa— but 
for that I should be pirfeetJuU happy." 

Her death-scene always had the house, 
irrespective of sex, in floods of tears. One 
of the most telling representations of that 
effective deathbed was upon one occasion 
when her childish heart was wrung by 
grief for the loss of a little brother. Not 
loss in the general acceptation of the word; 
but the enteri>iising spirit of inquiry 
which leads small boys to stray off ani- 
mated the young Howard, and after a 
day's seareh with no tidings ef the wan- 
derer, Cordelia was forjed by circum- 
stances to dry her eyes and play her little 
part 

D'aring the evening the boy was found 
and brought to the theatre. Kaowiug the 
distress of the tiny actress, a friend, to re- 
lieve her anniety, took the recovered 
brother in his arras and went to the wings 
to show Dely the baby was found. 

Cordelia was in bed as the dying Eva — 
her father knelt at the foot, with his back 
to the oheerin,^ spectators. Eva raises 
herself slowly as St Clair asks : 

"What do you see, my child ''." 

And Eva answers, "Hope, Joy, Peace," 
and falls back dead. 

Just aa her father asked the question, 
Cordelia looked off the wing and l)ehel(l 
the little boy in the a'jtor'a arii.s. 

This was too much for the wee actress's 
equanimity. She struggled up, reached 
wildly out, and cried : "Oh, father ! 
Johnny's found ; my little brother ! See, 
he is there -there in uncle's arms !" Then 
with sudden recoUectien she solemnly 
added, "Love ! Joy ! Peace !" and sinking 
back died in the orthodox fashion. 

A crowded house burst into cheers— so 
thrillingly, so naturally had the little 
artiste played. Very few dreamed but 
the episode was set down in her part-- 
that the "little brother," who actually ap- 
peared to her in the wings, iN'as a departed 
shade, meeting the dying child in the 
opening gate of heaven, was the full con- 
viction of a weeping audience. And luany 
a speetator must afterward have wondered 
why those telling lines were "cut out" 
concerninj; the "lost brother," who once 
figured at Eva's death-bed, and added so 
much to the impressive utterances of the 
dying child. 

THE BOHLKE. 

All New Yorkers, and every country 
deacon between Main and Mexico, remem- 
ber the first "lUack Crook;"' first at Niblo's 
and first in the hearts of the country- 
man. 

How, after the ballet ot 200.1eg power 
had parted fer the premieres, then glanced 
the tinkling; feet ef Betty Rigl, thea the 



i men loosened their neck-ties and pulled 
viciously at their Lorgnettes. 

Truly a grand trio, but a moment more 
the trio was made a glorious quartette by 
the dashing Hohlke, who, with the style of 
a cavalry officer, flashed through a mad, 
inspiriting dance, called the Hungarian 
Polka. 

Augusta Sohlke was more of an individ- 
ual than the other three. The mischevous 
face expressed the fun of which she was 
priestess, and to see Sohlke dance was not 
to think of long hours of weary practice, 
or question if the smile concealed a pain, 
as is often the case. You suspected the 
greenroom and dressing-room echoed the 
pranks of this sprite-and your suspicions 
were well grounded. A merrier, brighter, 
fresher little woman could not be found. 

After a while she went to Paris and 
and Vienna to fill engagements, and 
drifted out to the Pyramids. 

In Egypt she was a great favorite, and 
her saucy, insouciant style captivated the 
rulers of that sandy region. 

Coming back she went to the Grand 
Opera in Paris, dancing gaily till four 
weeks ago. When Sohlke read of the Cen 
tennial, "It's the place for me," she said, 
as she packed her jewel case and started 
for America. 

The little lady is bright aa ever, and will 
shortly appear in New Yark. 



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That's blent with Eastern Oyster fame ! 
He has.the finect ever bred, 
And iiewl.v taken from the bed. 
Oysters stcw'd, or Oysters roast. 
Curried or Fried, alike's his bo.a8t ! 
To Cokville's famous Sadolk Rook, 
The {asbion of all Frisco flock ! ! ! 

At 415 PiXB Street, mind. 

This noted rendezvous youll find, 

Eleoanf Priva'i'K Rooms are there 

To accommodate his Patrons fair, 

Wlw, as they take their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the wliile. 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the Saddle Rock. 

Emerson Corville is, to-day. 

Largest Importer on the Bay, 

And the whole trade U|>on the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope. 

And then for Clams,— soft or liard thcll,— 

Lobsters and Cralis, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the fjimous Saddle Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, you bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Ouinntss' Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt.) 
Of bri.^'ht Chinipagne the finest brand ; — 
Tea, Coffee and Chocolat'' always on hand. 
Visit Corville's but once— at all others 

you'll mock, — 
For there are ODne can compare with the 

Saddle Rock! 

Eherscn CoKviLLh's Saddle Rock Otbter Saloon, 
Hi Pine Stree t, oi>posite th e Market. ck 

nanaserg 

Ot Ainusemente, ExcutBions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printmg 
fctabliahmetit of B. F, Sterett, 532 Clay Street. 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are ttu^ed out in 
the shortcat possible space of time. Also, Beau 
tUnl Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc., printed to 
loit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett keeps con- 
s'antly on hand a fine line of blight colored pa- 
pers of every shade, and the prices charged for 
these are very little in advance ot plain white 

fiaper. Streamers of various sizes, from 18 to 42 
nch letters, in stock, of all colors of paper and 
Ink. Theatre Uanagrers are especially invited to 
call for estimates. This well-known Printing House 
waa esta'.iiished by the present proprietor in 1850 
and has been iu successful operation ever since. 

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Don*t Pay Taney Price* 

By goins: to Mort^omcry or Kearny street to 
pet your hats, when you can buy the verj- finest 
class of jfoods considerably cheaper than in either 
of these streets by callins^ at "T'he" Hat Store, 
6i7 Washinjj^oti street, below Kearny, besides, 
ha\in^ a sp^.endid and complete assortment to 
chooae from. This is a positive fact, andevenone 
ia sure to bo pleased if they call at the above 
place. M 

What is lh<j value of a life? Gold cannot 
iiKaPtirc it. Yet when menaced by a violent 
cou^h or cold, or any disease leadine to consump- 
tion, a EinfEle dollar invteted in Hale's Honey of 
Horeh»und and Tar will Unquestionably preserve 
it. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute. 

The La«MeK of Han Franclseo 

Will lieglsd CO lesrn of the opening of first- 
class ofliccs at 6 '4 Clay street, opposite Kohler, 
Chase k Co**, where they can be supplied with 
first-class Chinese domesiic servants at short no 
tice. We heartily recommend Messrs. Kin^ & 
Merriti asc ntlem'en who will study m every way 
to please their customtrs. u 

Don*t Help Pay Oilier People*^ DebU, 

But so to the Furniture and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shabur & Co., 707 Market street, nearThird, 
andsave fully 25 per cent, by buying of them. Their 
motto is : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," there- 
fore they have iio bad debts to make up out of ex- 
tn larofi'ii. 



TROPOLITAN THEATRI 

SACRAMENTO. 
This very ilcslrublr propertT is located 

on K Street, between Fourth and Fifth, and 'is 80 
feet on K street by 160 deej). nmning to the 
alley in the rear. The Theatre is a very good one. 
and is well stacked with scenery and all the appli- 
ances necessary to the production of any ordinary 
play. The stores in frout are all rented, and the 
rental receipts are now between $500 and $600 per 
mouth. It would cost about §00,000 to build a The- 
atre and stores like the building in question: but 
this desirable property can be bought for §33,000 
casn. Parties wishing to negotiate for the theatre 
can write to W. K. MORROW. Sacramento. 

W. K. MORRO'W, 
For Kent.— This theatre can be rented by the 
night or week by writiug to above address. W K. 
MORROW. de24-tt 




rhe ereen Koom. 

This popular resort of the profession and al 
tpiciu'es who can ajipreciate go<xl liquors and a 
good lunch, isdinctly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has just been beautifully freecord and is 
aow a model oi t-oste and elesrance. Everj'body 
roes to tho Green Kitoin between the acts. X 



rhe Anteloiic Oyster Iloase. 

Our specialty, always the best oysters in market 
•ervcd up iu the best style of cooking. Our 
Eastern transplanted oysters excel any other in 
market Established in 1864. No. 612 Market 
near Montgomery. b 

• 

. Dr. Cuas C O'DoNTfBLL (late U. S. A.), office 
and residence b26 Kearny street. The treatment 
of women aud children a ev>ecisdtv. z 

Millinery tiwodt, 

t^'holesale and ret% at Pa aier's, 726 to 734 
Market street. 



Cloaks, Sacques, Lace Caps and Bonnets, etc., 
just received at Palmer's, 7'2C to 734 Market St. 

tievr Store ! New Goods ! 

C. Hermann, for a number of years with J. C. 
Meussdorffer 4 Bro., has opened atNo, 402 Kearny 
street, near Pine, with a splendid stock of Hats 
and Caps. "The finest goods at the lowest pos- 
sible prices !" is his motto. k 

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Fresh and Sweet. 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty 's, for 
. merly Canty & Waimer's. 107 Montiromen' St . 



PROGRAMMES, 
And all ilnis of Printing tor 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATE8, BI 

B. F. STERSTT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 

S. F. &N. P. R.R.& STEAMERS 

.. . AND THE. .. 

FULTON & GUEHNVilLER. R. CO. 

Change of Time. 

On and titter iMomlHT, May 20, 1S7<», 
the Steamer JAMES M. DONaHDE. Captain W. 
Warner, will leave Green-street Wharf daily (Sun- 
days excepted) at 7 A. M. and 3 r. m., connecting 
at Donahue Lauding with the cars for Petaluma, 
Cloverdale and way stations. The cars will leave 
Cloverdale daily (Sundays excepted} at 8 A. m. and 
3:30 I'. M., counecting with steamt^r at Donahue for 
San Francisco. Close connections made at Fulton 
with the Fulton and Guernville Itoad for Koebell's 
Mills and Picnic Grounds and terminus of the road. 
Shortest and Quickest route to the Geysers. Through 
from San Francisco in seven hours. Close stage 
connections made for Littou's. Skaggs' Mark West, 
Santa Koaa White Sulphur, Bartletts. Highland 
and llarben's Springs. Also, ^Jkiah. I*oint Arena, 
Sebastopol, Bodega. Duncan's M^Us, Lakeport, 
Clear Lake, Mendccino. fetritied Forest and Quick- 
silver Mines. 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS— The Steamer leaves 
(ireen-street wharf Sunday inprning at 8 A. M. 
Connects with cars at Donahue for Cloverdale and 
ail stations on the road. Returning, will arrive in 
San Francisco Sunday, 7:2U p. m. Excursion Tick- 
ets sold on board. 

Freight received on wharf from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. 
P. DON AH UK. Preaiaeit 

A. A. BEAN, General Superintendent. 

F. U. GEKDKS. kien'l P. & T. Agi. 

General Office, 43ti MoDtgomery street. SaD 
Fran Cisco. fe20-tt 

Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN STREET. 

LOS AXGELF.S, t'ALA. 

A. G. RYAN & CO Proprietors 

COL J. H ■WOOD...: Business Manauei 

GEO. F. MOORE Stage Manager 

WANTED innEIIIATELV, Lntiy Artists 

in ail Branches of the Profession, also an A No. 1 
Pmiierty Man. one tliat can Paint Scenery. Variety 
Talent wanted at all tinn's. Write and get a date. 

Agents for Travelling Companies will do well to 
address COL. J. H. -(VOOD, 

myll Opera Houee. Los Anyeles. Cal. 

OPERA HOUBE, 

■AM JOim, C/Lt.A^ 

This Beantlfal and Newly Rcnovat« 

Theatre is to be let by the Night, Week, or Month 
at reasonable terma. 
iil4-tf fi. EROHASKa.. Proorietor 

<Hi n Fr Inline Pit-.^scs 

3>0 FOR HOYS Ct^Miks' 

Tand business men. '•■■•S. 

AT THE 

City Novelty Company. 423^ 
Washington St.. S. F. '^ 
je6-lf 

KUSS HOUSE SALOON. 

No. 313 Ilonleoniery Street, 

Ru3s House Block San Francisco 

R. B. STEWART. Proprietor. 
N. B.— Saloon open all night. ap25-tf 

THE CAP^ DES ARTISTES 

Corner of Bnsli nud Dnpont Sts.. 
Under the Poodle-Dog Restaurant. 

(Suruamcd the French Hercules). Proprietor. 
The Best Quality of M'incH, lifnnors, 

and Cigars ou band Billiards. nolo 

BOOK & JOB C'5^ COMMERCIAL 

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Keal Estate Agents and House 
Brokers, 

330 KEARNY STREET, 
Win take full eharce of propertT for 
parties wishing to leave the State, and will give 
bonds if required. By permission we refer to the 
following named geutlemen ; A. J. RltVA^T. 
Mavor ; W. P, HirMPIIKEYS, Surv.-yor; .1. 
WIeLAND, Brewer ; JOHN «'AIYKKT. 
Builder; FR.4NK KAlItK, Capitalist. myl9-tf. 






ZIMMERMAN]^ 

G-ARDE] 

OAKLAND. 

The Manaernidit of Ibe al)o^ 

respectfully announce to their friel 
public generally, that tlitse Gardens 
gone extensive and elegant repairs, li 
large and very fine 

Dancing aid Musical 

which has been thrown open o he 
numerous other attractions, such as S 
leries, Bowling Alleys, tiwiugs, etc. A 

Orchestra and 

Will be in attendance every S 
day and evening. 

All Alameda Tralu.s stop at t 

and Elll.s StN., near the tiii 

SIMON & breck, r 

ADMISSION, 25 fENT: 

P. S.— Special Terms made with Si 
for Picnics. 

JUST ISSUED-200th EI 

MANHO( 

r.EVISED AND OORRECThiJ EY THE 

E. DE F. CURTIS, M. I>.. K 

A !IIc<Ilc-al rs.say on the C'ansc 

A premature decline in man, showing 
i9 lost and how regained. It gives a cl 
of the impediments to marriage, the 1 
nervous aud physical debility, eihaus 
and all other diseases appertaining tht 
suit of twenty years sacceseful practice 

CURTIS ON 'MANHOOD.'' -Ther 
ber of society by whom this book will r 
useful, wh' ther he be parent, precept 
man. — London Tunes, 

Price— One Dollar, by mail or expre 
the author. DR. CURTIS. 5«0 Sutt* 
Postofljce Box 337. Hau Francisco. Cal 



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lapringB. DR. ROWES PATENT 

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tiLsIi Street, between Monteomery and Kearny. 

)BERTS I.F.SSEK \Kn Mana ORR 



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|> KTXOZS HO as El 1=1 1" SI 

>iiderful Corribisistioni 

EiDAY & SUNDAY EVE'GS JUNE 17 & 18 

^^^OLllT I. 

ncnt'c with the Wonderfnl HERBERT tlMTHOKXE 

^Vuxc. aTudgment of Paris. 



^Two.TIiie ^In^TG Market, 

JBA.13Y jwcuorv^L.e> 

w -lud Orlalual Act. eiilitled "JI'EVO!) a>K SALOX !" 

ART PICTURE NUMBER FOUR- 

opatra, Before CJaBsai*. 

Blauclio S*el-wyn 

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liy re^nrst, Strolline on the Miud«. 



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PAHT II. 

ART PICTURE NUMBER ONE- 

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ART PICTURE NUMBER TWO— 

TEMPTATION OF S '". AWTHO^Y. 



ice Terry Joined the Gang !" 

'i. iMyfvTTEkV .WILLIAM SCANLAN 

SLATTKRY WILLIAM CRONIN 

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California Theatre. 

MR. JOHN MoCUULOUGH Propriiitob and MANAoen 

MR BARTON HU L AcTl.M.l Manaokk 

Robert M. Kgerlg... Stage Manasur | Chas. SainiLTZ Miuical Director 

John Torrkni;k Machinist T. J. French Trraaurv 

W. T. Porter Scenic Artist I Martin Joyce Business Manurar 



THIS EVENING JUNE 




Presented by contract with Messrs JARRETT & PALMER, as originally 
produced by them at B0C)TH'8 THEATRE, New Yorlc. 

KING HENRY V .LA.WUKNCE' BARRETT 

Rumor as Chorus SIl!iH Ellie WIKon 

Huke of <:lostrr.. (Brothers tof Frank Kllduv 

i>iike or Krdl'ord ) the King \ 1. I'nrkfr 

UnKe »r l':\rlor. Uncle to the King Henry Edwardi. 

Ituke of Vork. Cousin to the King t, .Inno 

Far I of SalislMiry ft. i>ran 

Earl of *> mtnion^Iantl E. N. TliaTrr 

Eurl of Warwick W. Hlrko 

Arrlilti.slioii of Canterbury .<*. W. Lrnrli 

Bislioi) of Ely H. Mnck I in 

Earl <jf t'uiii bridge ] Conspirators ( Mr. Errri-ll 

Lord ^froop y against A K. noiininnia 

Sir llioniaN tircy..; the King. I Henry t oiiil 

Sir iliDiuas Eritingbnni Wnltrr l.rnitiii 

tower I oaicers of ( Sir. Itraillr.t 

^Iacn:«rrl8 >ICiug Henry'a< Erank Rca 

Flurilen..) Army, (, Frederick Tliornr 

.laiiiry Mr. Murray 

^Vllliunis') Soldiers in ( T. W. lirriie 

Kate.'* VKing Henry'»< I . Eraiik 

fonft ) Arni.v. (. SaiiinrI Elllolt 

Siyni 1 Formerly .Servants to ( Murrj Woods 

BardolDli. VKalstatf. now Soldiers in,< W. A. Mcslajer 

l*l*^tol ) King Henry's Army, (. t'. B. ICislioi* 

Boy, Servant to the above Frank I, II lie 

A ilerjild .1. .loliusiin 

I'liarle!) Tl.. King of France Jolin V.ll.son 

Loul.s, the Dauphiu I. \. Long 

lliike of Bnrgiindy Mr. S(i'|>lien« 

IHike of llriean.s Kelaoii llreker 

Diikc of Bourbon E, f'i:iMl>T 

A Frrn<'li Soldier Mons. llrlor 

The Coosial>le of France Mr. Henry 

Bamburo.s, 1 French f AllirrI W enl 

Krandpre, 1 Lord?. ( Artlinr WMssr 

ClOTernor of Harlleur Mr. Kelly 

IfonlJOT. a French lUrald W. Foster 

The BImIioii «i Bourue*) Mr. .l:-mes 

Fiinee>s Ciatherine, Mile. l,oiil->e ilorel 

Oaine SSiilckly. (IMstol's Wife), an Hostess Mrs. < . K. s.inndns 

Isabel, <.,'ii,en of France MIsH Macsle llianilxrs 

Allee, a Lsdy attendent upon PrinceBS KatlxTiue 

Sllie. <;abrlelle Du Sanid 

Civic and F-ocIosiastic Dignitaries, Noble.", Piivre', Latliea of the Court, Sol- 
diers. Citizens. Etc, by over TWO HUNDRED AUXILIARIES. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, ,IUNE 17th. 

NEXT MONDAY'— Notable yjoduction ! For fij; niijhts and one malin-e 

only ! "Sbakspeare's sub imcly hia"oricaI trageU.v, in eix acts a.id 

seven tableaux, of 

JULIUS CiCSAR 

Ail performed for 110 Nights a*. Vooth's Theatre, New York, undet tli<; 
ma^au'emc^' »' Messrs, Jarrett « Pal ncr. Mr. LAWRENCE BARRETT ns 
Cassius: Mr. ./OHN MoCUM.OUGH as Irultis; and a great cast. New 
Scenf-ry, i'roperties, Costumes, etc, 



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OPEHA HOUSE. 

Ra>b .street. lM<t«eea M*at«aBirrr «■« Hrarar. 

Califoruiii Miusirolsl 



nU.ST WKKK op 



HENRY THE FiFTH in BLACK 



SATURDAY A SUNDAY EVE'OS JUNE 17 A 18 

Programme for this F.vening. 



TAUT Kll:ST ' K \\ !• M •,ai. \mi in.sti., v,| v f ^ ; 



N. Fn' 



IntroilnrlorT Ovrrtarr 

Hailad The LItllr One • .it Home 

t'omlr ^4»nB. 

Ballad Tlii' i.lliir One llial IMrd. 



HOBRIkOS'M rill III •? II t 

W . N. Til 1 4 

r.ll M • Ml nkn% 

m. i.itiiaMi 



inE Tomnii Mnkr liuom for taar I arlr lii><(iiia% 
nrlghlr«l Kn«r> Fade and llle C. ». » ■ l.»IJU« k » 

I>r.-ilKli'TIVF. IINALK 



t om 
Ballad 
The Boiiii 

T«uor,of!"37HE3 CJirr^sr o-^rts. 

the nty Mes.rs. IMI HsOS. « OITO>. MHIIII t Mi < <i >l f t ^ t 

Ko. 3 
Montn'ry 
Street. 



PART SECOND Grana Ethiopian CaiBlral 

ALABAMA^ HOM£S ! 

It; Parllrular Rtmu. 



Fiuann^. 
PoniKy.. 



• I. 

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Somebody's Coat Tails 1 



RoiiH*'!! (ir(pn (from Honomft)... 

Mr ItntfnltGTf. 

AritmiA^U 

(M..irK-« 



in nio l°nrl<nlled <t»erinltlr> and ImllalUnk. 
Ballad "Ncopollf.T.nc" " v." n TILLA 



Till 



A Fine 
l4idles' 
Saddle, 
ensi »W, 
for 91?, 

nt 

INflE 

HARRIS' 

•02 

Krsrny 

Sl:e< t. 

M innMtTtS.. 

,,ri, ..illen... 
rornerof |;„„,„ipi,__ 

ll.^u.l 

.Mrreh.tnt xy i, 

W'lllUlni 
Boy 

CL> 



w hole In r »n« lud'* willi ihc 



HENiY THE FIFTH in BUCK! 

Milh Huprrh J*ccnrr*, <.rnn*l InMrnti^. ItntlTr ^tmr% 
:inil OrlKlnnl Hn«lr. 



IKii.t; lUnrf :h? T-'ifOi 

|l)iikc rtl (iir.^ur 
I i' ,k(- of lic'lfor'l.. 






riic SceiieiT f>»iiil<J f'l '^i jf 



OLLATERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK! 

Is r^ox^tr OxJoix for SiJ.T3ScriX>t;ioia- to Stools., 

' THE CORNER OF POST AND KEARNY STREETS, SAN ERANCISCO. 



Incorporatecl Under tlio l-n>vs nt llif^ If tnto of Cn5ilo>iiln. 



30,000 



•ENSON, of Stevenson's Block, San Franci»co; FREDERICK TUERILL. Coyitallst : J, S. SPEAR. J.r of IM^S^ Sr^»»r/.C^^^^^ 'ii;?rM7rr!'V; s;^^iT».I^.' " ' "^ »»-*«. WW* Ml 

U Sin Mateo CaiiLalist: WALTER O. HOLMES. Attorney at Law. l'resldenl,|sOLO.% ■ Allfcl.. ■«Trri«r 



rATttm, 



IFX'TOIW- ROBERT STEVENS _. . - 

Qcisco; LEANDER SAWYEK, San Mateo, Cai:Lali»t; WALTER G. HOLMES, Attorney at Law. 



H BAXK IS TO IOA:* M0:.EV ON .OLLATERAL »" '■RIJIKS «I,CI1 AS DIAMII^ns, WA M 

tisoto receive Term Deponits and Deposits subject to Call or Check, This Bank will for the present allow tho following Rales oi irpiercsi 



I OBJECT OF THIS 

4 per cent, a mon*h. Also ™ -,.-. . — ^- - - 

H. I i-t Iter rxnt. per nionlli. No Interest allowed on Daily Dciiohlts subject to call or check 
Directors ol thl.s Bank are all well known bb.^lness men of this city, and as such give to all cuatomerj 
cription Books for a United number of shares at $10 per share, are now open at the COLLATERAL 
L OR SEND FOR CIRCULARS. 



or depositors a guarantee of fair and liberal dealing. 
LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK. Northeast Corner Post 
my24'lm 



and Kewny street'. 



r » r^RTTR 



o n. T TK- ! 

Choice, Well-Fumlshed 

Ltside Hoozns 

....TO LET, AT.,.. 
CT8. to ONE DOLLAR PERftlCHT, 

.,..AT THE.... 

SO HOUSE, 

lUCED HATES BY THE WEEK. 

fil«».x>eiiozxxo eitx-eot: 

L. .1. EWELL, Froprlelor. JalS 

E YOUB PICTURES! 

F ANY KIND, TAKEN AT TH 



W YORK 



Irallery^ 




I fiO ■XPZ3CX:F133 so?. 

blnet Flctnre., 94 per dozen. 

J. H. PETERS. Proprietor 



nanxa House 

867 a.x3ca. 888 

it Street, between Fourth dc Finh. 

GLE FDKNISHED ROOMS ! 

:ht, We'k Month. Twenty-flre and fifty 
- Night; 96 to $18 per month. uiyl3-lm 

CANDIES. 

UndR of the FfncHt Cnndr Hade 

beam Candy Factory dally. All orden, es 







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vet 



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THE LARGEST AS80ETMEKT IN THE CITY I Kolhing Ercr SMn Egual to It I 
BAR<;AI.NS at roc to JIC Kearny street, (opposite ll»e Pla/al, nr\t en flly Hall 




WELLINGION COAL. 

The Best Steam Coa l iii the World. 

Vted Excln«lvciy by Uie Brltlah Navy on thlK I onal, and b> the Prlnrlpal L«e*l 
HteaniHhIp (.'ompnnle*. 

FOR DOMESTIC USB IT IS SUPERIOR TO THE BEST QUALITY OF WEST HARTLEY 
and Scotch Splint Coals. , ^ , _. „,^ ,_ 

Be sure you get the GENUINE WELLINGTON. Once used it caonoi be mistaken. Tbe txia U 
bard, splintery, dull in luster, and does not soil the finger. 
For sale wholesale and retail by the Agents, 



ALL. I^A.r>IEN U.-*K IT 

For fale by all Dr»iEl«t«. i r*. Iii 

Boca Beer! BoiMBeer! 
AfiiON HHL. 

The t riehraled Beer ^aw an nraaabi 

fr-.n. tU« nn^f l.»,«r U -of Bi*w«7 ua Ji? C"Ul 
Now on sal^ at 

HENRY GRIMM'S, 

ARION HALL, 



THE CUFF ROUSE! 

RoiRi«e ncEim ^uri^^s b»f»ier5 

FOIRINB SURF. ■OP^IER $E* LiOIS 

Appetizing BreakfMta, Lnoek« 

Diiinera and 8npper». 
BBi.vc vol R wirr. ! 

BKIkt. lOI l: I >»» r ■!*■■• 

BAMA IN TlIK V, d^« « 

U, . • «•! 

Ool<i<-<> <>ate. 

with a Beet ol 

i 



IODIDE OF POTASS. 

Tht Beil Ppriuf Mfdit >»• i« Vtt. 



PDRTADLE 

Extinguishers ! 

FIRE ENGINES 



no' 
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Bottor thjin InBU'nnco. 
PAKHK A l,V< V. ^K'-nl". 

4 17 Market street, 

BAH rmAHCTIKO ••• 



va V yjfr *»»«x 



TV ««» U "^^i- 







asr* .•2rs'-S!r..p.«".'=r'^-:?^w 



rw« OKOAN or AMUSEMENTS. 

ST.- tlKKllIAJiT STREET, 

B«lo. MLKiUom-rr. 8m Fr»ndKO 



SATUEDAY , JUHE 17 



ricirio DIVISION or tbk Atlantic asc 

TiCiriC TILBURAPH CO.. 507 CAUroKNlA »t. 

N«w YoEK. June 17. 187C. 

Op«nrd •* ••* 

Merllug ««■ -^9« 

THAT LltllT>l.>« TBAI*'. 

The Irjin ii surlcd out upcn the midnight air; 
In the rullnjin Palace Car there was one passen- 

jaire, 
Who'd been trappetl into pacing % tSOO f^re, 
And hi» curses sounded dcjp at Jarrett and 

Palmaire. 

Sit brothers, sit, «it n ilh care, 

if Ihc train t;oe9 ell the traclt we'll all be kiio;kcd 

nowhere. 
There ain't no kind c( slips, in this here Palace 

Cairo, 
T) be punched in the presence ff the passcnja'.re. 

With its four and'tntnt)' dcsaheada, and its aiii- 

gfle payi k nre. 
The train wei. i to Pittsburgh, and there the 

tat Fn :..L,r 
Slid, 1 do not go no further, not by a D. S. no, 

■air, 
K looks tui) much like nork, and for work I am 

not there. 

And it cross d in less than no tims this {rrcAt 
Aniericair, 

With its f> ur-and-twenty deadheads ard its sin- 
gle passcnjairc. 

Uut when they got to Frisco, each one of thein 
did swear, 

Th jr'd nevtr go anothir trip with Jarrett aiiu 
Palmatre. 

As a money speculation it Is onlj right and fair 
Tn say it was a fizzle, and the histrionic pair 
An: greallv in the bole; that again they w 11 

neTaire 
Take a train to San Francisco with a single p«y 

ing fare. 

A French giantess h>s marrietl "the wan- 
dering skeleton," a wonderfully thin man, 
ftttachcd to the show with which she 
travels. She wanted a husband she cotUd 
see through. 

SAUDLE KOt'K. 

Ehersos Corvillk is the name 
That's blent with Eastern Oyster fame I 
He l.;is the flnc.-t ever bred, 
And newly taken from the bed. 
Oj^ters itew'd, or Oysters r.iast. 
Curried or Friid, alike'a bis bout ! 
To Cokmllk's famous Saddlk Rock, 
The fashion of all Frisco Suck ! '. '. 

At 415 Pi.vE SiRitKT, mind. 

This nc)t*d rciidervous you'll find, 

£lsuA!(t I'rivatk Kooxs are there 

To accommodate his Patrons fair, 

^^*ho, as they lalie their Oysters, smile 

And beam with pleasure all the while, 

At approbation of the stock 

Of choice Bivalves at the SADDI.K Rues. 

EXEKSON CORVILLE is, to-day, 

Largrat Imp.irtcr on the Bay, 

Anil the whole tra<le upon the Slope, 

Admit that none with him can cope 

And then for Clanw,— soft or hard she;'.,— 

Lobst^m and Crabs, all styles, as well. 

Folks, night and day, now throng the 

block 
Where stands the f.mous Saddle Rock. 

The choicest Condiments, there, you get; 
Finest of Wines and Liquors, > ou bet ; 
Bass's Pale Ale, and Oumniss' Stout, 
(The two best lines, without a doubt ) 
Of bright Ohiinpagne the finest brand ;— 
Tea, Cofleo and Cliocolate always on hand. 
Visit CoRviLLS's but oocc- at all others 

you'll mock, - 
For there are nine can compare with the 

Saddle Rock! 

EHl«8C!t CORTILLS'S SADDLE ROCX OVSIER Sa^OOS, 

41a Pine Stre et, opposite th e Market. ck 
■l«na«en 

01 Amusements, Eicunions, Lectures, and 
Ooncerti, are directed to the splendid Printmg 
■rtabllshment ol B. F, Sterett, 632 Clay Street 
over the San Ftsncisco Market. The largest Post- 
ers, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned out in 
the shortest possible space of time. Alao, Beau 
tUol Prugnunmcs. Tlcketa, etc., etc., printed to 
■tut the most fastidious. Mr. Svcrctt keeps con- 
rantly on hand a fine line of bright colored pa- 
pon of every shade, and the prices charged fi r 
these are very little in advance of plain white 

Kper. StrcaTT.rrs f various sizes, from 18 to 44 
chlett. , ,f »ii colors of paper and 

III ^ *" especially invited to 

""•<"■'■ veil-known Printing House 

was esVaJ .,.,„.,, ,, w.e [.resent proprietor in 1£60 
«Dd hM bcea M suce-cssful Operation ever since 

. 8<J 

!»«■•• Help Pay Olbrr Peoiile-s DcbU, 

But go U-, the Funiituro and Bedding Store of 
J. A. Shul er ,* Co., 707 Market street, near Third, 
and save fully •i'. percent, bv buvingof them. Their 
motto IS : "Buy for cash, and sell for cash," thero- 
fore they have i>o bad debta to makeup out of tx- 
t^ prnfl'^C 

Tke Antelope Oyster ■!•■■«. 

Our specially, alwaj-s the best oysters in market 
•erved up m the best style of cooking. Our 
■Mtjra transplanted oy««rs excel any other in 
e^ket Esublished tn 1864. No. nZ Market 
oear Montgomorv. 

.„5*" *^'I** ^ 0'Dox!<ELL (late D. S. A.), ofBce 
and resulcr.w S26 Keamy sirwt. The twitmcnt 
of women md ch iMren » aoeciUt v. , 

MllUnerr li«oda. 

Wholesale and r«l» »t Pa al»r'^ 726 to 784 



Criterion Oyslcr saloon. «I0 Kearny St, 

Tilt hamlaomest Oyster Palace,— 
Koani all Fri.co where you »ill, 
Ig the rmown'd Critekios,' 

Kept bv EMEB90S CORVILLE ! 

He's the Oyster King of Fri8;o, 
flicahrConml from the East, 
210 ou Kearny Street, 

Wntrc a'l c.in o')t.".:n a feast 
01 dtlieate Eastern Oysters, 

Or of Caliiomia's best, 
Drcss'd in any and ev'ry sty'e. 

That's in vo^-ue from East to West, 
.'Ml the Oyater-cating public 

Protest, without a fiuarrcl, 
Tliut f< r Freshest, Choicest Oysters, 

Cnrvillc can claim the Laurel ! 
Then, for Privacy and Comfort 

All nil Lady Patro.vs tell 
Tlierc'a not another house in town 

They fancy one-half as well ! 
So cosy, cheerful, elegant! 

You're enchaiiteri at a cUnco 

With CORVILLK'S GREAT CRIIERIC* 

It i« ih.' House Par ExcEi.Lr..vcE ! ' ' 
Clams, Lobjtcrs and Crabs the freshest 

In the City you get there ; 
With Guinness' Stout and English Ale, 

Or famed "Bass's Bitter Beer !" 
Sparklin,i Champaj^'ne and finest Wines, 

Imported by him express. 
Excel all other brands known here, 

Connoiseurs all c >nfcss ! 
H, Reader, you like sweet Ovsters,— 

'^'our pleasure to make complete. 
Go to 
EMEKSOV CORVILbE-S CRITERION, 

The Fashion of Frisco's Retreat ! bg 



Don't Pay Fancy Prices 

By pi ing to ilontgoincry or Keamy street to 
^et your hatp, when you can buy the very finest 
jiass of goods considerably cheaiwr thaij in either 
of these streets by calling at ''The" Hat Store, 
*47 Washington street, below Kcumy, besides, 
having a ep'tndid aiwi complete assortment to 
;hooec from. This is a positive fact, and everyone 
IB sure to be pleased ii they call at the above 
p;acc. u 

What is th"! value of a life? OoM cannot 
measure it. Yet when menaced by a violent 
cough or cold, or any disease leading to consump- 
tion, a single dollar invented in Hale's Honey of 
Horchour.d and Tar will un([Uestionatly preserve 
it. Pike's Toothache Dr^jw cure in one minute. 

The Laillrs of San Francises 

Will beglid to learn of the opening of flrst- 
class offices at 6 '4 Clay street, opposite Kohler, 
Chase & Go's, where they can be supplied with 
first-class Chinese domestic servants at short no 
tice. We heartily recommend Messrs. King & 
Merritt asg< ntlemcn who will study in every way 
to please their customers. u 

rtac Green Koom. 

This popular resort of the profeesion and al 
epicures who can appreciate good liquors and a 
good lunch, is directly opposite the California The- 
atre. It has Just been beautifully fresoord and is 
DOW a model Oi taste and elegance. Everybody 
g;oee to th« Qreen Boom betwcea the acts. X 

Do Not Sailer Irom Corns. 

The unforttmate sufferers from Corns, Bunions 
Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant relief 
by applying a't Dr. R. H. Cowan's Institute, re- 
moved to !!07 Keamy street, between Sutter and 
Bush, from 1 to 6 p. M. Wo speak from experi- 
ence, having tested the Doctor's capability. Ref- 
vence given if rcq aired H 

The original "Swain's Bakery" is now established 
B their magnificent new place at 213 Sutter street 
ear Centre Market, and has added a limch room 
and ice cream saloon. Tliis is their only place of 
busines 

Free F.xblkltlon. 

Matinee every Saturday at Townacnd's Candy 
Factory, No. 627 Market street, where you can 
earn how candies are made. g 

•— . — ■ 

Barry op TlioHe Batter Cakes. 

Who has not tried them? New York Butter 
Cakes and Coffe for 10 cents; at Burns Coffee and 
Oyster Saloon, 517 California street, under Califor- 
nia Market. Open all hours of the night and day. 
J. H. Bums. Proprietor.^ • 

BplrltaallzInK Seances. 

Mis. C. M. Sawyer, the Materializing Spiritual 
Medium, will hold seances at 13 Third Street, 
near Market, every evening except Monday and 
Tbursd.ty at 7i o'clock. • 

Pine Watches. 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
(Jallender's, comer of Second and Mission. A 
one assortment ol chains, jewelry, etc. Call and 
examine. 5-y 

Palmer Bros. 

Sell the Palmer two-button Kid Olovc for 91 25 
a pair; 736 to 734 Market street. 

Wade's Opera Doase. 

The best of Opera Glasses for rent at the stand, 
at '.he foot of the stairs, in the vestibule. • 



rrcah and gweeu 

For the best confectionery, go to Canty 'e, for 
Boerly Canty & Wasmer's, 107 Montxomery St, 



Why Do Sherwood Bros. 

Grocers, 508 Market street, near Sansoroe, sell more 
batt«r than any other bouse in the city? Because 
1 500 perf(.-n6 purchase meat in the same store daily 
t u 1 1 about and buy bntter at 10 to 20 cente per roll 
cheaper than elsewhere. No wonder. z> 



Tyrolean Concert. 

Also other performances, every night at the 
Tivoli Gardens, northwest corner butter and iHock- 
toDS'reete Admiisiou free. • 

Every first class dealer keeps the "Standanl' 
Shirts. I 



Palmer Bros. 

Have the best assortment of Liner. Suits in 
he city from $;i,5o upwards. 



Market street. 

aoakj, Sacqucs, Uce Caps and BonneU etc 
Just recived at Palme r-^ 7^ t o 734 llJIrVet St." 
w Store ! New 4;oods ! 

C Ilermann, for a number of years with J C 

Meus^d.rfter jTBro. , ha. op. m d at J?^4r2 K«rn V 

ST,... TKarl^ne. .Ilh . splendid stock of ^Tt', 

P. The fine-t goeHis at the lowest!^. 

^ ; rues 1" IS bisnolto. •»* l^ 

— • * 

'r-sha« reccir«l»new supply cf adUi 
iHren 5 ondenrew-Tcrr che«i>-72c to 734 



Proprietors 

....Bueineea ManaKet 
Stage Manager 



NEW AD VERTtSEWlENTS. 

Wood's Opera House. 

MAIN HTKKKT. 
LOS A.NGKLKS, CAl.l. 

A G. RYAN ft CO.. 
COL .1 H. WOOD... 
CiEO 1 MOOKE.... 

Fifth Weok and Grand Sucoese of 

this New Theatre and Companjr. 

^S^T" >v. ixr «i» B u : 

At all times, first class Variety People Would 
like to arraure with all hrst-cUis Companies or 
t.omblu .tioni coming to this city; tithur rent Khai- 
ing t«im« or a certainty Aa wo control .ivoral 
theatres in adjoining cities, w» can make arrange- 
ments 10 irnit all. WANTED-A good Properlv 
man one that cau paint Scenery preferred 

AddTtSf COL. J. H. WOOD. 

DC » .J ^.PP*" House, Los Angeles, Cal 

P. S Fnday Kight Ladies' Sight. je]7 



.MEFROPOLITAN THEATRl 

SACRAMENTO. 
on K <?.™*,T5*''''"''J?*« property Is located 

?^r ^'^^- 'i*'"««P Fourth and Fifth, and is 80 

alley In tbe rear The Theatre m a very cood onk 
and is w.U stocked with «»n^"and J3 thTapplt- 
ances npcewary to the production of any ordinary 

rental reoeipto are now between 8500 and aiiiO per 
^1™ ,1 . "O^.dww' about $90,000 to build a The. 
t^7 T|S£^r^'oVr^° ^n't" UVt-^o^VcSS 



CiBAWD «E-\Ti;.\VIAl 

CARNBVAL BALL, 

AT THE 

PAVIUON OP THE MECIIA.\IC«i' 
i.VSTITVTE, 

On Tuesday Evening July 4th 



Invitations and Reserved Seats can be had at 
SHERMAN ft HYDE'B Music Store, comer of 
Sutter and Kearny streets. .eJC-trd 

GBAND EXCUt'^SIONS. 

Jfeteamer I>oixoliiie 

VIIL LBAVF 

Green Street Wharf, 

SUNDAY MOKNING, i< A. M., 

For Kobel's Station and Picnic Grounds, taking 
the cars at Donahue and by Guernville Railroad 
to the 

In the Coast Mountains, three hours iu the Lumber 
K<^ion6. knd return to the city again at haJf-p»t(t 
seven P. M. Tourists aad Fleaaure Seekers will 
tiad tbe Ureat Redwood Forests unsurpas&ed In 
grandeur and tnagnificence of eceoery, as well as 
in ibe magnitude of its trees. Also, 

Petalfima. Santa Ro&a, 

Healdsburg, Littons Springs, 

Cloverdalc. 

BxcHfitloB Tickets sold on Steamer. 



iel7-tf 



F. II. CiERDESy 

General Passenger A^cnt, 
OIBce 4<JG Montgomery street. 



Caution to the Public. 

Certain Shoe Dealers in San Francisco 
claiming to have for sale 

BURT'S FINE SHOES 

I want the public to ondtretanU that tbe Lame 

:bxtht 

Intended to deceive by creating the impressioD tbat 
they are my manufacture. I b«g to inform my pa- 
trons tbat 

1 have nevrtr iioltl those dealers any of 
uiy !!»hoeH ! 

As I only plae« my Goods for eaie in a Aret-claKS: 
responsible bouse. My s^Ie Ageats in 8a& Fran- 
cisco are 

73H and 740 .najkeC Str«ef. 

EDWIN C. BURT, 

lelb Dl and 91 Thomas Street New York, 



DOIV A I»D H, 

P 

E 

PERCY 

C 



The Eminent London Clairvoyant and 

Healer, now stopping in this city, at 2CC Kearn; 
street, entrance, room II, who makes tbe following 
propositions : 

First— No charge unless ENTIRE Satisfaction be 
given. 

Second— He will read yonr PAST, PRESENT 
and FUTPRE, guaranteeing the Past to be correct 
or Np FJ£E. 

Third— Advice giren in reference to lost friends, 
property, love or business; satisfaction or no fee. 

Fourth— If in poor health he will locate your 
disease, describe its symptoms and its peculiar 
effects upon your individoal system wixBour .t^K- 
1N« A QUESTION. This health examination is 
made by the wonderful art of Mogicology, witbont 
any visible examination of diseased organs, and is 
given, as a test of power. FREE TO ALL. 

Fifth -And lastly. If your disease is curable he 
wHl guarantee to restore the health without using 
a drop of any drug, by a method of treatment es- 
sentially his own. Particular attention given to 
Nervous Oisesses, Consumption, Female Diseases. 
Sore Eyes, Deafness, Rheumatism, Ncnralgia, 
Men*al Weakness, Loss of Memory, and all diseases 
having their origin in the Bavk, Kidneys and 
Stomach. Fees mo<lerate, averaging from 31 50 to 
|J3 50. Strictly private and confidential. Call for a 
Health Examination or a Reading of Character, 
bjth being given FREE to all as a test of rower. 
Hours from in a. m. until 10 p. M. jeS-tf 



J. K. EMMET, 

.\ow playing the most sarrcssfnt rn- 

gagcment "ever played in Melbourne. " a-s "Friti- 
Our Cousin Uerraan" which has reached its 42d 
repetition, and still running to overflowing houses 
Can be addressed, care Royal Opera Hoiiso, Mel- 
bourne. Victoria. Amtmlii. 

P. K. -Sydney. Adelaide and New Zealand to 
'°"°'''- je-8tf 



PROF. D Mccarty, 

Teaches Ball Koom, Ballcl, Horn- 

K'pe, Flings. Irish and Strainht Jig. Rong 
ance, Clo< and Caobucha, Irish 'Washcr- 
womau. Sword Dances, etc., at 

44; Sixth Street near Market. 

jc7-tf 



Oy 



IF YOU 

sters and Fish 

Couked in goo^ style, try the Oyster 

and Chop House 

S. E, Corner LcldesdorlT and <:iay Sts.. 

formerly known as FRrVNK JOHNSON'S. Tne 

1 rivate Rooms have been elegantly fitted up and 

thoroughly renovated. Open from 6 A. M. to 2 A M 

Ll'.NDUEKV A i.AKKK>, ProprletoiH. 

je3-2w* 



Smoke Cigars Made by 
White Men Only. 

To be bad In all e>tnres and l<>alooni*. 

Manufactured by DENIOKE BR .THERS at th J 
WHITE MAN'S CIGAR fIcTORY 310 and 3^1 
Washington Street. my23-tf 

Prepare for your Centennial trip by layinir in 
a supply of "Standard" ShirtB. i 



YOUNG MEN 

'W'ho may be suffering from the effect of youthful 
follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail them- 
selves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the 
altar of suffering humanity. 



Dr. 



Spinney will Guarantee 
i?orffit$500 



to 



J. M. DUFF, 



For every case of seminal weakness, or private dis- 
ease of any kind or character, which he imdertakes 
and fails to cxu-e. He would, therefore, say to the 
unfortunate sufferer who may read this notice, that 
you are treading upon dangerous ground when yoa 
longer delay in seeking the proper remedy for your 
complaint. You may be in the first sta^e, remem- 
ber you are approaching the last. If v ou are bor- 
deriaif upon the last, and are Buflferii z some or all 
of its ill effects, remember tha*. if >ou obstinately 
persist in procrastination, the time must come when 
the most skillful physician can render you no as- 
sistance; when the door of hope will be closed 
against you; when no angel of mercy cat. bring you 
relief. In no case has the doctor failed of succetis. 
Then Jet not despair work itself upon your im- 
agination, but avail yourself of the beneficial re- 
sults of his treatment before your case ia beyond 
the reach of medical skill or before grim death 
hurries you to a premature grave 

MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! 

There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who 
are troubled with two frequent evacuation of the 
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or 
burning sensation aud weakening tbe system In a 
manner the patient cannot account for. There are 
many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the 
cause, which is the second stage of seminal weak- 
ness. Dr. 3. will guarantee a perfect cure in all 
such cases, and a bealtby restoration of the genito- 
urinary organs. 

All Letters and Conunonlcations Strict- 
ly Confidential. 

Consnitatlons Free— Cbarces Moderate. 
Office Hours from 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. 

CALL OR ADDRESS, 

DR. A. B. SPINNEY, 

No. 11 Keamy Street, San Francisco. 

FREE AND EASY. 



4* 

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ISS 



•OS MISSIUK aTIIKET, 

Near Beoonii, 

THUH. 'WIl.U, CnalriBitii. 

Octll Farther Rotio*. 

A the teat SongB next Saturday Ntghl 
EAtiLKS <fi WILD. 




McDANIEL'S NEW THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE, 'WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Will Open November 1st. Variety Tal- 
ent going East or West, wishing engagements, wil 
find it to their advani age to address, stating term ^ 
and Bendiug Photograph. 

JAMES McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. 1. 
oc25 1 CHEYENNE. W 



The Manly Art 

OF 

Private Lessons Given In Boxing! 



PROF. TOM McALPENE, 

EX'Chaniplon or the Mlddle-'WelKbt^. 

AT 433 BUSH STREET. 



N. B. -Gentlemen can receive instruction at their 
rooms or residences, if desirable. apl8-tf 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

By the Night or Week, or will make 

satisfactory arrangements with Theatrical Compa. 
nies on sharing terms. For particulars, addreoa 
J. McDANIEL, 

Lock Box No. I, 
CHEYENNE, W. T 



SsJEA. BAXHIISG. 
Long Bridge Swimmins; Baths 

leOT^r OI»lESJST. 

Persons can here enjoy th9 benefits of SEA 
BATHING, without being exposed to chilling winds 
and dang'-ious currents. 

my27-tf A. TRUWORTHY. Manager. 



ROCK SOAP! 

Is better and costs lass than half as 
much as ordinary Suap. 

For Sale by all Drnecists and Grocers. 

VENTURA ROCK SOAP COMPANY, 

mrll-lm CHAB. H. WHEELER, Selling Agent 



FOLSOM-STREET 

Riding Academy, 

AND.,.. 




A PARTB 

With some cjpital, to take a ha!f- 

ROYAL JAPANESE 1 

To Travel Throngh Enr» 

chance for a person who likef. tr 
make money sure and <;uioL Apyl 

Proprietor and Man 

At the Humboldt Hotel. Fifteenth 
Howard and Mitwsion, irora 2 to 4 
afternoon. Princip.als ouly nee<l ap 



YOUR SPI] 

Friends Can be Seen by A 

Seances of the GREATPST MAI 
MEDIUM in the world. 

MRS. C. M. Sh 

SPIRITS MATERIALIZE. SHO' 
FACES IN THE LIGHT, SO AS T 
NIZED. NAMES AND TESTa C 



Honest investigators call and set 
every evening except Monday and T 
residence of MRS. C. M. SAWi 
street near Market. Seances begin 



FOR 



A GOOD 5 CENT 

BEER, ALE OR POET 




sw 

MARKET 8^3 

Wlne«, Liqnorit and Cigars 
anallly. 



ITALIAN MUSICAL \H\ 

....DIRECTED BY.. 

Prof. D.^pet 

Lessona on the Piano and 1 
I80« STOCKTON 8TBEE' 



(^^ OYSTER HQUS 

MARKET STREET ABOV 

The best Oysters, Cbope, Roasts 

the market. Privati^appartmentB foi 

Ladles. Family orders delivered to i 

of extra charge. Open all night. 

fe21-tf A. S. SMITH, 



CLAY-STREET 



RIDINCi ACADEMY, 

839 Clay Street, 
Stockton 



L'ADEMT, <^ 

a-eet, eor. (C^v^ 
:ton. il^ 

This is the most elegant 
and commodiouA Riding ^^=^ 
Academy in the city ; open ^^^^ 
day and evening. Partiou- ^^^^ 
lar attention paid to teaching begiane 

se24 A MARSHALL 



SILVER & FABI 

Designers and Engravers 

532 Clay St., (Sterett'8 PrintI 

BUILDINGS, LETTER-HEADS, M 
SHOW CARDS, PORTRAIT 

Plain, or in a 'Variety o 

fell-ljD 




FIrst.Claiis I»E%TISTRV Tor 

at the NE'W DENTAL ROOMS, at c 
ket and Stockton than an first-class 
in town, Teeth extracted without pi 
of Gas. Office open Sundays. 
fe8-3m COCHRANE k K 



ONE MILLK 

WANTED AT PAR, FOE GO* 
736, 738, 730 and 73 



Advetisers. Take I 

I am distrlbiilinti: €ard8« 

Handbills, etc., on the route between 
ramento — both by the Valiejo and Kt« 
iDclu<ling all way towns, and am pr< 
tribute all kinds of AdvertiKing ma 
routes. Orders solicited. Terms m< 
dress JAMES HAURAHAN. Ameri 
Hotel, SanBome street. N. B.— I can 
mission to the proprietors of the j 
change Hotel and the Publisher of F] 
manner in which I d* their work. 



Palace Opera F 

Corner Mission and New Montgc 

O X3 exa. f or- 'elxo Sfe 



Ladles and Gcntlenirn of 

edged ability desiriog permanent 
Specialty Artists and First-Class Vi 
will plea-'e address or apply, from II 
above, to MATT KBI LY, 6U( 

N. B. Wanted imniediate y. a F 
STAGE MACHINIST and a GOOD 
MASTER. 



DRl'GCIijT AND CDE* 

SOLE AGENT OF 

B^rnrri'c ynonifm £ U. 



:RBA SANTA 

TROCHES 

engthen the Voice and 
Relieve Cough. 

M. SEAEBY. DRUGGIST, 

69 Market St. 

)site Baldirin'B Theatre; also, 
irner Folsom and Fifth Sts. 




'Here, There and Everyrrhere.*' 



EatabUshed 1865 



SAW FRAHOISGO, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, I9I0 



VOL XXI n. 



...FOR / 

STYLISH 

Oot up of tW Him lUtau^ 

CaUu 



ADE'SOPEEA HOUSE 

Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. 

ICK W BERT Lksskr and Manaokr 

'bartlkt't .' ■■ St.ii,-e Man«..'er 



i Week and Unabated Success 

OF THE YOUNG ENGLISH TKAGEDI.\N, 

BO. rtlOlMOZjID 

IN HIS ORIGINAL IMPEUSONATION OF 



INE¥ THl 



Or, The Battle of Agincourt 

HENRY V GEORGE RIGNOLD 

r «;i<isler I brotuers to the | Mr. Frn.sor 

f Kr<irord I King I Mr. Loi-olon 

r Kvfler Incletoilie KIntc J- II. »lii«oii 

r lork Cousin to lUc K»ug Mr. IUtImtI 

Salisbury ".'•«?.'!'''' 

nestinurcland •„••• J'Hkeii 

Wii-^vick "■■• Morley 

tlioport'anteibnry Mr. .Meadows 

ot Kiy 

CainbrldKC 

i-ooi> 

nius (irny 

mas Kriilughani 



rrls... 



....Mr. scyton 
Conspirators against j^^ j-' ftipd 

the King. | '; ;.;;;;.v..Mr. nauon 

■ • • • I Officers in King I ; ; ; ; ■ ; • i, _ 'i^,,' sJiaie 
■■••' Henrys Army | f^ ,|. >v,i„i 



m» I m«. ^ ■■ 

1 ^l^m. »ralleiii 



Soldiers in King Henry's Army | 



Leyton 
L. I'aul 

C'lias. Howf 

«'. Morrill 

ler"' Mr. «oUltliwaitc 

.'.'.'.'.'.. I rorreerly Servants to Falstaff, I C. KuMimehs 

Dh Now Soldiers in King .. Win. SImins 

I Henry's Army. I .lobH .lack 

iservant (o the above Mis* Ceriio ♦irunvllle 

[<l Mr. Mertou 

adorirroiii t'has. VI ;:;*••"• 5?!""'* 

VI Klni: or France ^ *!""• V.*"" 

..the naupUln E. J. Buckley 

r Bui-euudy ^'■'i^PlV""'" 

I Orleans "• "• Snaw 

r Bourl><>n Mr. Kallrstuu 

•h !>ol€llcr Mone. A. Naynard 

istabie ot France ii"'^* •J'lO"" 

res .. 1 T^ V T _j I Mr, Blackburn 

re I French Lords | jlr. Mowbray 

or of Harncnr i ; *"• <'a<low.ny 

ot a French Herald Cba« Fdnionds 

hop of Bourses ll. ■ Hf" «'■•',"•"•" 

s Katherinc... ,. Mws Mary \onne 

luickly (Pistol's wife) a Hostess....^. ■■■■■.■ 

Mrs. Cbas. Edmonds 

..dueen of France Mrs. Sorlon Bush 

r as thorns Miss .*nnie Ilruilu 

.a lady atlcudant upon the Princess RatUertuc 
....^. ^.Mls< A in y Kill oil 

dtome ot ^ceueis, JfcC-vents. Attc, 

Scene 1-The Throne Room. Scene 2-EASTCHEAP, LONDON. 
it the Boars Head. Scene 3- The Beach at Southamptont The En- 
it at Anchor. , ^_ , ,,^ 
—FRANCE. Scene 1— A Room in the Palace of Charles VI. Scene 
jglish Entrenchments at Harfleur. Scene 3 -The Neighborhood of 
I Scene 4- SIEGE OF HARFLEUR ! At the Breach ! Signs of a 
intiict. Scene 5— The French PaUce at Rouen. A View in Picardy. 
I Scene 1— The French Dauphin's Tent near Agincourt. (Night.) 
I the English Line. (Night) 3-The Dauphin's Tent. 4— The En- 
tioB at Agincourt. 5-Part of the Field of. Battle. 6-TABLEAU. 
TTLE OF AGINCOURT. 8— The Plains of Agincourt. 8— After 

^— Scene 1— Reception of King V. into London after the Battle of 

it 

— FR.4.NCE. Scene 1— Interior of the Palace at Troyes. !-A View 
from the Bridge 3-INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AT 
Ceremony of the Espousal of King Henry V to the Princess Katherine 

inee on Saturday Afternoon. 



Or. 
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X 

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Manufact'rs 

of Jewelry 

and Dealers 

inDiamonds 

and 

Silverware, 

fio. 904 

.Market 

Street, 

near 

t'orner 

Stockton 

Watches & 
Jewe